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37th Match, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, 30 April 2017

SRH vs KKR

Kolkata 2nd Inn:161/7 (20)

Chris Woakes* 6 (3);
Bhuvneshwar Kumar* 4-0-29-2; Siddarth Kaul 4-0-26-2;

Last bat: Colin de Grandhomme

Result: Hyderabad won by 48 runs.

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Kolkata Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Sunil Narine c Warner & b Siraj 1 4 0 0 25
Gautam Gambhir(c) c Rashid Khan & b S Kaul 11 11 2 0 100
Robin Uthappa(wk) c Warner & b Siraj 53 28 4 4 189.29
Manish Pandey c & b Bhuvneshwar 39 29 3 0 134.48
Yusuf Pathan c S Kaul & b Rashid Khan 12 13 0 0 92.31
Sheldon Jackson c Rashid Khan & b Bhuvneshwar 16 17 1 0 94.12
Colin de Grandhomme c Rashid Khan & b S Kaul 18 15 1 1 120
Chris Woakes not out 6 3 1 0 200
Nathan Coulter-Nile dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kuldeep Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Umesh Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 4, nb - 0)5
Total(161 for 7 in 20 overs)161 (8.05 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/9 (Sunil Narine, 1.2 ov.) 2/12 (Gautam Gambhir, 2.3 ov.) 3/90 (Manish Pandey, 10.6 ov.)
4/109 (Robin Uthappa, 12.3 ov.) 5/130 (Yusuf Pathan, 15.6 ov.) 6/154 (Sheldon Jackson, 18.6 ov.)
7/161 (Colin de Grandhomme, 19.6 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 29 2 7.25  
Mohammed Siraj 4 0 26 2 6.5  
Siddarth Kaul 4 0 26 2 6.5  
Moises Henriques 3 0 31 0 10.33  
Rashid Khan 4 0 38 1 9.5 (3w)
Bipul Sharma 1 0 10 0 10 (1w)
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) c Gambhir & b C Woakes 126 59 10 8 213.56
Shikhar Dhawan runout (Kuldeep Yadav) 29 30 2 1 96.67
Kane Williamson runout (Uthappa) 40 25 5 0 160
Yuvraj Singh not out 6 6 0 0 100
Moises Henriques dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Naman Ojha(wk) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Bipul Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Rashid Khan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Siddarth Kaul dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohammed Siraj dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 2, w - 6, nb - 0)8
Total(209 for 3 in 20 overs)209 (10.45 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/139 (Shikhar Dhawan, 12.4 ov.) 2/171 (David Warner, 16.2 ov.) 3/209 (Kane Williamson, 20 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Nathan Coulter-Nile 4 0 34 0 8.5 (1w)
Umesh Yadav 4 0 30 0 7.5  
Chris Woakes 4 0 46 1 11.5 (1w)
Yusuf Pathan 1 0 17 0 17  
Sunil Narine 3 0 37 0 12.33 (1w)
Kuldeep Yadav 4 0 43 0 10.75 (3w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Gambhir, FOUR, ends up being a short on the legs of Gambhir, who whips it from there. Through square leg and into the fence. Not quite timed but fetches him a four

4

to Gambhir, FOUR, low full toss and Gambhir cracks it past mid-off to bring his second four of the over. The idea from was to bowl a yorker but could not control it there

W

to Narine, out Caught by Warner!! That will hurt. KOL needed Narine to fire, he does not. Makes room to this short ball and for some odd reason does not go full throttle with the cut. The ball might have held a bit on the pitch, mistimed to the right of Warner at extra cover. Good running catch from the centurion. Narine c Warner b 1(4)

W

Kaul to Gambhir, out Caught by Rahid Khan!! And with that KOL' hope uffer another dent. Good judgement there from the HYD fielder. Thi mitimed pull from Gambhir went high in the air toward mid-wicket. There were at leat three fielder in the vicinity, but they communicated well among themelve and it wa the Afghan pinner who called for it, eventually taking it revere-cupped. Gambhir c Rahid Khan b Kaul 11(11) [4-2]

4

Kaul to Uthappa, FOUR, bit cro-batted but a long a they fetch run. Got acro to thi length delivery and whipped between the man at mid-on and mid-wicket. Bhuvi with a chae there but oon realied it wa only going to be a futile one. Kaul didn't like it one bit. Ha a few word to ay to which Robbie repond

4

to Uthappa, FOUR, that is a sonorous sound off the bat, not for the bowler of course. Is not that full around off, but Uthappa trusts the pace and drives on the up, past cover and into the fence in no time

4

to Uthappa, FOUR, he's played the field there. So aware of the men around him. The slip is wide and the third man is not covering for him. Uses the pace and opens the face of the bat to bisect the keeper and Williamson

4

Kaul to M Pandey, FOUR, and that i what you get for keeping the bat traight. Uncomplicated tuff, hit the on-drive to thi length ball on the up and leave mid-on redundant

4

Kaul to M Pandey, FOUR, majetic! Half-volley thi time but Pandey knew where the field wa, hit the traight drive in the air but pat the bowler. I o traight that long-on doe not tand a chance to hi right

4

to M Pandey, FOUR, not sure how well that was timed but it manages to beat Warner to the fence. Pandey once again backed away in the crease and to his liking got a shortish ball. A cross-batted whip beat the man at mid-on first, before Warner gave up running across from deep mid-wicket

6

Khan to Uthappa, SIX, if one shot could be included in the wikipedia page of 'power', this is it. 101 metres from Uthappa. Slogs across the line and puts a lot of flesh on it to send it over the deep mid-wicket fence. Was hit with the turn, yes a googly it was

6

Khan to Uthappa, SIX, this is the second time Uthappa has slogged across the line off Khan. And like the previous occasion makes good connection again, sending it deep into the stands at deep mid-wicket

4

Khan to Uthappa, FOUR, the previous shot forces Khan to pitch it short and Uthappa makes merry. Goes back and pulls it straight down the ground

W

to M Pandey, out Caught&Bowled!! How good is ? Pandey was walking into a chip-drive through mid-on say, Kumar bowls a cutter and has Pandey prodding at the ball way too early. Result: a chip back down to , who tips it up in the air off his fingertips and then holds onto the rebound like a man who knows what he's doing. M Pandey c and b 39(29) [4s-3]

6

to Uthappa, SIX, goodness gracious. Spots the bowler rolling his fingers across and delays his slog over mid-wicket, bruting the ball way over for a maximum

6

to Uthappa, SIX, that's a half-baked bouncer. At half the pace it should have been, so the shortish length is all too easy to deal with. Uthappa clubs it over cow corner with utter disdain. Gets to his fifty, another one this season

W

to Uthappa, out Caught by Warner!! Caught at long-off. This is a big wicket, make no mistake about that. And brought about by a man coming into the side today. Nicely done. Preempts the fact that Uthappa is going for his shots, bowls it short and wide - taking a leaf out from Bhuvi's last over - and has Uthappa toe-end the forehand slap kinda shot to Warner in the deep. Simplest of catches that; completely undid him with lack of pace. Uthappa c Warner b 53(28) [4s-4 6s-4]

4

Khan to Jackson, FOUR, good shot. Looked pretty. Was bowled full and wide, Jackson had made the room early but inclines his weight across, pinned on his front foot, and smothers the drive through covers. 92 off 36

W

Khan to Y Pathan, out Caught by S Kaul!! Gets a wicket off the last ball of his spell and will finish with 1/38. A ball slightly on the shorter length - has been bowling that all day today - and the length, for once, has Yusuf in a mess. Decides very late to play at it, gives it a good hoick but top-edges it straight - and when I say 'straight', I mean it - to backward point. Game's done. Yawn. Y Pathan c S Kaul b Khan 12(13)

4

to de Grandhomme, FOUR, a certain Kumar yorker that's becoming famous by the day, quite beating his physique. Slightly leg-sidish and Grandhomme gets just enough tickle on this. Through fine leg. Boundary

6

to de Grandhomme, SIX, nah. Drops it short, de Grandhomme looked ready and hammers the pull into the stands. Way over the ropes. Lovely, lovely hit

W

to Jackson, out Caught by Rashid Khan!! Four singles in a row and bam, we have a wicket. Times have changed. Rotating strike is no longer enough. Bhuvi tries his luck with the shorter length again but takes the pace off, which is the reason why Jackson clubs it straight to Rashid at deep mid-wicket. Jackson c Rashid Khan b 16(17) [4s-1]

4

Kaul to Woake, FOUR, ue the width on thi cutter and cleverly teer it wide of backward point. In between the two fielder and get a boundary. KOL will loe by 4 le now

W

Kaul to de Grandhomme, out Caught by Rahid Khan!! Hyderabad make it five in five at home thi eaon. A wicket to end the match, quite fittingly. Dropped low on a length, Colin de Grandhomme wanted a picture-perfect finih but find a teenager at long-off. All done. The table-topper have been tamed. de Grandhomme c Rahid Khan b Kaul 18(15) [4-1 6-1]

4

to Warner, FOUR, overpitches looking for swing, but it's not moving. Warner lofts over the infield, the bat turned in hands, but made good enough contact to clear the man at mid-off. That gets the crowd going, first boundary of the game. 1000 runs for Davey Warner at Uppal

6

Yadav to Warner, SIX, that's jst jst missed the sightscreen. This is a good batting srface to hit throgh the line. Yo can't bowl fll if it's not swinging, Warner bends his knees and gets nder it, smashed over mid-off. First maximm of the night

D

Yadav to Warner, 3 rns, oh dearrrr! Chris Woakes makes a mess of it. Togh chance thogh. So lcky is Davey Warner here. This was a shortish slower ball from mesh, Warner wanted to pll, totally mistimed it, the ball went high in the air over mid-on, Woakes rns back, seems to have misjdged and the ball already elded him. Even a fll length dive wasn't good enogh. Hyderabad will breathe a big sigh of relief

4

to Warner, FOUR, that is class for you! Certainly not all that a bad ball, but Warner's in the mood. Short of a length, just outside off stump, so he had to manufacture a bit of space for himself to be able to cut that ball. He jumps and then backs away slightly to cut it away to the right of backward point

6

to Warner, SIX, the skipper wants to make it big today. Such a lovely shot this. English length from . Sits up nicely, on a good length and on the stumps, this is a batting belter, at least with the new ball, so the bowler's got to be clever. Warner gets inside the line and just picks it up to send it over the long leg boundary

6

to Dhawan, SIX, now then, now then! That was a shot to make a statement. National selectors, please note. How hard did he hit that? Walked slightly across the line, expectedly got the slower ball and muscled that over the mid-wicket boundary. How poor was to opt for a slower ball for the fourth successive time?

4

Pathan to Warner, FOUR, fine leg is inside the ring and Warner gets across the stumps to pull it over the man at 45

4

Pathan to Warner, FOUR, this is poor bowling, but that is what Warner can do! When he is in such a murderous mood, the bowler is afraid to bowl full, it's a short ball again, Warner knew what was coming, went back and cut it awa over cover-point

6

Pathan to Warner, SIX, this has gone all the wa over the mid-wicket boundar. The bowler needs to show a bit of courage here and not just bowl short all the time. Got to fanc his chances too. Warner slogs and the connection is ver good

OT

Pathan to Warner, 2 runs, change of angle and finall a ball in the fuller length, Warner tucks it through mid-wicket, a fumble and the third run was on, but Dhawan was not ball-watching

6

to Warner, SIX, it's a 20-ball fifty for Davey Warner, what entertainment from the Aussie. Greets in grand style. This was the normal offie on the stumps, Warner was early into position for the switch-hit and he sent that over the square third man fence. Raise of the bat to acknowledge all the applause. Joint-fastest fifty by a HYD player in T20 League

4

to Warner, FOUR, he's pierced that gap so well. Shortish and spinning away outside off stump, Warner cuts well and sends it between cover and cover-point. He wants to make the most of this powerplay

4

Yadav to Dhawan, FOUR, different bowler and Dhawan takes him on this time. Not the ideal start from , dropped it way too short, gave Dhawan enough time to camp back and smash it over mid-on

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, the switch-hit again and the backward point boundary is free. Bit of a top-edge from Warner, but the ball escaped. He doesn't want to allow the bowler to settle

OT

Yadav to Warner, 1 run, yes-no, but all is well in the end. The wrong' un from , Warner defends towards backward point and sets off, slight hesitation, but Dhawan was rushing towards the striker's end, the throw should have gone to the bowler

6

Yadav to Warner, SIX, wowww! What a shot. No lapse in concentration even after the break. mesh errs in his length, slightly short in length, Warner mscles the pll hard over mid-wicket and the bat made a sweet sond as it made contact with the ball

6

to Warner, SIX, what a way to bring up the century partnership. NCN went short with this slower delivery, but Warner got the placement right. There was a man at deep mid-wicket and it went at a catchable height, but he hit it to his right

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, have seen him practice those switch-hits in the training, it's coming out so well. Careful Davey, don't let the rule-makers take notice and force a rule change. This is smashed through point

6

Yadav to Warner, SIX, dropped and it's Woakes again. He misjudged one in the second over off Warner, now he's palmed this over the long-off rope. This was an easy catch. Shake of the head. Has already cost the team around 80 runs at least. Shortish and outside off stump, Warner hit that off the back foot, didn't get the distance, but the fielder misjudges the catch

6

Yadav to Warner, SIX, wowww! This is some hitting. Spare a thought for the bowler. bowled a full delivery looking for some spin, Warner gets down on one knee and slogs it over long-on

OT

Yadav to Warner, 2 rns, Davey Warner rshes for the second and there is that Mario jmp from the little man. What a knock. It's a 43-ball 100. The helmet comes off and the arms are aloft in joy. A special effort indeed. He's single-handedly manhandled the visitors. This is an inswinging yorker on the leg stmp, clipped to mid-wicket and he was qick to rsh back for the second. Right then, can he beat Gayle's 175? If he carries on, he certainly can

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, now Dhawan gets a boundary. Short and on the stumps, Dhawan pulls it through mid-wicket and beats the fielder in the deep

W

to Dhawan, out Dhawan Run Out!! End of a 139-run stand. They needed a run-out to break this lethal partnership because nothing was working for KOL. Credit to Kuldeep for having the presence of mind to target the sticks at the bowler's end. This was a short slower delivery on the stumps, Dhawan mistimes the pull uppishly to short fine leg, Warner raced across to get back on strike, Dhawan was late to take off. Kuldeep took his time, took aim and hit the bullseye. Dhawan run out (Kuldeep Yadav) 29(30) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

Yadav to Williamson, FOR, clever shot from Williamson. Spotted that long-off was inside the ring, picked the slower ball, went back and lofted that nicely over the top for a bondary

4

to Warner, FOUR, in the airrr, Pandey dives full length to his right at long-off and gets a hand on it. Excellent effort. Flighted delivery from , Warner smashed it down the ground

4

to Warner, FOUR, he's picking the spots so well. Was cramped for room, backed away and managed to loft it over cover

4

to Warner, FOUR, the carnage continues, flighted delivery down the leg-side, Warner sweeps, past the diving fielder at short fine leg for four

W

to Warner, out Caught by Gambhir!! gets his man after missing those two chances. But take a moment to stand and applaud this man. Great to see many KOL players go up to Warner and congratulate him for his knock. Slower delivery on the stumps, Warner goes for the slog, mistimes it completely, the ball goes high in the air towards cover. Gambhir settles under it, the ball almost pops out of his hands but he manages to hold on. The crowd give their skipper a grand ovation. So Gayle's 175 is safe! Warner c Gambhir b 126(59) [4s-10 6s-8]

4

to Williamson, FOUR, that's lovely placement from Williamson. Another full toss from , Williamson doesn't try to over-hit the ball, lofts the drive over cover and beats sweeper cover

4

to Williamson, FOUR, that movement across the stumps was playing on the bowler's mind, he tried to bowl full and wide outside off stump again, Williamson stays put, lofts handsomely to the right of mid-off

4

to Williamson, FOUR, how did he manage to hit that so well. Good slower ball bouncer, Williamson got into an awkward position to scoop that, went through with that shot and it bounced inside the rope

4

to Williamson, FOUR, cheeky from Kane! Moved right across the stumps and paddled that, didn't middle it, got a bit of an edge, but that was good enough, short fine leg had no chance. 200 up for Hyderabad

D

to Yuvraj, 1 run, dropped, easy chance. NCN almost killed the fielder with that stare. Sheldon Jackson it was. Shortish and on the leg stump, Yuvraj flicks in a whippy manner, Jackson ran to his left slightly and covered the distance nicely, looked like he'd easily catch it but it popped out

W

to Yuvraj, out Williamson Run Out!! 1 run completed. What was Yuvraj Singh doing there? Could have attempted the second run, instead puts his arm up, Kane was halfway down the pitch and had no chance. Didn't take the first run briskly and that is why Yuvi said no. Every run is important in this form of the game. Games are won and lost even by a margin of 1 run. Looked like he never was keen for the second. Yorker on the stumps, Yuvraj flicks into the vacant mid-wicket region, could have been two if he was a little quicker, the bowler had to run all the way to mid-wicket, he did well to fire an accurate throw to the keeper. Williamson run out (/Uthappa) 40(25) [4s-5]

Hyderabad

 David Warner (c) Shikhar Dhawan  Kane Williamson
 Yuvraj Singh  Moises Henriques  Naman Ojha (wk)
 Bipul Sharma  Rashid Khan  Bhuvneshwar Kumar
 Siddarth Kaul  Mohammed Siraj  Ricky Bhui
 Ben Cutting  Abhimanyu Mithun  Mustafizur Rahman
 Barinder Sran  Vijay Shankar  Chris Jordan
 Mohammad Nabi  Eklavya Dwivedi  Pravin Tambe
 Ben Laughlin  Tanmay Agarwal  Deepak Hooda
 Ashish Nehra     
           

Kolkata

 Sunil Narine  Gautam Gambhir (c) Robin Uthappa (wk)
 Manish Pandey  Sheldon Jackson  Yusuf Pathan
 Colin de Grandhomme  Nathan Coulter-Nile  Chris Woakes
 Kuldeep Yadav  Umesh Yadav  Suryakumar Yadav
 Piyush Chawla  Shakib Al Hasan  Chris Lynn
 Ankit Rajpoot  Trent Boult  Darren Bravo
 Rishi Dhawan  Rovman Powell  Ishank Jaggi
 Sayan Ghosh  Ramsingh Sanjay Yadav   
           
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