SRH Vs MI: Explosive Innings Of Rahul And Pooran Changed The Course Of The Match Hyderabad Set A Target Of 194 Runs For Mumbai
Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad: Sunrisers Hyderabad is facing Mumbai...
Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad: Sunrisers Hyderabad is facing Mumbai Indians team in the 65th match of IPL 2022 on Tuesday. In this match, Hyderabad has given a target of 194 runs to win Mumbai. At the same time, batting first, Hyderabad scored 193 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Rahul Tripathi scored the highest 76 runs for Hyderabad. He hit 9 fours and three sixes during his innings. Apart from him, Priyam Garg contributed 42 and Pooran contributed 38 runs. For Mumbai Indians, Ramandeep Singh has taken three wickets for 20 runs.
Hyderabad batsmen showed their strength
The start of the Hyderabad team, who came out to bat first, was not very special. Abhishek Sharma, who has been performing well so far this season, got out after making only 9. However, after his dismissal, Priyam Garg and Rahul Tripathi, who were playing their first match this season, took over the team. Together they put up a 78-run partnership for the second wicket. Ramandeep broke this partnership which would have been dangerous. He dismissed Garg for 42 runs. In this innings, he faced 26 balls and hit four fours and two sixes.
Pooran and Rahul played explosive innings
Even after Garg’s dismissal, Rahul Tripathi and Pooran did not let the run rate fall. During this, Tripathi scored another half-century. At the same time, Puran was looking very aggressive in this partnership. Both of them shared a partnership of 76 runs in just 42 balls for the third wicket. During this, Pooran became the victim of Mayank by scoring 38 runs in 22 balls. However, after his dismissal, Rahul Tripathi also could not stay on the pitch for long and became the victim of Ramandeep by scoring 76 runs. Rahul faced 44 balls in his innings. During this he hit 9 fours and three sixes. After Tripathi’s dismissal, Markram also scored 2 runs and got out on Ramandeep’s ball.
After the dismissal of Markram, Sundar and Captain Williamson carried forward the team’s score. Both the players added 18 runs in 12 balls to take the team’s score to 193. However, Sundar became the victim of Bumrah by making 9 on the last ball of the match. At the same time, Captain Kane remained unbeaten on 8 runs. On the basis of useful innings of these two, Hyderabad scored 193 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.
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