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Hyderabad vs Bangalore - 39th Match

Series: Indian T20 League, 2018
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Date & Time: 07 May 2018

Bangalore 141/6 (20 Ovs) RR: 7.05 | Hyderabad won by 5 runs

FULL SCORECARD

Batsman R B 4s 6s
Manan Vohra bowled Sandeep Sharmabowled Sandeep Sharma81000
Parthiv Patel lbw Shakiblbw Shakib201340
Virat Kohli c Y Pathan & b Shakibc Y Pathan & b Shakib393051
AB de Villiers bowled Rashid Khanbowled Rashid Khan5800
Moeen Ali c Saha & b S Kaulc Saha & b S Kaul10720
Mandeep Singh Not OutNot Out212310
Colin de Grandhomme bowled Bhuvneshwarbowled Bhuvneshwar332912
Tim Southee dnbdnb0000
Umesh Yadav dnbdnb0000
Mohammed Siraj dnbdnb0000
Yuzvendra Chahal dnbdnb0000
Extras 5 (b 0, lb 2, w 3, nb 0)
Total 141 (6 Wkts, 20 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
24-1 (Parthiv Patel,2.5), 60-2 (Manan Vohra,7.1), 74-3 (Virat Kohli,9.5), 80-4 (AB de Villiers,10.4), 84-5 (Moeen Ali,11.4), 141-6 (Colin de Grandhomme,19.6),
BowlingO M R WEcon
Sandeep Sharma4 0 20 1 5.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumar4 0 27 1 6.75
Shakib Al Hasan4 0 36 2 9.00
Siddarth Kaul4 0 25 1 6.25
Rashid Khan4 0 31 1 7.75
Alex Hales0 0 0 0 0
Shikhar Dhawan0 0 0 0 0
Kane Williamson0 0 0 0 0
Manish Pandey0 0 0 0 0
Yusuf Pathan0 0 0 0 0
Wriddhiman Saha0 0 0 0 0

commentary

Nobody gets one over the Hyderabad bowling attack. Not Kohli, not de Villiers, and certainly not BLR. Williamson dropped Kohli, Kaul dropped Vohra, and the hosts still came up trumps. Really really good. Whatever your perception about how good they are, you're wrong, they're better. That's all from us. I've been Sagar Chawla, and on behalf of Srivathsa, Hariprasad, Nikhil Jadhav, Pradeep and our scorer Mukesh, it's good night and goodbye!

Williamson, HYD captain and MoM: We're playing on some tough surfaces. We were aiming for 150, and we weren't far away. Our fielding was probably a bit sloppy. Could have operated better. At the same time, good to come away with the win. Some experienced campaigners stepping up at the right time. That last over comes to mind. Bhuvi was world class. They've both done it (Bhuvi and Kaul) extremely well for a long time. It's best we can trying to adapt to the surfaces. We're seeing off-paced deliveries used and then yorkers to break things up. It's having to adapt and doing it as quickly as we can. It was definitely hard work out there. It was a tough surface to get momentum. We had a number of key partnerships to get us a competitive total. I suppose on these surfaces, that's what's important is to get a competitive total. That's what you need. At the moment it's tough going, but as a team, we're getting enough and our bowling unit has been outstanding. Obviously it wasn't our best fielding performance. Guys held their nerves at key moments which went a long way in us scraping across the line. Bat and ball, there are things we certainly want to touch on moving forward as a team.

Bhuvi: (On the tense last over) Wouldn't say I thought a lot about the pressure. Was really focusing on what to do each ball and it paid off. (On his yorker ability) With hard work, it's also smart work. I always focus on execution in the nets. What you practice in the nets well comes off on the park. (On HYD's winning streak) It's all about momentum, last game we won with our batting and most of our games we have won with our bowling. It's a great team effort and we hope it continues.

Virat Kohli - It was a (tough defeat) but that is how the game goes. We deserve to lose this game. We were not good enough on the day. 60-odd runs in the first six overs and than we ended up like that. I don't think we showed enough application. The kind of shots we played, they were not on at that stage. I think we threw it away. I think we let the opposition get back in the game. That has been the story of the season so far. The fielding was up to the mark but I think 10-15 runs less would have been ideal for us. This was a tough wicket (to bat). We should have done a better job with the ball but in the field we were up to the mark. If you have strong characters in the team you can always do well in such a tournament. Hyderabad have quite a few guys in the team - that has been the story of their season. They understand their team and that's why they have been so successful. They understand their strengths, know their limitations. That's been their story and this has been ours. As an all-round team Chennai and Punjab are good. As a bowling team, Hyderabad are the strongest team.

BLR, well, they're all but out of this competition. When Kohli started the way he did, this outcome would've been a distant thought, but once again the batting faltered during clutch times. Poor shot selection, some panic-stricken batsmanship, and some quality bowling choked them up through the middle. So another season, so much promise, and they fall short (from the looks of it). Let's hear more in the presentations.

11.40pm local: Just how good is this Hyderabad bowling attack? Phenomenal stuff there at the death. There can't be better execution of lengths under pressure. De Grandhomme's consecutive sixes off Rashid Khan made BLR favourites to clinch this, but Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Siddarth Kaul gave a masterclass of bowling yorkers, giving away just 19 runs off the final three overs. There was just one boundary scored off those 18 balls, and that too off the toe-edge. Top class.

19.6
0
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, out Bowled!! Sensational bowling from Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Just brilliant. No way anyone's hitting this ball for six. De Grandhomme anticipates the yorker, walks across premeditatedly but he still can do nothing about it. Drags it off the inside edge and leaves his stumps in a mess. Leaves BLR's season in a mess. de Grandhomme b Bhuvneshwar 33(29) [4s-1 6s-2]

Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

19.5
1
Bhuvneshwar to Mandeep, leg byes, 1 run, quick, full and smashing into Mandeep's pad as he swings and misses after charging down the track. De Grandhomme has to send this final ball out of the park now
19.4
1
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, 1 run, huge roar from the crowd. This is champion stuff from Bhuvneshwar. What nerves under pressure. What execution. Another brilliant yorker, de Grandhomme jams it to long-on
19.3
1
Bhuvneshwar to Mandeep, 1 run, walks across to try something different. Paddles the ball straight to short fine leg. They're not getting the boundary
19.2
2
Bhuvneshwar to Mandeep, 2 runs, doesn't quite get it on the money, but it's still a very hard to hit low full toss. Mandeep drives hard to the right of long-on, runs for his life to get two
19.1
1
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, 1 run, what a ball from Bhuvneshwar. Inswinging yorker on middle and leg, de Grandhomme can only jam a single to long-on even after clearing his front leg

BLR need 12 off the final over. They would be all but out if they don't get there. It's Bhuvi to bowl. If this isn't pressure, I don't know what is

18.6
1
S Kaul to de Grandhomme, 1 run, yorker outside off, squeezed to backward point
18.5
1
S Kaul to Mandeep, 1 run, the inside edge saves him. An inswinging full ball on middle and leg, crashes into Mandeep's back pad as he sets up to slog. They'll take the single towards backward point. What an over from Kaul. Brilliant death bowling
18.4
1
S Kaul to de Grandhomme, 1 run, good from Kaul. Another delivery that's pretty full. De Grandhomme clears his front leg to carve it inside-out, but only goes as far as Williamson at extra cover
18.3
1
S Kaul to Mandeep, 1 run, chopped off a thick under-edge towards the keeper. They hare across for the single. Despite Saha's under-arm throw being on target, de Grandhomme is too quick. He was off the blocks early
18.2
2
S Kaul to Mandeep, 2 runs, short and wide, slapped hard by Mandeep. The spin on the ball almost wrong-foots Rashid who ran past the ball and then stretched his left hand out to stop it
18.1
1
S Kaul to de Grandhomme, 1 run, very full, tailing in towards off. De Grandhomme swipes it off the inside half to deep mid-wicket. The length prevented him from getting under it

Siddarth Kaul [3.0-0-18-1] is back into the attack

On the evidence of that over, it won't be easy against Bhuvi in the final one. This is the over. It's Siddarth Kaul. 19 from 12.

17.6
1
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, 1 run, misses the blockhole by quite a bit, offering a shin-high full toss. But de Grandhomme hammers this straight down along the ground to long-on. Just six off the over
17.5
0
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, no run, back of a length delivery outside off, slices it straight to backward point. Came down looking for a single but was sent back
17.4
0
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, no run, goes very very hard in trying to cut the ball again, loses his shape and is beaten
17.3
4
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, FOUR, good yorker from Bhuvneshwar, but he has to watch in agony as de Grandhomme's toe-edge runs away past short third man
17.2
0
Bhuvneshwar to de Grandhomme, no run, back of a length delivery outside off, de Grandhomme flings his hands for a cut but misses. Sneaked under him
17.1
1
Bhuvneshwar to Mandeep, 1 run, back of a length delivery outside off, dabbed to short third man. They get across for the single

Bhuvneshwar Kumar [2.0-0-16-0] is back into the attack

16.6
0
Rashid Khan to de Grandhomme, no run, soft leading edge as he tries working this leg-break through the on-side, rolls back to Rashid, who takes his hat and swings it hard in frustration. Were those the gamechanging sixes?
16.6
1
Rashid Khan to de Grandhomme, wide, googly turning down leg, wided. Now Rashid feeling it
16.5
0
Rashid Khan to de Grandhomme, no run, has de Grandhomme been stumped? Saha looks confident. Smartly bowled wide of off again, makes him reach out for the loft and then turns it past him. But de Grandhomme manages to ground his back foot. The foot did go up for a bit, but then it came down quickly before the bails came off
16.4
0
Rashid Khan to de Grandhomme, no run, beaten! Rashid bowls this leg-break much wider of off, forces de Grandhomme to target the off-side and then beats the edge
16.3
6
Rashid Khan to de Grandhomme, SIX, COLIN DE GRANDHOMME! Back-to-back sixes off Rashid Khan for the New Zealand batsman. Sits on his back knee and wallops the slog-sweep over deep mid-wicket
16.2
6
Rashid Khan to de Grandhomme, SIX, what a blow! He takes this leg-break on and hacks it across the line over mid-wicket. Brute power from Colin de Grandhomme. Hits the cushions on the flush
16.1
1
Rashid Khan to Mandeep, 1 run, he tries reading the ball off the back foot, but Rashid just gives you so little time. This googly slides in rapidly and takes a thick inside edge behind square

Rashid Khan [3.0-0-17-1] is back into the attack

15.6
1
S Kaul to Mandeep, leg byes, 1 run, he's swivelled right through with the pull before the ball even arriving. Excellent change-up again. Short of length, sticks in the pitch and deflects of Mandeep's chest towards point
15.5
1
S Kaul to de Grandhomme, 1 run, pretty full outside off, drilled to Williamson at extra cover. Probably will think that he missed out there

This is tight. Crowd on the edge

15.4
1
S Kaul to Mandeep, 1 run, back of a length on middle and leg, Mandeep nurdles it round the corner
15.3
1
S Kaul to de Grandhomme, 1 run, back of a length delivery outside off, no pace on it, de Grandhomme chops it off the under-edge through point
15.2
1
S Kaul to Mandeep, 1 run, nudges this length ball down to long-on
15.1
1
S Kaul to de Grandhomme, 1 run, full at the stumps, hit flat and hard towards long-on where Pandey comes forward for the catch but then takes a backward step to stop it on the bounce. Slight misjudgement? Maybe. But he did well to stop the boundary

Siddarth Kaul [2.0-0-13-1] is back into the attack

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