IPL 2020, Match 17: Mumbai Indians (MI) vs SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) – Scorecard

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Within the 17th match of the IPL 2020, the defending champions Mumbai Indians (MI) beat SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) by 34 runs at Sharjah Cricket Stadium (Sharjah).

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma determined to bat first after successful the toss and his staff managed the primary innings whole of 208/5 (20 overs). In reply, SRH scored 174/7 (20 overs).

SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) innings

Opener Jonny Bairstow supplied a fast begin however after scoring 25 runs off 15 balls, Trent Boult dismissed him within the fifth over. Then the skipper and one other opener David Warner and Manish Pandey managed the innings as they produced a 60-run partnership for the second wicket.

James Pattinson despatched again Pandey for 30 runs off 19 balls. Later, Kane Williamson (3) and Priyam Garg (8) have been dismissed cheaply by Trent Boult and Krunal Pandya respectively.

Alternatively, Warner accomplished his fifty in 34 balls. Within the essential 16th over, Pattinson dismissed Warner for 60 runs off 44 balls (5 fours and a couple of sixes).

Mumbai Indians, MI vs SRH, Scorecard, SRH
David Warner (Picture Credit score: BCCI/IPL)

Abdul Samad scored 20 runs off 9 balls earlier than Jasprit Bumrah dismissed him within the 19th over. In that over, Bumrah additionally bowled Abhishek Sharma (10 runs).

IPL 2020, Match 17: Mumbai Indians vs SunRisers Hyderabad (MI vs SRH) – Scorecard (2nd innings)

Mumbai Indians, MI vs SRH, Scorecard, SRH

Mumbai Indians, MI vs SRH, Scorecard, SRH

Mumbai Indians (MI) innings

Skipper Rohit Sharma, who performed his 193rd IPL match throughout this afternoon match and have become the joint second-most capped participant in IPL historical past, misplaced his wicket on the fifth ball of the day after scoring simply six runs by means of an over-boundary. Sandeep Sharma acquired that early wicket.

However the different opener Quinton de Kock and Suryakumar Yadav dealt with that necessary powerplay in a greater manner as they arrange the 42 runs partnership for the second wicket. Siddarth Kaul took the wicket of Yadav for 27 runs (18 balls) on the 5.5 overs.

Wicket-keeper batsman De Kock scored 50 runs off 32 balls. He and Ishan Kishan managed the innings as they constructed up the strong 78 runs partnership for the third wicket. Within the 14th over, Rashid Khan broke that partnership after he caught and bowled De Kock, who scored 67 runs off simply 39 balls (four fours and four sixes). Kishan scored 31 runs off 23 balls earlier than Sandeep Sharma dismissed him within the 15th over.

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Quinton de Kock (Picture Credit score: IPL)

Within the late second, Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard shortly constructed up the 41 runs partnership for the fifth wicket. Whereas Hardik scored 28 runs off 19 balls (2 fours and a couple of sixes) earlier than Kaul bowled him, Pollard remained not out on 25 runs off 13 balls (Three sixes).

Krunal Pandya solely confronted the ultimate 4 balls of that innings the place he hit two sixes and two fours to attain 20 not out off solely four balls.

IPL 2020, Match 17: Mumbai Indians vs SunRisers Hyderabad (MI vs SRH) – Scorecard (1st innings)

Mumbai Indians, MI vs SRH, Scorecard, SRH

Mumbai Indians, MI vs SRH, Scorecard, SRH

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