IPL: Hyderabad beat Punjab by 5 runs, Bhuvneshwar Kumar take 5 wickets.


Hyderabad: Something has not been going well for the last two games of IPL season champions Sunrisers Hyderabad. In this case, today’s fight has become very important for him. Actor Preity Zinta’s team from Kings XI Punjab in the 19th match of the IPL 10 being played at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad. The fight continues. Toss Kings XI captain Glenn Maxwell won and decided to field. Chasing the target of 160 runs from Hyderabad, the Punjab team was all out for 154 runs in 20 overs. Thus, he lost the match by 5 runs and completed the hat-trick of defeat. Manan Vohra hit 95 runs (9 fours, 5 sixes) in 50 balls from Punjab but Bhuvneshwar Kumar got caught in the 19th over. Bhuvai has taken 5 wickets. Vohra got a lifeline on 83, when Shikhar Dhawan left the catch.

Punjab got the first blow on the first ball, when Bhuvneshwar Kumar hit Hashim Amla (0) off the pitch. After this Bhuvi got the dangerous Glen Maxwell (10) to lead the team into a strong position. Rashid Khan of Afghanistan gave a great shock to Punjab by boldly bowling David Miller and Riddhiman Saha. Mohammad Nabi took one wicket (Eoin Morgan) in 28 overs with 28 runs.

In the 16th over, Manan Vohra scored 20 runs with two fours and two sixes, while Mohit Sharma scored one run. There are a total of 21 runs in this. Bhuvi dismissed Mohit Sharma (10) in the 17th over, but Shikhar Dhawan left the catch on Vohra’s 83 off the fifth ball. In the 18th over, Vohra put another six on Kaul’s ball. On the first ball of the 19th over, Bhuvi bowled Ciariappa with an eighth blow to Punjab. On the third ball, Bhuvai gave Manan Vohra (95 runs, 50 balls) a big breakthrough after pagadda out. Five runs in this over. In the last over, Punjab needed 11 runs to win. On the first ball of Siddharth Kaul, Sandeep Sharma scored two runs. The next ball became wide

Over 11 to 15 overs: Vohra Fifty
Mohammad Nabi kept on taking wickets in the 11th over when he got the catch of Akshar Patel. There was only one run in it. Rasheed scored four runs in the 12th over. Both of Afghanistan’s bowlers got completely dominated. Vohra hit two fours in the 13th over. Over 13.6: No runs. In the 14th over, Henriks returned to Akshar Patel for seven runs. He spent four runs In the 15th over, Mohit Sharma scored the sixth ball on the first ball to Barindar Saran. Then, on the third ball, Vohra completed Fifty with sixes. Vohra made a chauk and scored a total of 20 runs. After 15 overs Punjab – 104/6

6 to 10 Over: Rashid-Nabi Show
Spinner Rashid Khan, who was quite successful in the sixth over, was put on the attack, but he proved to be expensive. Manan Vohra hit the fourth ball on the fourth ball. Then the sixth on the fifth ball and then the chaos rooted. There are a total of 19 runs in this match. On the seventh over Henriques put in, in which he gave only two runs. The eighth over did Siddharth Kaul. In the ninth over, Mohammad Nabi bowled Eoin Morgan (13) on the first ball and got four runs. In the tenth over, Rashid Khan bowled David Miller (1) first, then Riddhimaan Saha bowled two wickets with a googly. After 10 overs Punjab – 62/5

First 5 overs: Amla-Maxwell returned cheaply
Opening Manan Vohra and Hashim Amla for Kings XI Punjab did and Hyderabad’s first over swing bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar did. Bhuvi gave Hashim Amla (0) a big breakthrough on the first ball of the innings and gave great success. The second over was Barindar Saran. Vohra gave him a four-wicket burst on the first ball. Again, Maxwell made a chaufault and scored nine runs in the over. On the third over, Bhuvai did and made the captain of Maxwell run Punjab. Maxwell (10) played a big shot to make the slow-tossed ball reach the boundary, but did the mis-season and the ball fell into the hands of Warner standing at long-leg. Bowling was changed in the fourth over and the ball was bowled to Siddharth Kaul. Kaul gave five runs. Afghanistan spinner Mohammad Nabi bowled in the fifth over Morgan sent them to the first ball on the mid-on for six sixes. Over 10 runs scored. After 5 overs Punjab – 32/2

Sunrisers Hyderabad, batting first, have scored 159 for 6 in 20 overs. David Warner (70 runs, 53 balls, 7 fours, 2 sixes) remained unbeaten He completed Fifty in 45 balls. This is the fifth consecutive Fifth of David Warner against Punjab. In the last four matches, he scored 52, 59, 81, 58. Hyderabad lost the first wicket to Shikhar Dhawan on 25 runs, second on Henriques (9) and then the third wicket on Yuvraj Singh (0) on the same score, which led the team under pressure. Warner then added 60 runs for the fourth wicket with Naman Ojha. Ojha scored 34 runs (2 fours, 1 six) in 20 balls. Warner again shared a 30-run partnership with Deepak Hooda for the fifth wicket. Hooda scored 12 runs. Akshar Patel and Mohit Sharma took two wickets each from Punjab, while Sandeep Sharma and Cariappa got one wicket each.

Sunrisers Hyderabad complete update of batting

First 5 overs: Dhawan returned soon, Running less – 5.0
For Sunrisers Hyderabad, the opening pair of David Warner and Shikhar Dhawan was done by the regular opening pair, while Sandeep Sharma took over from the Punjab side in the bowling and handed over three runs. The second over Ishant Sharma did and spent six runs. In the third over, Shikhar Dhawan bowled Sandeep Sharma for the first boundary and scored nine runs in the over. In the fourth over, Sunrisers could not make more runs once again on Ishant’s balls. Only three runs involved in the account The pressure of lowering the runway in the fifth over was on Dhawan. He gave the catch to keeper Riddhiman Saha on Mohit Sharma’s ball. Four runs in this over. Hyderabad – 25/1 after 5 overs.

6 to 10 overs: Akshar Patel returned for two consecutive balls, Yuvraj returned
Sunrise’s attempts to increase the run speed seemed to be useless. In the sixth over, there were four runs on Ishant’s balls. Bowling changed in the seventh over. In the over, Warner-Henriques scored a single on the first ball of the KC Cariappa. Then Henriques ran three runs on the third ball. Warner struck the fourth ball on the fourth ball. In this way, 11 runs came in the over, which is the best over till now. Once again in the eighth over did not get the desired run. Mohit gave only two runs. Warner struck six in the ninth over to Warner, but in the tenth over, his team got two big jolts. Spinner Charter Patel already got two wickets in the over. He returned Henriques to nine runs on the first ball and then caught Yuvraj Singh on the next ball as well as keeper Saha. UV had played the first ball After 10 overs Hyderabad – 54/3

11 to 15 overs, 54 runs, Warner caught, rung up
In the 11th over, Cariappa’s first ball was sent by Naman Ojha for the boundary, then Warner also hit the boundary and scored 12 runs in the over. Ojha hit a boundary in the 12th over on spinner Akshar Patel’s ball that was bowled on two consecutive balls in his first over. Over nine runs in the over. In the 13th over, David Warner made Sandeep chonga, but he did not even look in rhythm and missed the strokes. There were 11 runs in it. In the 14th over, only three runs were scored on the first four balls of the letter, while Ojha hit six on the midwicket while batting on the fifth ball. There are a total of 10 runs in this. On the second ball of Ishant in the 15th over, Warner struck the boundary. Ojha ran three runs on the fourth ball. Total 12 runs in over with three single and two extras. After 15 overs Hyderabad – 108/3

16 to 20 overs: Warner’s unbeaten fifty, 51 runs
Casey Cariappa was beaten, but in the 16th over, he got success, when he got 39 runs (20 balls, 2 fours, 1 six) to Naman Ojha in the hands of keeper side. There are seven runs in it. In the 17th over, Warner made a square four off in 45 balls against Punjab in the fifth consecutive FIFTY. Nine runs in this over. 18th over was bowled by Akshar Patel, which included 10 runs. Warner struck the boundary in the 19th over to Warner. On the fourth ball, Deepak Hooda was caught by 12 runs. Then on Warner’s next ball, Warner hit another boundary. Over 10 runs in over Sandeep Sharma and Mohammad Nabi (2) caught out in the 20th over. This was the first match of the Prophet of Afghanistan. On the next ball, Warner made a six. Hyderabad-159/6 in 20 overs

The similarity between these teams is that both of them started with victory and won both the matches before, but in the subsequent two matches, both had to face defeat. In such a situation, nobody wants to let go of this opportunity by hand. The special thing is that a unique hat-trick is also registered in the name of one of these teams. The hat-trick is fixed in this match, it is such that no team would like to make their name. Yes, this hat-trick will be lost, because both teams have lost two or two matches in a row. Both teams will try to return to the track of victory. At the moment, they have 4-4 points, with 2-2 victories in their 4-4 match.

Sunrisers Hyderabad, defeated by the Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders in the last two matches, defeated the Royal Challengers Bangalore and Gujarat Lions. Punjab won the first two matches against the Rising Pune Superjain and Royal Challengers Bangalore, but lost to Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Daredevils in the next two matches. In such a situation, if any team loses, then its name will become hatrick of defeat.

The teams are:
Sunrisers Hyderabad: Shikhar Dhawan, David Warner, Henriques, Yuvraj Singh, Deepak Hooda, Naman Ojha, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rashid Khan, Barinda Saran, Siddharth Kaul, Mohammad Nabi.

Kings XI Punjab: Hashim Amla, Manan Vohra, Riddhiman Saha, Eoin Morgan, Glenn Maxwell, David Miller, Akshar Patel, Casey Cariappa, Mohit Sharma, Ishant Sharma, Sandeep Sharma.