SRH VS RCB, Hyderabad defeated Bangalore by 5 runs here at Rajiv Gandhi international stadium Hyderabad
SRH VS RCB, Hyderabad defeated Bangalore by 5 runs
The 39th match of IPL 2018 is being played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.
In this match, Bangalore captain Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to bowl first. Earlier, batting first, Hyderabad scored 146 runs in 10 overs in 10 overs. Bangalore have to score 147 runs to win. But RCB cannot achieve the target and they made only 141
Bangalore got the first blow as Parthiv Patel. Parthiv, who scored a half-century in the previous match, played 20 balls for 13 balls and Shakib Al Hasan’s lbw was out in the match.
Manan Vohra scored 8 runs and Sandeep Sharma’s ball became clean on the ball. Virat Kohli scored 39 runs in 30 balls and Shakib Al Hasan was caught by Pathan at the hands of Pathan.
AB de Villiers, Rashid Khan clean-ball just five runs. For the first time in the IPL, Moin Ali, who was included in the team, became the victim of Siddharth Kaul by making 10 runs. Ali’s catch caught by Saha.
Hyderabad opener Alex Hales was unable to cope with fast bowler Tim Southee and his ball became clean bowled. Hales scored just 5 runs in 5 balls. The second opener of the team, Shikhar Dhawan’s bat also did not speak against Bangalore. Dhawan scored 13 runs after facing 19 balls.
That fast bowler MO Siraj’s ball was caught by Tim Southee. Manish Pandey, who came to bat at number four, could not even open his hand, that Chahal had trapped him in his trap. Manish Pandey kept his catch Virat in an attempt to stop Chahal’s smoky ball. They just scored 5 runs.
Hyderabad captain Ken Williamson again scored a fine inning for his team, scoring 56 runs in 39 balls. Umesh Yadav got him caught by Mandeep Singh. Shakib Al Hasan played a vital inning for the team and scored 35 runs off 32 balls. Tim Southee was caught by Umesh Yadav on his own ball.
Yusuf Pathan scored 12 runs Siraj was out on the ball. Saha became the bowler on Siraj’s ball by scoring 8 runs. Mo. Siraj returned to the pavilion on just one run. Siddharth Kaul was also run out after scoring a run. Sandeep Sharma opened the account without LBW.
Mo Siraj and Tim Southee took three wickets each while Yuswendra Chahal and Umesh Yadav got one success.