Low-scoring thriller! 🏏💥| Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals | IPL Highlights

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Delhi Capitals held their nerve to beat Mumbai Indians by six wickets in a low-scoring thriller in Chennai in the Indian Premier League.

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