Mumbai Indians survived in IPL by beating Sunrisers Hyderabad by 7 wickets

Mumbai Indians survived in IPL by beating Sunrisers Hyderabad by 7 wickets. Batting first, Hyderabad scored 173 runs for 8 wickets. In reply, Mumbai made 174 for 3 wickets in 17.2 overs. Suryakumar Yadav kept Mumbai’s hopes alive with an unbeaten century.

With a target of 174 runs to win, Mumbai was under pressure. Ishan Kishan (9 from 7 balls), Rohit Sharma (4 from 5 balls) and Naman Dhir (not out from 9 balls) got out one after the other. Suryakumar and Tilak Verma brought Mumbai back into the fight after losing 3 wickets for 31 runs. They tried to put pressure on the Hyderabad bowlers by batting aggressively in the fourth wicket pair. Suryakumar was more aggressive. The five-time IPL champions won mainly by relying on his bat. He played an unbeaten innings of 102 runs off 51 balls. Hit 12 fours and 6 sixes. Tilak also played along with him. An unbeaten innings of 37 runs from 32 balls came from his bat. Hit 6 fours. Their unbroken pair scored 143 runs.

By Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Pat Cummins. He could not win the team despite playing well. Cummins took 1 wicket for 35 runs. Bhubaneswar’s 1 wicket for 22 runs. Hyderabad’s other bowlers, however, could not capitalize.

Earlier Sunrisers Hyderabad could not take advantage of Wankhede’s 22 yards despite batting first. Apart from opener Travis Head, none of Hyderabad’s batsmen scored runs. Captain Cummins brought the team to a fighting position by scoring 35 runs at the end. Mumbai captain Hardik Pandya won the toss and decided to field first. Jashpreet Bumra, Piyush Chawla proved that his decision was not wrong. Hardik himself also spoke well on this day. Mumbai was playing in a tough situation where they would be knocked out of the competition if they lost to Hyderabad. Hardik took 3 wickets for 31 runs. Chawla took 3 wickets for 33 runs. The bowlers kept the team’s hopes alive. Batters will do the rest.

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