Sunrisers Hyderabad was plying its 1st Match without Williamson, won the toss and elected to field first.
What delighted me was D Padikkal the young guy playing his 1st game!!!
He wasn’t looking like that.
In his mind, he was already playing these international bowlers for long.
D Padikka, scored 56 of 42 bowls with 8 fours.
Supporting him was AB de Villiers in the end with quick 51 runs of 30 balls.
By the end of 20th over RCB managed 163 for 5. They fell short of at least 30 runs.
B Kumar, from Sunrisers Hyderabad, went wicketless.
In comes, Sunrisers Hyderabad, losing Warner by 1.4 overs at 18 runs.
JM Bairstow from the other side took the game ahead, blessed with 3 dropped catches.
Went on to score 61 runs, Manish Pandey in the meantime scored 34 of 33.
Sunrisers Hyderabad lost Manish Pandey at the score of 89 and Bairstow at the score of 121 by 15.2 Overs.
After this, there was nothing left in the game.
Team Sunrisers Hyderabad, was left with 28 balls and all that they had to score was 43 runs.
With 8 wickets in hand, it was quite possible.
Sunrisers Hyderabad clearly missed Williamson in the middle order.
Yuzvendra Chahal was Man of the Match from RCB fro taking the wickets of Bairstow + Pandey + V Shankar in his fixed quota of 4 overs by giving away just 18 runs at an economy rate of 4.5o runs per over.
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That’s all from Match 3.
IPL is getting better, and bigger.