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IPL 2016 Match 37: Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Mumbai Indians by 85 runs

Updated: 08 May 2016 20:05 IST - Published: 07 May 2016 23:53 IST
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Right then Hyderabad lead the table, but the result of the next match which is on between Gujarat Lions and Kolkata Knight Riders will change the table again. Hop on to our coverage.
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"I was trying my best. Everybody knows that we have a good bowling attack. The wicket was on the slower side and it was important to pick wickets early. In that bargain, we were prepared to go for runs," says Nehra.
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"Fantastic knock by Dhawan and good knock by Yuvraj. With the good start, 180-190 looked on the cards. Shikhar didn't start the tournament well. We (he and Dhawan) have executed our skills together well at the top. Exceptional job by the old fellow Nehra and good bowling by Bhuvneshwar again," says Warner, the SRH captain.
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ASHISH NEHRA has been adjudged as the MAN OF THE MATCH!
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Rohit Sharma: "They bowled really well and got early wickets. I thought we did not execute our plans with the bat, there was not much in the wicket, we did not apply ourselves properly. We have to forget about this game. WIth the ball, we did pretty alright in the middle overs, but then at the end we gave away too many runs. It was one of those days, nothing went well with both bat and ball, only positive is our fielding."
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Well Mumbai Indians never arrived to chase the total down. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar got Parthiv Patel and then Ashish Nehra took 3 wickets to stall the chase, and then Mumbai never got going. Frequent wickets, stagnated the chase, and then Mustafizur picked 3 wickets to put the shoe firmly on the neck of Mumbai Indians. Massive win for the Sunrisers, who have climbed to number 1 in the points table. For Mumbai, the extended break has not done them any favours and they need to get their act together, and the race for the final four has become a mad scramble now. The game meandered along towards the end, and Sunrisers romped home with a decisive victory. A day to forget for Mumbai, bowled out in 16.2 overs and for them it is back to the drawing board.
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Sums up the proceedings here as SRH beat MI by 85 runs!
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16.3 Sran to Bumrah, OUT. SRH WIN! Length ball outside off, gets a thick edge off the bat of Bumrah, and Naman Ojha takes another one-handed catch.
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16.2 Sran to Bumrah, no run, on the off stump, Bumrah guides it straight to backward point.
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16.1 Sran to Bumrah, no run, yorker on the middle stick, dug out by Bumrah.
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Sran to bowl out! This has been a dominating show by SRH!
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15.6 Bhuvneshwar to Harbhajan, FOUR! Low full toss, he hits it to deep mid wicket for a boundary. Shikhar Dhawan dives full length on the fence, tries to stop the ball, gets a hand to it, but couldn't stop it from going to the fence.
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15.5 Bhuvneshwar to Harbhajan, no run, tries to make room, gets beaten by lack of pace.
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15.5 Bhuvneshwar to Harbhajan, WIDE. Over the head.
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15.4 Bhuvneshwar to Bumrah, 1 run, angling down leg, Bumrah helps it to fine leg.
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15.3 Bhuvneshwar to Harbhajan, 1 run, wider this time, Harbhajan drives it towards deep cover for a single.
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15.2 Bhuvneshwar to Harbhajan, no run, inside edge on the pads.
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15.1 Bhuvneshwar to Harbhajan, no run, back of length on off, Harbhajan drags it to point.
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Bhuvneshwar Kumar to bowl his 3rd over.
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7 runs off that over. SRH can smell victory now.
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14.6 Sran to Bumrah, no run, full ball outside off, Bumrah chases it but makes no contact.
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14.5 Sran to Bumrah, no run, tries to guide it fine again, doesn't make contact.
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14.4 Sran to Bumrah, no run, defends it back to the bowler.
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14.3 Sran to Harbhajan, 1 run, slaps the ball to deep cover for one.