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IPL 2016 : Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Gujarat Lions by 4 wickets

Updated: 27 May 2016 23:51 IST - Published: 27 May 2016 13:27 IST
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So, the Sunrisers Hyderabad will face off Royal Challengers Bangalore in the finals at the Chinnaswamy stadium, Bangalore, on Sunday. Do join us then, as we bring you live coverage of the concluding match of this IPL. Thank you, and Good Night!
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Warner:"It is pretty overwhelming, this. I tried to stay in the middle for a partnership. I knew if one of us would be there, then we could win. Credit goes to Bipul for the way he batted. He has been bowling well and his work ethic is fantastic. It was my turn to take the home this time. There can be a few emotions here and there because of silly errors. We have to come back stronger than the last time we played against RCB. Kohli, what a player he is. If he fails, then there is AB deVilliers. It is all about a gameplan against them."
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DAVID WARNER is the MAN OF THE MATCH.
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Suresh Raina: "They played really well. Warner batted well, this score was defendable. Shivil bowled well in patches. Was an enjoyable campaign, new team and thanks to all the fans and the support staff. Good luck to RCB and SRH. Hodge is a wonderful person, both on and off the person, keeps the dressing room calm."
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It will a battle of the southern states for the IPL crown. SRH will take on RCB on Sunday.
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This chase was always going to be centred around David Warner and boy did he deliver on the big day. Wickets kept tumbling at the other end, he kept his calm all through and took his team through and carried his bat too. Bipul Sharma came out and smoked 3 sixes to ease pressure and Warner got the job done.
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Gujarat tried their best, picked up key wickets but could not get through Warner. Take a bow captain.
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19.2 Praveen to Warner, FOUR, but only a single is counted! SRH WIN! Outside off again, he waits for it and slashes it past the infield, and roars in delight! What a captain's knock that!
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19.1 Praveen to Warner, FOUR! Gets a full ball on the leg stump, backs away and squeezes it past cover. Punches his fist in celebration.
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Only 5 runs needed from the final over.
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18.6 Bravo to Bipul Sharma, SIX! That is a massive strike! Gets underneath a full ball and thwacks it hard and long over long on. That went very high and very deep into the stands.
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18.5 Bravo to Warner, 1 run, slow full toss on the off stump, slashed to deep cover for one.
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18.4 Bravo to Warner, FOUR! Slow outside off again, he comes down and cuts it past point for a crucial boundary. Very poor from Bravo bowling it wide and this time Finch cannot cut that ball. SRH romping home.
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18.3 Bravo to Warner, 2 runs, low full toss outside off, drilled to deep cover where the fielder makes a breathtaking one handed save. Incredible fielding from Finch.
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18.2 Bravo to Warner, 2 runs, slow on the stumps, works it to midwicket and runs hard for two. Brilliant running by Warner.
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18.1 Bravo to Warner, FOUR! Slashes hard at a slow ball outside off, gets a thick edge that goes past short third man. That was slow alright but has plenty of width, slashed hard by Warner.
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Bravo in!
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Bipul Sharma has already played a vital innings. This is a real humdinger. 24 needed from 2 overs.
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17.6 Dhawal to Bipul Sharma, 2 runs, slices a full ball over the point infield to get two valuable runs.
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17.5 Dhawal to Bipul Sharma, SIX! What a shot! Walks across and scoops a low full toss over deep backward square leg. Nonchalant from Bipul. Walks across and then scoops the ball over fine leg. Lovely and Warner is pumped too at the non-strikers end.
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Top bowling from Dhawal, keeping the ball away from the reach of the batsmen.
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17.4 Dhawal to Warner, 1 run, chases a full ball outside off to deep point.
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17.3 Dhawal to Warner, no run, Warner advances down but Dhawal bowls his wide of off stump.
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17.2 Dhawal to Bipul Sharma, 1 run, slices a full ball to third man to give Warner strike.
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17.1 Dhawal to Bipul Sharma, no run, outside off stump, way out of the batsman's reach.