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MI vs SRH Match 55 Results

Results
Match 55, Mumbai, May 06, 2024, Indian Premier League, 2024
Mumbai Indians beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 7 wickets
Sunrisers Hyderabad173/8 (20.0 overs)
Mumbai Indians174/3 (17.2 overs)
1/35 (4)
  • 18th
    16
  • 17th
    11WD11446
  • 16th
    041041
  • 15th
    114401
  • 14th
    1WD100061
  • 13th
    121WD4411
  • 12th
    141411
  • 11th
    224010
  • 10th
    000010
  • 9th
    000400
  • 8th
    400100
  • 7th
    446116
  • 6th
    416140
  • 5th
    W01LB040
  • 4th
    0W0000
  • 3rd
    04B0000
  • 2nd
    5WD044LBW01LB
  • 1st
    44LB1040

Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Commentary

6:11 PM IST Right then, that's all we have from this entertaining game that ebbed and flowed, but it was Mumbai who emerged victorious and are still mathematically alive in the tournament. The 2024 Indian T20 League is off to an exciting start this week, and if the first game is any indication, we are in for a thrilling ride. Next up on Tuesday, the 7th of May, Delhi will square off against Rajasthan at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. Rishabh Pant's squad will be determined to return to winning ways, while Sanju Samson and his team will be eager to reclaim the top spot from Kolkata. The game will commence at 7.30 pm IST (2 pm GMT), but as always, our build-up will begin much sooner. See you then. Cheers!
6:08 PM IST Suryakumar Yadav is the PLAYER OF THE MATCH for his brilliant ton under pressure. He reflects on his performance, highlighting the challenge of fielding and batting for extended periods after a long gap since December 14th. Despite fatigue, he recognized the importance of anchoring the innings after Mumbai lost early wickets. Yadav credits his traditional shot-making, honed through Mumbai's cricketing culture, for his success in navigating the seam movement. He emphasizes maintaining intent throughout his innings, expressing confidence that as the game progressed, he would have accelerated similarly to his performance in this match.
6:04 PM IST The captain of Mumbai, Hardik Pandya says that they want to focus on playing good cricket. Feels that they gave 10-15 runs more but the batting was excellent. Shares that he likes bowling in good areas and see how the wicket behaves. Tells that Piyush Chawla took wickets of batters who can take the game away. Reckons that in T20s, consistency is more important than change-ups. Adds that Chawla was consistent and he was rewarded for it. Mentions that Suryakumar Yadav was unbelievable and feels that more than him getting runs, him putting so much pressure on bowlers results in loose balls. Ends by saying that they are lucky to have Suryakumar in the side.
5:57 PM IST Time for the presentation ceremony...
5:56 PM IST Tilak Varma of Mumbai reflects on their approach, emphasizing the return to basics and playing with a straight bat, especially with Suryakumar Yadav's presence, which kept them competitive. Varma admits being surprised by Yadav's aggressive approach against Jansen, deviating from their planned strategy. He stresses the importance of readiness for diverse pitch conditions. Varma highlights his focus on adapting to different game situations and exploring scoring opportunities. Expressing support for Yadav's century bid, Varma dismisses concerns about Yadav's injury, indicating confidence in his teammate's fitness.
5:56 PM IST Hyderabad's captain, Pat Cummins, reflects on the innings, noting they might be a couple of runs short. He acknowledges the challenging conditions in the initial overs, crediting Sunny's presence for their final score of 170. Despite contemplating the impact of a fast bowler, Cummins maintains uncertainty in T20 cricket outcomes. He highlights SKY's performance, emphasizing its pivotal role in altering the game's dynamics. Looking ahead, Cummins hopes for thrilling moments in future matches, embracing the unpredictable nature of the sport.
5:55 PM IST Earlier in the game, after inserting Hyderabad into bat, the Mumbai bowlers did not get the reward they deserved early on but did well not to allow the explosive Hyderabad opening pair to get away. It was an unusual struggle for Abhishek Sharma, but Travis Head got going as he always does. Head got a couple of reprieves off the bowling of the debutant, Anshul Kamboj, once when he was bowled off a no ball and later when he was dropped. However, he could not make the most of those lives, and Nitish Kumar Reddy perished soon after. Piyush Chawla and Hardik Pandya helped Mumbai dominate the middle phase, picking up three wickets each. Despite reducing Hyderabad to 136-8, Mumbai let them off the hook as Pat Cummins breathed life into his side's innings and took them to 173 with an unbeaten 35-run knock.
5:50 PM IST Having reduced Mumbai to 31-3, Hyderabad had a real shot at taking home those two points and moving out of the mid-table muddle. However, they came up on the wrong side of a Suryakumar Yadav masterclass and just did not have enough runs on the board. Having scored 39 runs off the last three overs of their batting effort to finish with 173, Hyderabad had the momentum with them at the halfway mark. However, they could not translate that into their bowling effort in the first couple of overs as Bhuvshwar Kumar and Marco Jansen failed to control the swing. Jansen, Bhuvneshwar and Pat Cummins soon got into the groove and made the new ball talk to nip out Mumbai's top three inside the Powerplay. They had their tails up at that stage but just could not build on that start with the ball. Moreover, they failed to contain boundaries and slowly Suryakumar Yadav began to take the game away from them. Pat Cummins was left scrambling for a breakthrough but it never came as Suryakumar Yadav remained unbeaten on 102 and handed Hyderabad their 5th defeat of the season.
5:45 PM IST TAKE A BOW, SURYAKUMAR YADAV! Innings of the highest order by one of, if not the best in T20 cricket, and the Mumbai fans, who have endured a tough season, were treated to something really special. With this emphatic win, Mumbai lift themselves off the bottom of the standings. In their pursuit of 173 runs, Mumbai were off to a brisk start as they were helped by the extras bowled by the Hyderabad new ball bowlers. The start soon became a shaky one as their top three were blown away in real quick time. Suryakumar Yadav and Tilak Varma then got together to steady the ship for the hosts. Suryakumar played the aggressor role as he found boundaries with regularity, while Tilak was happy playing the second fiddle. Suryakumar notched up a 30-ball fifty and kept going despite the groin issue. He accelerated from fifty to hundred in just 21 balls and took Mumbai over the line through his second Indian T20 League ton.
End of over 17.27 runs
MI: 174/3CRR: 10.04
Ball
  • 1
  • 6
T Natarajan:3.2-0-31-0
6
17.2

T Natarajan to Suryakumar Yadav, 6 runs

SIX! Suryakumar Yadav finishes off in style and gets his HUNDRED! Full toss outside the line of the off stump and Suryakumar Yadav launches the inside out over the head of long off and the ball goes into the stands. Mumbai win the match and it is a world-class innings from Suryakumar Yadav.

1
17.1

T Natarajan to Tilak Varma, 1 run

Fuller on the stumps. Tilak Varma flicks the ball to deep mid-wicket for a single to get Suryakumar Yadav back on strike as he is batting on 96.

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MI vs SRH Venue Details

Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
PitchBatting friendly
Matches Won
Batting First53 Won (44.92%)
Bowling First64 Won (55.08%)
Temperature, 29.99C, Haze
Humidity - 84%Wind Speed 3.09 meter/sec
  • 170Average 1st Innings
  • 160Average 2nd Innings
  • 70.84%PACEPercentage of wickets takes by pacers
  • 29.16%SPINPercentage of wickets takes by spinners
  • 235-1By Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians Highest Total
  • 67-10By Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders Lowest Total
  • 133* Runs AB de VilliersHighest Individual Score
  • 5/18Harbhajan SinghBest Bowling Figures
Reviews Remaining:MI - 2 of 2, SRH - 1 of 2

Score Statistics

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Match Details

Venue
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Toss
Mumbai Indians, elected to field
Series
Indian Premier League, 2024
Series Period
22 Mar 2024 - 26 May 2024
Match Day
06 May 2024 - D/N (20 - over match)
Umpires
Navdeep Singh (IND), Tapan Sharma (IND) and Jayaraman Madanagopal (IND)
Match Referee
Pankaj Dharmani (IND)
Streaming Platform
JioCinema
Broadcasting Platform
Star Sports