Sunrisers Hyderabad kept on fizzling as spinner Rahul Chahar and pacer Trent Boult drove the Mumbai Indians to a 13 Runs victory in Saturday’s IPL game.
Score 150, Chahar (3/19) took action against the center request, and Bault (3/28) cleaned the tail when SRH took out 137 with over 19.4.
MI, who chose to Wicket, got off to a decent beginning, however, Vijay Shankar and Mujib Ur Rahman each accepting two wickets as SRH halted the race.
Not with standing, Kieron Pollard had the option to raise his MI to 150 out of 5, utilizing 35 Runs 22 Balls. This incorporates two 6s from the last 2 balls.
Pursuing 151 score for each success, Johnny Bairstow got 43 out of 22 to give SRH a simple beginning, and David Warner likewise scored 36 out of 34, yet when the couple got back to the cabin, the center The request has flopped once more. …
Getting back to the top with partner Warner, Bairstow scored 18 Runs from third-put Trent Boult.
Adam Milne was then treated with a similar hatred, giving him two pinnacles and four pinnacles, scoring 19 Runs.
At that point Krunal Pandya won the ball, however, the outcome was something very similar. He scored 13 Runs, Bairstow and Warner scored 6 and 4, separately, and SRH scored 55 Runs with 5 overs.
Bumrah at that point quit any pretense of narrowing, however when SRH came to 57 without loss of strategic maneuver, Warner sent Milne to six.
Chahar at that point crushed Manish Pandey (2), and Hardik’s immediate shot was shorted by Warner, dropping SRH from 91 to 3.
Chahar two fold hit SRH on his last strike and terminated Virat Singh (11) and Abhishek Sharma (2), who played their first match of the period.
Vijay (28/25) crushed Kurnal’s two sixes to continue to pursue the SRH, however, Hardik sent Abdul Samad (7) to press another immediate shot and Vault to drive Rashid away. He kept on losing his partners when he terminated the ideal yorker.
Vijay likewise passed on the following time SRH flopped once more.
Before hand, Rohit Sharma (32/25) and Quinton de Kok (40/39) had 53 Runs in the wake of hitting the choice, yet Vijay (2/19) and Afghan turning team Mujiba ( 2/29) and Rashid Khan (0/1)) Returned the Pavilion to the Match.
Rohit broke Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s record in the competition, driving 4,000 T20 Runs as a captain.
Chris Gayle of Punjab Kings (351) and Royal Challengers Bangalore are third in AB de Villiers (237).
At the point when Rohit and de Kock got into going all out, MI appeared to get extraordinary outcomes.
Be that as it may, when Vijay Shankar prohibited Rohit and Suryakumar Yadav (10) with a two-over, MI immediately tumbled to 71: 2.
MI Captain won Virat Singh in the sixth spot, while Suryakumar was gotten and played in the ninth spot.
With 107 in 3 outs of 16 overs, Pollard hit 1 in the wicket, however, Mujib ur promptly shot Ishan Kishan (12 of 21) and Wicket Keeper Bairstow was mind-boggling. I got it.
Hardik Pandya and Pollard couldn’t make a mark hit when the former one-hit Virat.
Pollard, shot somewhere near Bijay on the nineteenth, completed high and split the last two objectives of Buvneswar Kumar into two sixes.
Rohit: “The bowling team tried hard and realized that it wasn’t easy. It wasn’t going to be easy if bowling was good on this ground. I thought it was. A good score on this course. Both. teams I’ve seen him try to enjoy power play but I think he can fight even better in the middle. All these guys have played a lot of cricket on such a pitch so work at the same time, I don’t want to be too hard on the guys. I think the field is getting slower and slower. The lottery was spinning the ball on 4, 12, or 13. No. Mumbai. The ball was also reversed. Due to the flexibility of the deck, Batman cannot come and throw right away. . I need a batting game, but that’s what happens with all the teams I’ve played here. No. Polly has been doing it for us for years. It’s just about spending time in between. The pitch tonight was really good This is what we are proud of, and there is their swing and their grip. “
Warner: “I don’t know what to do. Two guys settled down, ran away, Johnny walked up to the wicket. Bad move in the middle, if you don’t have two guys in the end you can’t win. The score is very variable and the stick is insufficient. If you have a partnership and you have a boyfriend at the end, you can easily chase the 150. All you need is smart cricket in between.I think our bowler is well suited to this wicket. It is slower than those who are. I have played before. I have to learn from my mistakes and now I’m just a hitter. I have to take responsibility. I have to move. First, put smiles on our faces. Speaking to a physical therapist, Williamson is fine and may have a chance if he’s ready to go, I’m sure not. “
Suryakumar Yadav: He was fine with the bat when he got to bat in the first game. He scored 31 points but hit a club. Yadav then hit 36 56 balls against KKR and saw a sublime touch with the bat. He lately he has been hot.
David Warner: Australia’s first round was the last game against RCB, where he played a great 36 balls at 54 points and picked up the innings until he went out. He would like to get a great score for his team and help them get their first points.
Jasprit Bumrah: He only gave 26 points in the first game, collected 2 wickets, and played a good 4 overs. He cast a good spell in the second game. He is doing well Last season he picked 27 wickets in 15 matches.
Jason Holder: The great West Indian all-rounder won three wickets on his return to the IPL and played brilliantly. His bowling style suits him to the Chennai field, so it must be the bowler’s choice on his side.
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MUMBAI INDIANS INNINGS (20 OVERS MAXIMUM)
|Quinton de Kock †||c sub (J Suchith) b Mujeeb Ur Rahman||40||39||5||0||102.56|
|Rohit Sharma (c)||c Virat Singh b Shankar||32||25||2||2||128.00|
|Suryakumar Yadav||c & b Shankar||10||6||1||1||166.66|
|Ishan Kishan||c †Bairstow b Mujeeb Ur Rahman||12||21||0||0||57.14|
|Kieron Pollard||not out||35||22||1||3||159.09|
|Hardik Pandya||c Virat Singh b Ahmed||7||5||1||0||140.00|
|Krunal Pandya||not out||3||3||0||0||100.00|
|Extras||(lb 6, nb 1, w 4)||11|
|TOTAL||(20 Ov, RR: 7.50)||150/5|
|Did not bat: Adam Milne, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Trent Boult|
|Fall of wickets: 1-55 (Rohit Sharma, 6.3 ov), 2-71 (Suryakumar Yadav, 8.3 ov), 3-98 (Quinton de Kock, 13.5 ov), 4-114 (Ishan Kishan, 16.5 ov), 5-131 (Hardik Pandya, 18.4 ov)|
|Mujeeb Ur Rahman||4||0||29||2||7.25||10||1||2||2||0|
SUNRISERS HYDERABAD INNINGS (TARGET: 151 RUNS FROM 20 OVERS)
|David Warner (c)||run out (HH Pandya)||36||34||2||2||105.88|
|Jonny Bairstow †||hit wicket b KH Pandya||43||22||3||4||195.45|
|Manish Pandey||c Pollard b Chahar||2||7||0||0||28.57|
|Virat Singh||c Yadav b Chahar||11||12||1||0||91.66|
|Vijay Shankar||c Yadav b Bumrah||28||25||0||2||112.00|
|Abhishek Sharma||c Milne b Chahar||2||4||0||0||50.00|
|Abdul Samad||run out (HH Pandya)||7||8||1||0||87.50|
|Rashid Khan||lbw b Boult||0||1||0||0||0.00|
|Bhuvneshwar Kumar||b Boult||1||2||0||0||50.00|
|Mujeeb Ur Rahman||not out||1||1||0||0||100.00|
|Khaleel Ahmed||b Boult||1||2||0||0||50.00|
|Extras||(lb 3, w 2)||5|
|TOTAL||(19.4 Ov, RR: 6.96)||137|
|Fall of wickets: 1-67 (Jonny Bairstow, 7.2 ov), 2-71 (Manish Pandey, 8.6 ov), 3-90 (David Warner, 11.3 ov), 4-102 (Virat Singh, 14.1 ov), 5-104 (Abhishek Sharma, 14.5 ov), 6-129 (Abdul Samad, 17.4 ov), 7-130 (Rashid Khan, 17.6 ov), 8-134 (Vijay Shankar, 18.5 ov), 9-135 (Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 19.1 ov), 10-137 (Khaleel Ahmed, 19.4 ov)|
|MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai|
|Toss||Mumbai Indians, elected to bat first|
|Series||Indian Premier League|
|Player Of The Match||Kieron Pollard|
|Match days||17 April 2021 – night(20-over match)|
|Umpires||Chris Gaffaney Krishnamachari Srinivasan|
|TV Umpire||KN Ananthapadmanabhan|
|Reserve Umpire||Tapan Sharma|
|Match Referee||Sunil Chaturvedi|
|Points||Mumbai Indians 2, Sunrisers Hyderabad 0|
- Mumbai Indians innings
- Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 6.0 (Mandatory – 53 runs, 0 wicket)
- Mumbai Indians: 50 runs in 5.3 overs (34 balls), Extras 6
- 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 34 balls (Q de Kock 16, RG Sharma 28, Ex 6)
- Strategic Timeout: Mumbai Indians – 71/2 in 8.3 overs (Q de Kock 23)
- Mumbai Indians: 100 runs in 14.2 overs (87 balls), Extras 8
- Strategic Timeout: Mumbai Indians – 101/3 in 15.0 overs (Ishan Kishan 9, KA Pollard 2)
- Mumbai Indians: 150 runs in 19.6 overs (121 balls), Extras 11
- Innings Break: Mumbai Indians – 150/5 in 20.0 overs (KA Pollard 35, KH Pandya 3)
- Sunrisers Hyderabad innings
- Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 6.0 (Mandatory – 57 runs, 0 wicket)
- Over 1.1: Review by Mumbai Indians (Bowling), Umpire – CB Gaffaney, Batsman – JM Bairstow (Struck down)
- Sunrisers Hyderabad: 50 runs in 4.4 overs (28 balls), Extras 1
- 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 28 balls (DA Warner 10, JM Bairstow 40, Ex 1)
- Strategic Timeout: Sunrisers Hyderabad – 57/0 in 6.0 overs (DA Warner 15, JM Bairstow 41)
- Sunrisers Hyderabad: 100 runs in 13.4 overs (82 balls), Extras 5
- Strategic Timeout: Sunrisers Hyderabad – 120/5 in 16.0 overs (V Shankar 20, Abdul Samad 1)
- Over 17.6: Review by Sunrisers Hyderabad (Batting), Umpire – CB Gaffaney, Batsman – Rashid Khan (Struck down)