19th Match, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, 17 April 2017

SRH vs KXIP

Punjab 2nd Inn:154/10 (19.4)

Sandeep Sharma 5 (4);
Siddarth Kaul* 3.4-0-26-1; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4-0-19-5;

Last bat: Ishant Sharma

Result: Hyderabad won by 5 runs.

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Punjab Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Hashim Amla lbw Bhuvneshwar 0 1 0 0 0
Manan Vohra lbw Bhuvneshwar 95 50 9 5 190
Glenn Maxwell(c) c Warner & b Bhuvneshwar 10 12 2 0 83.33
Eoin Morgan b Nabi 13 17 0 1 76.47
David Miller b Rashid Khan 1 6 0 0 16.67
Wriddhiman Saha(wk) b Rashid Khan 0 2 0 0 0
Axar Patel c Dhawan & b Henriques 7 12 0 0 58.33
Mohit Sharma c Dhawan & b Bhuvneshwar 10 5 0 1 200
KC Cariappa b Bhuvneshwar 1 5 0 0 20
Ishant Sharma b S Kaul 2 5 0 0 40
Sandeep Sharma not out 5 4 0 0 125
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 4, w - 5, nb - 1)10
Total(154 all out in 19.4 overs)154 (7.83 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/0 (Hashim Amla, 0.1 ov.) 2/16 (Glenn Maxwell, 2.5 ov.) 3/57 (Eoin Morgan, 8.1 ov.)
4/62 (David Miller, 9.4 ov.) 5/62 (Wriddhiman Saha, 9.6 ov.) 6/82 (Axar Patel, 13.4 ov.)
7/127 (Mohit Sharma, 16.2 ov.) 8/144 (KC Cariappa, 18.1 ov.) 9/145 (Manan Vohra, 18.3 ov.)
10/154 (Ishant Sharma, 19.4 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 19 5 4.75  
Barinder Sran 2 0 29 0 14.5 (1w)
Siddarth Kaul 3.4 0 26 1 7.08 (3w)
Mohammad Nabi 4 0 28 1 7  
Rashid Khan 4 0 42 2 10.5 (1w)
Moises Henriques 2 0 6 1 3  
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) not out 70 54 7 2 129.63
Shikhar Dhawan c Saha & b Mohit Sharma 15 15 1 0 100
Moises Henriques st Saha & b Axar 9 16 0 0 56.25
Yuvraj Singh c Saha & b Axar 0 1 0 0 0
Naman Ojha(wk) st Saha & b Cariappa 34 20 2 1 170
Deepak Hooda c Sandeep Sharma & b Mohit Sharma 12 10 1 0 120
Mohammad Nabi c Miller & b Sandeep Sharma 2 3 0 0 66.67
Rashid Khan not out 6 1 0 1 600
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Barinder Sran dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Siddarth Kaul dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 4, w - 6, nb - 0)11
Total(159 for 6 in 20 overs)159 (7.95 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/25 (Shikhar Dhawan, 4.6 ov.) 2/50 (Moises Henriques, 9.1 ov.) 3/50 (Yuvraj Singh, 9.2 ov.)
4/110 (Naman Ojha, 15.3 ov.) 5/140 (Deepak Hooda, 18.4 ov.) 6/146 (Mohammad Nabi, 19.3 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Sandeep Sharma 4 0 35 1 8.75  
Ishant Sharma 4 0 23 0 5.75 (4w)
Mohit Sharma 4 0 25 2 6.25  
KC Cariappa 4 0 38 1 9.5 (1w)
Axar Patel 4 0 33 2 8.25 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
W

to Amla, out Lbw!! That's plumb. Out. Gone. Dead. Amla has played right across a full one and missed it. The ball hurries on to hit low on his pad in front of middle and that's crashing into the stumps. Not a great deal of movement, just a hint of inswing but Amla falters by opting to play across the line first up. Amla lbw b 0(1)

4

to Maxwell, FOUR, four first ball for Maxwell who has promoted himself to No. 3. Full on leg-stump, the ball is ducking in sharply and Maxwell just about gets some bat on it to help it along while yanking his leg away

4

to Vohra, FOUR, lots of width from Sran and Vohra lashes him over cover-point. He had no intentions of keeping it along the ground, which is the way to go when you're going hard at it. Even if an edge is found, it will fly

4

to Maxwell, FOUR, right up under Maxwell's bat and he punches it fiercely over mid-on. A full ball on leg-stump, Maxwell opens his stance up, gets his front leg out of the way and times it nicely

W

to Maxwell, out Caught by Warner!! Bhuvi has done him with the leg-cutter. This is a huge breakthrough for the home side. Really smart bowling. He knows Maxwell's after him so the line is a bit wide of off, the leg-cutter means that there is extra bounce too. Hence, instead of sitting up for Maxwell's heave over mid-on, the ball slices up in the air towards long-off where Warner has no problems in gobbling it up. The skipper's pumped. Maxwell c Warner b 10(12) [4s-2]

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, bowls it short first ball and Morgan is quick to pump him over long-on. Swiftly jumps onto the back foot and thumps a flat pull over the ropes

4

Khan to Vohra, FOUR, spots the googly out of the hand and lofts it over mid-off. The line was a bit too wide of off which was a giveaway too. A good forward stride from Vohra before hitting through the line

6

Khan to Vohra, SIX, oh my goodness, the sound that made! Wow. flights the leg-break up around off, Vohra quickly goes down on the back knee and belts a slog-sweep into the second tier over mid-wicket

4

Khan to Vohra, FOUR, he's nailed that extra-cover drive too. under the pump for the first time this season. A little shimmy down the pitch to get close to the pitch and drills it with the turn

W

to Eoin Morgan, out Bowled!! Snuck through him. slides one on from round the wicket and completely cramps Morgan. Morgan may have initially wanted to cut it away but the ball just skids on rapidly and cleans up middle and leg. Poor shot against someone like who doesn't turn the ball a great deal. Eoin Morgan b 13(17) [6s-1]

W

Khan to Miller, out Bowled!! What a horrible shot that is. It's a leg-break pitching on middle and leg, and Miller is still trying to manufacture a cut through point. The zip from fizzes the ball right through him and knocks over the top of leg-stump. Really poor shot selection. Miller b Khan 1(6)

W

Khan to Saha, out Bowled!! Done him with the googly. Actually, Saha picks this one but he anticipates the ball to come back in a lot more than it does, so he ends up playing inside the line of it. It goes past his outside edge and knocks over off-stump. What a comeback from Khan after being hammered in his first over. Saha b Khan 0(2)

D

to Axar, no run, spills a return catch. Axar hits it straight back at him but it's not coming too fast and the height is pretty comfortable too. He should have taken it

4

to Vohra, FOUR, too many deliveries on the shorter side in this over and Vohra finally gets hold of one. He rocks back and pulls it away wide of long-on

4

to Vohra, FOUR, almost an action replay of the previous shot. An ordinary over from to complete what has been a fine spell. Short again, Vohra belts it in the same place on the field

W

to Axar, out Caught by Dhawan!! Full and wide, Axar throws his hands at it to carve it over extra-cover. The bat turns in his hands and he eventually slices it straight to deep point. PUN are in tatters now. No real firepower to come. Axar c Dhawan b 7(12)

D

to Vohra, 2 runs, more than a dropped catch, that's two runs saved. A fine stretch from Nabi at short third man to get fingertips to the ball. Vohra wanted to ramp this back of length delivery above him, and was so nearly successful

6

to Mohit Sharma, SIX, Mohit Sharma, what a strike! Never mind my comment that they have no real firepower to come. This has been caned over point. Full and wide from Sran, Mohit clatters it away

6

to Vohra, SIX, two sixes in three balls. The required rate is back under 12. Handsome strike from Vohra, crunching the full ball over long-on to bring up his half-century

4

to Vohra, FOUR, what an over this is turning out to be! 18 already with 2 balls to go. He errs in line with this slower ball, gets it full on middle and leg and Vohra whips it wide of deep mid-wicket. The ball sneaks through the fielder as he slides across. Warner isn't happy

4

Khan to Vohra, FOUR, the bowler is under pressure too here. Even someone as confident as . He drops it short, allows Vohra to rock back and he belts it over square leg. Bounces just inside the ropes

6

Khan to Vohra, SIX, short again, this time it's all the way. It might have been a googly, but it's way too short. Vohra nails the pull over long leg

6

Khan to Vohra, SIX, what a stunning hit over long-on. Vohra is playing an absolute blinder here to spring the game back to life. A flighted leg-break on off, Vohra doesn't bother using his feet. Just a stride forward to smash it through the line

4

Khan to Vohra, FOUR, massive over. 21 off it. errs down leg, sits up for Vohra on the hips and he whips it away past short fine leg. He beats deep backward square too

W

to Mohit Sharma, out Caught by Dhawan!! to the rescue for HYD again. He has easily been the bowler of the tournament so far and he has executed under pressure once more. A back of a length leg-cutter which is wide of off, makes Mohit reach out and he slices it up straight to sweeper cover. Mohit Sharma c Dhawan b 10(5) [6s-1]

4

to Vohra, FOUR, Vohra keeps going. He's batting on another planet out there. The timing off his bat, magnificent. This is a full toss in all fairness, Vohra is deep in the crease, he uses the pace and slices it away through point

D

to Vohra, 1 run, put down, put down! Dhawan seemed to have grabbed that for a split second, but no, it's down. Back of a length outside off, Vohra carves it off the back foot but he's hit it very close to sweeper cover. The ball was travelling though and Dhawan can't hang onto it as he was on the move

6

Kaul to Vohra, IX, he' not mi-hit one delivery, not that I can remember. What we're watching i omething very pecial. A length ball wide of off, thi i actually a pretty decent delivery. But Vohra' arc ha widened o humongouly tonight that he' able to fetch it over long-on. Jut over the fielder

W

to Cariappa, out Bowled!! Leg-stump out of the ground. They're checking the front foot, but 's fine. That's insanely good execution of the yorker under pressure. Cariappa gives the charge looking to smack it down the ground but he's really not playing the odds. The ball fizzes under him. Cariappa b 1(5)

W

to Vohra, out Lbw!! Low full toss, and flush on the back pad. Oh what a shame that is for Vohra. He's been absolutely phenomenal on the night, but falls just short of the finishing line. That's absolutely plumb, no question. On the flip side, how good has been?! It's a five-for for him. Vohra lbw b 95(50) [4s-9 6s-5]

W

Kaul to Ihant, out Bowled!! iddarth Kaul ha done it. He ha produced the perfect delivery, a delivery which he'll remember for the ret of hi life. A ripping yorker which goe right through Ihant and hammer the bae of off-tump. Ectay for HYD, agony for PUN. Ihant b Kaul 2(5)

4

Sharma to Dhawan, FOUR, just the ideal sitting up length. Bangs it in but the pitch just doesn't allow the ball to do anything cheeky. Right in the slot and swatted away flat batted through backward square

W

Sharma to Dhawan, out Caught by Saha!! A troubled stay this. And saves him further problems. The peppery bouncer comes out right, half way down the pitch and gaining in altitude even on this sluggish track. Dhawan meanwhile looks to take it on with his swivelling turn in hooking it away. All he manages in the end it a kiss off the glove for a smart Saha to pouch it behind with his fingers venturing upwards. Dhawan c Saha b Sharma 15(15) [4s-1]

4

to Warner, FOUR, nails the reverse. Switches grips, turns around, sits down and creams the broom behind square. A whistler this

6

to Warner, SIX, the usual suspect. To deal with the mystery spin. Warner pre-plans his switch. Gets quickly the other way and fetches this off the middle stick to slog-sweep it away over point

W

to Henriques, out Stumped!! The familiar ploy. The ploy of taking the time-out to get yourself a wicket. Plays itself out yet again tonight. Patel floats it up generously and Henriques looks to unsettle the new man with a charge down and an aimless slog. Misses the line completely and is undone by the sharp turn on offer as well. Saha ain't missing out on these bail-whips. Henriques st Saha b 9(16)

W

to Yuvraj, out Caught by Saha!! Saha yells. Gets no response. Keeps yelling. And the umpire relents. A massive wicket this, and gets himself two in two. Slightly wider this and Yuvraj looks to search for the turn playing a push away from his body. A faint tickle in the end and has the guilty look in his eyes of looking back. Yuvraj c Saha b 0(1)

4

to Naman Ojha, FOUR, sinks on the sweep. Barely gets himself in control of it. The stride doesn't even get close enough to the pitch of the delivery as he top-edges it in the end. Has a boundary to his name with the man charging in from fine leg sacrificing some runs in the quest of looking to take the catch

4

to Warner, FOUR, the usual trick. But conventional this time. Sweeps with all his muscle and his big bat has it in it to almost take it all the way over

OT

to Warner, 2 runs, a calm looking pat through mid-wicket. And pulls his partner back for the second. Makes the dive as well as Maxwell charges in from the mid-wicket fence and misses with the direct hit. Had he hit, Ojha would've been gone

4

to Naman Ojha, FOUR, the line-looser. Ends up with a freebie going down leg and all he does it get some of his swat on it to take it past the keeper. That's all he had to do. A graceful acceptance

4

Sharma to Warner, FOUR, cheeky. Deft too in equal proportion. Moves away, manufactures room and opens his bat face ever so late in guiding it very fine

6

to Naman Ojha, SIX, whoa. Take that. A gallop down the track, inherits the ball right in the slot and just swings the bat all along. A massive swing and lofts it over deep mid-wicket. Several rows inside

4

to Warner, FOUR, a juicy full toss. Had to be dispatched. It sure was. But almost laterally opposite to where he was looking for. Tries punching it through the covers, gets it a lot more of the edge than he would have liked and gets it through the cordon. The half-ton of the stand comes up

W

to Naman Ojha, out Stumped!! Too greedy. Dances down the track in looking to deposit another one of those crowd catchers. smartly fires in the leg-break and darts it wide too. Wide enough for the ball to sneak under the bat on the move. Foxed by the wide angle starting from the corner of the crease. Saha doesn't mind some more work. Naman Ojha st Saha b 34(20) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

Sharma to Warner, FOUR, the loss of radar. Five consecutive half-centuries for Warner against Punjab. Has to be the most difficult one. Certainly the slowest. Gets there with a tuck off his hips in ensuring that it is fine enough for fine leg to cut it off

4

to Deepak Hooda, FOUR, clears the front leg, adopts the line and then reintroduces the ball into the fence. After quite some time. Much needed this for the crowd to find their lost voice back. Sinks and lofts the drive through the line

4

Sharma to Warner, FOUR, moves all around in his crease. Then sits. And turns right handed. meanwhile fires in a low full toss. Only to watch it be slogged through the tiny gap in the cover fortress

W

Sharma to Deepak Hooda, out Caught by Sandeep Sharma!! A compulsive pull brings about the downfall. The ball right at the neck and Hooda cannot resist not throwing his bat at it. Takes his eyes off though and trusts his instincts in executing the hook. The instincts only manage a top edge, a balloon that gains enough elevation but into the palms of Sandeep behind square. Deepak Hooda c Sandeep Sharma b Sharma 12(10) [4s-1]

4

Sharma to Warner, FOUR, a hang on the front foot and keeps his mace flat as he forearms a smash back past the bowler. So typically Warner

W

Sharma to Nabi, out Caught by Miller!! Another short ball. Another top-edge. Another catch. The tried and tested ploy of snaring wickets all day fetches another. persist bending his back and banging it in. More of the kick up on this occasion. Gets too big for Nabi in the end as he throws his bat up in the air and just swishes it cross faced. Off the cue end to deep mid-wicket. Nabi c Miller b Sharma 2(3)

6

Sharma to Warner, SIX, bursts through the hands. Oh Morgan. Such has been the standard set these days that you expect these to be picked out. A low full toss here and Warner reaches out on a knee, almost rolls over in the process too. But imparts the final few breaths of energy in him to loft it over long-off, where Morgan gets his hands up but in the quest of keeping himself inside the rope lets the ball sneak through

6

Sharma to Rashid Khan, SIX, that's how it is done. A banged in sitter and Rashid just stands tall and slogs. Connects right with the middle of his sweet spot and in the only ball he faces gets the ball into the crowds. Over long-on. 159 is what the Hyderabad manage

Hyderabad

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

Punjab

 Manan Vohra  Hashim Amla  Wriddhiman Saha (wk)
 Eoin Morgan  David Miller  Glenn Maxwell (c)
 Axar Patel  Mohit Sharma  KC Cariappa
 Ishant Sharma  Sandeep Sharma  Gurkeerat Singh Mann
 Anureet Singh  Shaun Marsh  Nikhil Naik
 Marcus Stoinis  Armaan Jaffer  Pardeep Sahu
 Swapnil Singh  Matt Henry  Rahul Tewatia
 Martin Guptill  Darren Sammy  Rinku Singh
 T Natarajan  Varun Aaron   
           
IPL 2017 Points Table
TEAM MAT PTS
KKR 09 14
MI 08 12
SRH 09 11
RPS 08 08
GL 08 06
KXIP 08 06
RCB 09 05
DD 07 04
IPL 2017 - Full table
IPL 2017 Points Table
TEAM MAT PTS
KKR 09 14
MI 08 12
SRH 09 11
RPS 08 08
GL 08 06
KXIP 08 06
RCB 09 05
DD 07 04
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