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Indian Premier League, 19th Match: Sunrisers Hyderabad v Mumbai Indians at Hyderabad (Deccan), Apr 6, 2019

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Mumbai Indians 136/7

Sunrisers Hyderabad 96 (17.4/20 ov)

Mumbai Indians won by 40 runs

Batsman R B S.R
Deepak Hooda (rhb) 20 24 83.33
Jonny Bairstow (rhb) 16 10 160.00
Bowller O M R W Econ
Alzarri Joseph (rfm) 3.4 1 12 6 3.27
Rahul Chahar (rfm) 4.0 0 21 2 5.25
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11.42pm Oh boy, what an end to this game. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our stats piece from tonight’s game. A whole bunch of records broken. Before we forget, remember that this was also Mohammad Nabi’s first defeat in the IPL. More double-header cricket coming tomorrow, so don’t forget to have a good night’s sleep. We’ll see you tomorrow at 3PM IST for more IPL action. Till then, on behalf of Ranjith and Debayan, it’s goodnight from all of us. Bye!

11.34pm Time for the presentation.

Alzarri Joseph, the Man of the Match: “It’s a dream start, can’t get better than this. I just wanted to bowl to the plans. When they said I was playing, I decided to keep it simple and back myself. When I got my first wicket, I had a muted celebration since I was focused on the game that we had to win. The boys are really playing well, lot of hard work, so all we need to do is go to the park and show them what we can do.”

Rohit Sharma, the winning captain: “very, very pleased. I thought 136 wasn’t a great batting effort, but we held our nerves, kept them guessing. And we stayed in the game till the last ball. Sensational effort from Alzarri. To come out and play like that, shows what he’s capable of. His confidence in playing CPL has paid off. We didn’t bat well to start with. We kept losing wickets. We knew it wasn’t a 180 pitch because of the rain, so it was a bit sticky. But we knew anything around 140 would be a good score to defend. Because of the quality of our bowling. At the toss I said, we back our bowling to defend any total. We spoke that bulk of Sunrisers’ run has been scored by their top order. So we wanted to exploit that by getting early wickets. Once we got those two wickets, we knew we were in the game thanks to our spinners and seamers. We knew we could get wickets in the middle overs, and that’s what happened. We don’t want to be a team who starts off poorly, we want to win games at the start, because it gets hectic at the back end. Few players will leave at the back-end too, so important to start the tournament well too. We needed characters to step up – today was a perfect day for Pollard. Played a crucial knock in getting us to 136. Alzarri too, but credit to the other bowlers we had as well.”

RAM NARESH MISH: “In Alzarri thing we are forgetting to mention the braveheart Chahar. I see the boy has a big heart. Not afraid to ball whosoever it night be, in front of him.”

Fayiz: “No points to guess that Joseph will dedicate these beautiful figures to his late mom. Mothers are always an inspiration. Love u mom, can’t imagine my life without you.”

11.31pm Stick around for the match presentation. Will Joseph pip Pollard to become the Man of the Match? Surely right.

Harsha : “On par with Bmac’s IPL debut” — wow, that’s some compliment!

Arun Prakash: “Instead of debating on the #4. Can we debate on the captaincy for Team India? I vote for Rohit over Kohli. #IPL2019”

kaju: “Biggest stroke of luck for MI was Malinga being away! Hope they maintain this team.”

AD: “Amazing spell by Joseph, but one thing I can see is that Bumrah helps others take wickets. They try to play him out, putting more pressure on themselves to bat against the next death bowler, and that lead to the late wickets. He bowled beautifully, best debut ever. ”

11.28pm Click here to see the best bowling figures in the history of the IPL.

Rajesh Sanghvi : “At the innings break Rashid correctly said that they gave away 30-35 runs more…. He read the match situation perfectly.”

Arun Prakash: “More than 6/12, what I loved in Alzarri’s spell is he made Bumrah look like a weak bowler

OxTiger10: “Pollard scored 38 off the last two overs after being dropped by Rashid Khan. Mumbai won by 40 runs. SRH lost the match right there.”

Captain cool: “I repeat …Windies the team to watch…… Black horse …..for this coming world cup ”

Prashant: “@Sreshth: it has been already discussed that he would be a Superstar one day after seeing his bowling after losing her mother.”

11.25pm Joseph’s 6-12 is the eighth-best T20 bowling figure of all time. He’s shaking the hands of all the Sunrisers players. Pollard gets congratulated by the Mumbai owner too.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar: “When we dropped Pollard, it cost us. Could’ve been an easy chase had we applied ourselves. We could’ve bowled better at the death, but dropped catches will hurt. Otherwise you can’t restrict a team. Captaining is difficult while bowling, but we have experienced team-mates. Our middle-order couldn’t apply themselves, and we’ll assess that moving into the next game. Today’s wicket wasn’t normal or flat, but it wasn’t a tough chase.”

Vishaal : “Caribbean Calypso at the IPL! First Russell, now Joseph”

Raunak: “The victory margin was exactly what Pollard’s dropped catch cost them”

Daoodkolachi: “T20 means West Indies…”

11.23pm What you’re witnessing is a historic moment in the IPL. Sohail Tanvir’s 6 for 14 was the best figures in the IPL for more than a decade. But that’s been broken today, along with a bunch of other records. Goes without saying that this is the best figures by an IPL debutant too. Alzarri Joseph, remember the name. Meanwhile, this is also Sunrisers’ lower-ever IPL score.

17.4 W Joseph to Kaul and Joseph has the record for best IPL figures! And can you believe it, this has come on his IPL debut. What a superstar. Length ball, wide outside off, and he tries to dab a cut fine. Takes a thick edge, and QdK makes no mistake. Sunrisers are 96 all out, Mumbai win by 40 runs! OUT
S Kaul c †de Kock b Joseph 0 (6m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
17.3 1 Joseph to Sandeep Sharma back of a length, wide outside off, and cut away to point 1 run
17.2 4 Joseph to Sandeep Sharma full on middle, and angling down leg. Sharma flicks fine behind square, and fine leg can’t cut it off FOUR

The best figures in the IPL are Sohail Tanvir’s 6 for 14. Can Joseph get another wicket and wrest that 11-season record away?

17.1 W Joseph to Kumar five for! Full on middle, and Bhuvi walks across the stumps to try and nudge it fine. Bhuvi’s beaten for pace, and the ball has crashed into middle stump. Is that a no-ball? Nope! OUT
B Kumar b Joseph 2 (8m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

Another stat: Top two batsmen for most balls faced without hitting a six in IPL 2019: Manish Pandey 43, Deepak Hooda 35

End of Over No.17 unrisers Hyderabad 91/8 Last Over (2 runs)

Stat alert: Tye’s 5 for 17 is the best figures on IPL debut

16.6 1 Bumrah to Kumar back of a length on middle, and flicked off his hips to fine leg for a single 1 run
16.5 . Bumrah to Kumar length ball on middle, and worked off his hips to the leg side no run

16.4 W Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi sliced, and mid off makes no mistake! Back of a length, cramping the batsman for room, and the attempted leg-side swipe goes flying into the air. Bumrah’s first wicket of the night OUT
Mohammad Nabi c Sharma b Bumrah 11 (28m 14b 0x4 1×6) SR: 78.57
16.3 . Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi play and a miss! Length ball on middle, and the delivery holds it’s line after pitching. Nabi was expecting the ball to come into his body, and therefore misses the attempted flat-batted pull. Through to QdK no run

Chinna: “Alzarri Josephhh!!! Remember the name!! Missing Ian Bishop in the commentary! What an addition this guy is! Sensational pace bowing frm 22 yr old!”

16.2 1 Bumrah to Kumar length ball on middle, and he backs away to dab this fine to third man 1 run
16.1 . Bumrah to Kumar length ball aimed at middle stump. Guided away to point no run

End of Over No.16 unrisers Hyderabad 89/7 Last Over (5 runs)

Baskar: “Calm down. Bhuvi’s got this. After all, he’s a student of MS ;-)”

15.6 1 Joseph to Kumar length ball on leg, and he uncomfortably mistimes to the leg side 1 leg bye
15.5 W Joseph to Rashid Khan no, he can’t! Out first ball. Sharp bouncer on middle, and Rashid takes his eyes off the ball while trying to pull. Gloves the ball into the air, and Joseph races towards the batsman to complete an easy catch. On a hat-trick! OUT
Rashid Khan c & b Joseph 0 (4m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Harry: “Here comes the afg duo.. But with the bat now. ” — yep, they need 49 off 26 balls. Can Rashid redeem himself after the drop in the first innings?

Vivekanand Gavi: “15.3 – It wasn’t bairstow!” — oops, meant QdK of course. Sorry for that!

Fatin Ishraq: “This is when you’d wish you had someone like Williamson or Shakib waiting in the dugout to come in next”

Rana: “It doesn’t look good for SRH. Take away their best batsmen, send them away for international duties and what you’re left with is a very unpromising batting line-up. And all of this we’ll see towards the business end of the tournament. They better build a strong middle order fast. ”

15.4 W Joseph to Hooda shatters the stumps! Full and straight, and Hooda tries to clear long on. Inside-edged onto middle stump and Joseph stands tall to soak in the applause. What a debut for the youngster. Timeout OUT
DJ Hooda b Joseph 20 (20m 24b 1×4 0x6) SR: 83.33
15.4 1 Joseph to Hooda full toss on leg stump, but going down the leg side again. Gotta reload, but Hooda’s disappointed not getting any bat on it 1 wide
15.3 1 Joseph to Mohammad Nabi slower ball, offcutter wide outside off but inside the tramlines. He tries to muscle an inside-out drive over cover, but can’t get bat on ball. De Kock fumbles too, and that allows the batsmen to pinch a run 1 bye
15.2 1 Joseph to Hooda full on off, and he swings across the line. Mistimed to midwicket, but they’re off for the single. Chance of a run-out at the batsman’s end, but he can’t get the direct hit 1 run
15.2 1 Joseph to Hooda full on middle, but angling down the leg side. Hooda looks to swipe it over fine leg, but can’t connect. Hyderabad will take the extra run though 1 wide
15.1 . Joseph to Hooda yorker wide outside off, and it’s even the slower ball. Batsman stretches outwards to reach at it, but can’t connect no run

Joseph.

End of Over No.15 unrisers Hyderabad 84/5 Last Over (8 runs)

Dhaivat: “This is why rohit is a better captain than virat. Superb management of available resources. And consistent and better team selections.”

14.6 6 Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi flat-batted over long off! Ridiculous from Nabi. Back of a length, wide outside off, but Nabi backs away and muscles an uppish tennis-bat shot for six. Mid-off was inside the circle, so fairly calculated from the Afghanistan allrounder SIX

Dave: “Let’s see if Nabi can keep his unbeaten record in IPL ”

14.5 . Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi short of length, outside off, looks to pull. But mistimed to short midwicket no run
14.4 . Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi back of a length on middle, and following the batsman. Soars over Nabi’s shoulders no run
14.3 1 Bumrah to Hooda full on leg, and he opens the bat’s face to drive. Struck well, but straight to Rohit at cover 1 run

From Debayan Sen: For comparison, after 15 overs, Mumbai were 75/3. Importantly Pollard played bulk of the remaining five overs

14.2 1 Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi length ball, wide outside off, and Nabi makes some extra room. Cuts it over point, but there’s a sweeper-fielder riding the offisde boundary 1 run

Forecaster: Hyderabad have a 29.72% chance of winning the game. Mumbai clear favourites

14.1 . Bumrah to Mohammad Nabi length ball angling into leg stump, and he opens the bat’s face to play towards point. Can’t find the gap no run

Bumrah.

End of Over No.14 unrisers Hyderabad 76/5 Last Over (3 runs)

13.6 . Chahar to Hooda length ball, wide outside off, and turning further away. Shapes up to cut, but misses no run

From Gaurav Sundararaman: This was the fixture in Wankhede last season where Hyderabad defended a low score to beat MI. MI would want to win this one.

13.5 1 Chahar to Mohammad Nabi tossed up on middle, and worked away to the leg side 1 run
13.4 1 Chahar to Hooda driven to long off 1 run
13.3 1 Chahar to Mohammad Nabi full, outside off stump, and the googly spins inwards. He caresses a drive through the covers on this occasion 1 run

Shrikanth: “Looks ominous for MI..Bumrah has 3 overs and Joseph has 2 overs..Come on SRH!”

13.2 . Chahar to Mohammad Nabi length ball on middle, and cramping him for room. Worked off his hips to the leg side no run
13.1 . Chahar to Mohammad Nabi play and a miss! Full outside off, and turning away sharply. Goes down on one knee to slog sweep but misses no run

Score Cards

  • AS Joseph 3.4-1-12-6
    v Batsman Dot 4 6 R B SR
    DA Warner bowled 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    V Shankar caught 3 0 0 0 3 0.00
    MK Pandey 5 0 0 3 7 42.85
    DJ Hooda bowled 2 0 0 2 4 50.00
    Mohammad Nabi 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    Rashid Khan caught 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    B Kumar bowled 2 0 0 0 2 0.00
    S Kaul caught 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    Sandeep Sharma 0 1 0 5 2 250.00
  • Batting R B 4 6
    DA Warner bowled 15 13 2 0
    JM Bairstow caught 16 10 3 0
    V Shankar caught 5 10 1 0
    MK Pandey caught 16 21 0 0
    DJ Hooda bowled 20 24 1 0
    YK Pathan caught 0 4 0 0
    Mohammad Nabi caught 11 14 0 1
    Rashid Khan caught 0 1 0 0
    B Kumar bowled 2 6 0 0
    S Kaul caught wk 0 1 0 0
    Sandeep Sharma not out 5 2 1 0
    Extras (b 1, lb 2, w 3) 6
    Total (all out; 17.4 ovs) 96
  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    JP Behrendorff 4 0 28 1 7.00
    JJ Bumrah 3 0 16 1 5.33
    RD Chahar 4 0 21 2 5.25 (1w)
    AS Joseph 3.4 1 12 6 3.27 (2w)
    KH Pandya 2 0 9 0 4.50
    HH Pandya 1 0 7 0 7.00
  • Partnerships
    Wkt Runs Players
    1st 33 JM Bairstow 16 DA Warner 15
    2nd 0 DA Warner 0 V Shankar 0
    3rd 9 V Shankar 5 MK Pandey 4
    4th 19 MK Pandey 12 DJ Hooda 7
    5th 1 YK Pathan 0 DJ Hooda 1
    6th 26 DJ Hooda 12 Mohammad Nabi 11
    7th 0 Rashid Khan 0 Mohammad Nabi 0
    8th 2 Mohammad Nabi 0 B Kumar 1
    9th 1 B Kumar 1 S Kaul 0
    10th 5 S Kaul 0 Sandeep Sharma 5
  • Score Cards

  • AS Joseph 3.4-1-12-6
    v Batsman Dot 4 6 R B SR
    DA Warner bowled 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    V Shankar caught 3 0 0 0 3 0.00
    MK Pandey 5 0 0 3 7 42.85
    DJ Hooda bowled 2 0 0 2 4 50.00
    Mohammad Nabi 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    Rashid Khan caught 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    B Kumar bowled 2 0 0 0 2 0.00
    S Kaul caught 1 0 0 0 1 0.00
    Sandeep Sharma 0 1 0 5 2 250.00
  • Batting R B 4 6
    DA Warner bowled 15 13 2 0
    JM Bairstow caught 16 10 3 0
    V Shankar caught 5 10 1 0
    MK Pandey caught 16 21 0 0
    DJ Hooda bowled 20 24 1 0
    YK Pathan caught 0 4 0 0
    Mohammad Nabi caught 11 14 0 1
    Rashid Khan caught 0 1 0 0
    B Kumar bowled 2 6 0 0
    S Kaul caught wk 0 1 0 0
    Sandeep Sharma not out 5 2 1 0
    Extras (b 1, lb 2, w 3) 6
    Total (all out; 17.4 ovs) 96
  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    JP Behrendorff 4 0 28 1 7.00
    JJ Bumrah 3 0 16 1 5.33
    RD Chahar 4 0 21 2 5.25 (1w)
    AS Joseph 3.4 1 12 6 3.27 (2w)
    KH Pandya 2 0 9 0 4.50
    HH Pandya 1 0 7 0 7.00
  • Partnerships
    Wkt Runs Players
    1st 33 JM Bairstow 16 DA Warner 15
    2nd 0 DA Warner 0 V Shankar 0
    3rd 9 V Shankar 5 MK Pandey 4
    4th 19 MK Pandey 12 DJ Hooda 7
    5th 1 YK Pathan 0 DJ Hooda 1
    6th 26 DJ Hooda 12 Mohammad Nabi 11
    7th 0 Rashid Khan 0 Mohammad Nabi 0
    8th 2 Mohammad Nabi 0 B Kumar 1
    9th 1 B Kumar 1 S Kaul 0
    10th 5 S Kaul 0 Sandeep Sharma 5
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    Summary

    Sports Event
    19th Match Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians

    Location

    Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad,
    Hyderabad,Hyderabad (Deccan),INDIA
    Starting on
    Apr 6, 2019
    Ending on
    Apr 6, 2019
    Description
    Indian Premier League, 19th Match: Sunrisers Hyderabad v Mumbai Indians at Hyderabad (Deccan), Apr 6, 2019.

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