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IPL 2016: Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Mumbai Indians by 7 wickets.

Updated: 18 April 2016 23:32 IST - Published: 17 April 2016 23:43 IST
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So, that pretty much rounds up tonight's encounter between the Mumbai Indians and the Sunrisers Hyderabad. The IPL caravan now moves to Mohali where the Kings XI Punjab, fresh off their first win of the tournament take on an in from Kolkata Knight Riders tomorrow at 20:00 hrs (IST). Sportskeeda's live coverage for that game begins at 18:30 hrs (IST). We hope to have your company for that as well!
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"I asked the bowlers to execute their skills and have confidence in their abilities, and they did exactly that. The ball actually swung for 20 overs. The bowlers to come back and restrict them to that total was fantastic. We just wanted to do well today and wanted to take it deep. We've got a tremendous support for us, even the other day during the day match they came and supported us. So, a big thank you to them too," says David Warner, the winning captain.
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David Warner has been adjudged as the Man of the Match for his match-winning innings of 90* off just 59 balls!
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Sunrisers are now the 6th placed team on the points table with their 2 points from 3 games, while Mumbai slipped down to the 7th pace after their 3rd loss from 4 games.
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"When you have that sort of score you expect bowlers to do the job for you, but you can't expect a lot for them. We didn't do well as a batting unit. We need to regroup for future games. No one has been able to score big runs, and that has been the thing that has put us back. I don't want to press the panic button too early and I just hope that the batting unit comes along. Southee was superb with the ball. He came out and got early wickets, but 140 was just not enough," says Rohit Sharma, the captain of the Mumbai Indians.
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What a batting performance by Warner. He started off slowly, but gradually picked up the momentum and unleashed his fury towards the end of the innings. He finishes unbeaten on 90 off 59 with 7 fours and 4 sixes!
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17.3 McClenaghan to David Warner, SIX! SRH WIN! Short ball from outside off, and Warner slaps it like a tennis shot over deep square leg for a huge six to finish things off and give his side the first win of the IPL 2016!
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17.2 McClenaghan to David Warner, no run, full toss outside off, slapped towards mid-off.
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17.1 McClenaghan to David Warner, SIX! Slower short ball, Warner comes down and slaps it over long off for a six! What an incredible hit! All power there, mid-off was up and hence the short ball, Warner steps back and then flat bats that over the boundary. And the ball has gone into the drain. It has been hit very bad today and does not want to come out.
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3 overs to go, 10 runs needed. Take a bow David Warner. All about leading from the front.
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16.6 Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, no run, slower short ball, Hooda tries to play the upper cut, but misses.
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16.5 Bumrah to David Warner, 1 run, another yorker outside off, dug out towards long-off for a single.
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16.4 Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, a yorker outside off, guided towards deep point for a single.
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16.3 Bumrah to Deepak Hooda, 2 runs, angled on the pads, flicked towards deep fine leg for a couple of runs.
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16.2 Bumrah to David Warner, 1 run, another slower one, guided towards third man for a single.
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16.1 Bumrah to David Warner, SIX! Slower length ball, and Warner smashes it straight over long on. Length ball and Warner opens up and smashes the ball clean over long on. Sublime, brutal and match-winning.
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Bumrah!
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Timeout. Can Mumbai come up with a miracle. Hyderabad will have to lose it from here.
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15.6 Pandya to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, full and wide of off stump, played towards deep third man for a couple of runs.
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15.5 Pandya to David Warner, 1 run, Warner back away, Hardik Pandya follows him by bowling outside leg, driven towards long off for a single.
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15.4 Pandya to Deepak Hooda, 1 run, on a length outside off, dabbed towards deep cover for a single.
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15.3 Pandya to Deepak Hooda, FOUR! Another short ball, pulled away by rolling his hands over the ball towards deep mid-wicket for a four! He keeps banging the ball in and keeps disappearing. This is very poor from Hardik Pandya. He is not learning.
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Fine leg goes back to the boundary.
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15.2 Pandya to Deepak Hooda, FOUR! Short ball again, and Deepak Hooda plays an upper cut over the keeper's head for four!
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15.1 Pandya to Deepak Hooda, 2 runs, wide outside off and full, guided towards the third man for a couple of runs.