IPL 2021: Rahul Chahar-Bolt's deadly bowling, Mumbai beat Hyderabad By 13 Runs - Newztezz Online


Saturday, April 17, 2021

IPL 2021: Rahul Chahar-Bolt's deadly bowling, Mumbai beat Hyderabad By 13 Runs

Five-time champions Mumbai Indians have won their second consecutive match in IPL 2021. 
In the match played in Chennai, this team defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs. Chasing the target of 151 runs, the team headed by David Warner was reduced to 137 runs. For him, Johnny Bairstow scored the most 43 runs. Mumbai bowling heroes were Rahul Chahar and Trent Boult. Both took three wickets. Mumbai had scored 150 runs for five wickets while batting first. Hyderabad has lost their third consecutive match this season. Now he is in the bottom in the points table. At the same time, Mumbai's team has reached the top with its second consecutive win.

Hyderabad started the innings with a bang. David Warner (36) and Johnny Bairstow (43) added 67 runs for the first wicket. Bairstow was the most aggressive of the two. He plundered 18 runs off the balls of Trent Boult in the third over of the innings. During this, he hit three fours and a six. Then Adam Milne hit two consecutive sixes. With this, Hyderabad finished the powerplay by 57 runs without loss. But unfortunately, Bairstow was out on the ball of Krunal Pandya. He hit three fours and four sixes in his innings.

Hyderabad lost three wickets in 14 runs

Manish Pandey, who came after him, again disappointed. He became the victim of Rahul Chahar by scoring two runs in seven balls. David Warner led the innings with Virat Singh, playing a debut match. During this time, he was runout in an attempt to take a suicide run. He scored 36 runs off 34 balls with two fours and two sixes. After some time, Virat (11) and Abhishek Sharma (2) were also caught by Rahul Chahar in his spin. With this, the team's score was 104 runs for five wickets. Hyderabad lost three wickets in 14 runs.

This was how Mumbai's innings was

Earlier, after Rohit Sharma's best start, Mumbai Indians scored a challenging score of 150 for five on the back of an aggressive innings by Karen Pollard in the last over. Rohit gave the team an aggressive start by sharing 55 runs for the first wicket with Quinton Dickock. Vijay Shankar, who came for bowling in the seventh over, gave the Sunrisers the first success by taking Rohit's wicket. Rohit hit two fours and an equal number of sixes in a 25-ball 32-run innings. In the next over of Shankar, Suryakumar Yadav hit a six but on the very next ball he caught the bowler.

After this, Sunrisers bowlers did not allow Dickock and Ishan Kishan to play openly. Meanwhile, in Shankar's third over, Rashid Khan dripped a difficult catch of Dickock on the deep backward square. Dickock, who was trying to speed up the run rate, however was caught out on the ball in the 14th over by Mujib Rahman. He scored 40 runs in 39 balls with the help of five fours.

Pollard finally rocked

Mumbai's team was able to hit only one four in the ninth to 16th over but Pollard hit a 105-meter long skyscraper six off Mujib's first ball in the 17th over. This was the longest six of the current season. It was the first boundary for Mumbai after 26 balls. In the same over, however, Ishan Kishan was caught by wicketkeeper Johnny Bairstow. He could score only 12 runs in a 21-ball innings.

Pollard hit a six off the last two balls of Bhuvneshwar Kumar's innings to bring the team's score to 150 runs. He scored an unbeaten 35 in 22-ball innings with the help of three sixes and a four. Sunrisers Hyderabad, who have lost two consecutive matches, made four changes in this match and reposed confidence on young players like Virat Singh, Abhishek Sharma, Khalil Ahmed and Mujib ur Rehman.

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