Coming in to bat at No. 3, Krunal smashed his maiden IPL half-century to guide the defending champions to massive 206/4 in 20 overs.
In reply, Delhi lost wickets at regular intervals as they were bundled out for 126 in 19.1 overs. Jasprit Bumrah (3-13) and Krunal (2-15) were the pick of the bowlers for Mumbai.
Hard-hitting left-hander Krunal was on Sunday promoted up the order at No.3 to keep the run flow going. And, Pandya did not disappoint his team. He played his natural game, striking a couple of boundaries and sixes to help the team keep a healthy run-rate.
Pandya shared an impressive 96-run partnership for the second wicket with Martin Guptill.
During his maiden IPL half-century, the left-handed batsman struck seven boundaries and six sixes.
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