MI vs SRH Highlights, IPL 2019 Match 51 at Wankhede: Mumbai Indians beat Sunrisers Hyderabad in Super Over, enter playoffs
MI vs SRH As It Happened, IPL 2019: Catch all the highlights from the Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad.
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Highlights: Mumbai Indians prevailed over Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Super Over to qualify for the IPL playoffs in Mumbai on Thursday, the win propelling them to the second position in the pecking order. Opting to bat, Mumbai Indians scored 162 for five in the allotted 20 overs, and then, saw SRH end their innings at the same score. Needing nine to win in the Super Over, Hardik Pandya hammered Rashid Khan for a six over long off in the first ball and then Kieron Pollard took the side home with three balls to spare. Sunrisers Hyderabad had managed 8/2 in the one-over eliminator.
Follow MI vs SRH highlights below -
Mumbai Indians win in Super Over
Hardik Pandya sealed the match when he smashed Rashid Khan for a six off the first ball of the Super Over. Thereafter, Pandya and Pollard scored three runs of the next two balls to help Mumbai qualify for the playoffs.
Ball 4: Bumrah bowls Nabi out
Bumrah bowls Nabi out as Hyderabad manage just eight runs in their Super Over. Mumbai need nine runs to win the match.
Ball 3: Nabi hits a six
Bumrah bowls a short ball and Nabi hits a six over the cow corner region! SRH reach 8/1 in 3 balls.
Ball 2: Guptill takes a single
Guptill takes a single and gives the strike to Nabi.
Ball 1: Pandey run out
Pandey tries to take a suicidal double run in the first ball of the Super Over. He is run out easily!
Pandey ties the match with a six
The Sunrisers Hyderabad needed six runs from the last over and Pandey smacks a six to tie the match. Pollard and Rohit had a lot of advice for Hardik, but he still missed his length. Now, we’ll have a Super Over. Pandey remains unbeaten on 71 runs from 47 balls.
Pandey takes it to the last ball
Pandey takes a couple as the equation reduces to 7 runs from 1 ball.
Nabi hits a six!
Nabi gets hold of a delivery from Hardik and hits a straight six! Can Nabi finish the match for SRH? They need 9 runs from 3 balls to win.
Mumbai in control
The Mumbai Indians bowlers have bowled at good line and lengths and haven’t allowed the Sunrisers Hyderabad to take the match away from them. The visitors need 25 runs from 8 balls to win.
Lucky boundary for Nabi
Nabi inside-edges a delivery from Malinga and the ball races away to the fine-leg boundary. SRH need more of these now.
Pandey scores fifty
Pandey slams Malinga for a boundary and brings up his half-century off 37 balls. Pandey hasn’t given up yet, even though SRH has lost wickets at the other end. They need 48 runs from 24 balls to win.
Hardik Pandya dismisses Abhishek Sharma
Abhishek Sharma nicks a delivery from Hardik Pandya and Quinton de Kock takes a simple catch behind the stumps. The Sunrisers Hyderabad rest their hopes on Manish Pandey and Mohammad Nabi for the rest of the chase. They need 58 runs from 31 balls to win.
Shankar dismissed for 12 runs
Shankar wanted to open his arms, but hits the ball straight to Pollard. He departs for 12 runs as SRH seem to lose their way in this chase. Hyderabad: 98/4 in 13.2 overs.
SRH reach 80/3 in 10 overs
Krunal Pandya concedes just five runs as SRH reach 80/3 in 10 overs. Pandey and Shankar are looking to consolidate the innings after the departure of Williamson. SRH need 83 runs from 60 balls to win.
Williamson departs for three runs
Williamson tries to sweep a delivery from Krunal and the ball hits his thigh pad. The bowler and De Kock go up for an appeal but the umpire declines them. De Kock and Krunal convince Rohit to go for a review and replays show that the ball pitched on line and would have hit the stumps. Huge blow for SRH as Williamson departs for three runs.
SRH rest their hopes on Pandey and Williamson
Pandey and Williamson have managed to keep the run rate stable following the departure of Guptill and Saha. SRH need 98 runs from 78 balls to win.
Guptill departs for 15 runs
Bumrah strikes Guptill’s pads and goes up for an appeal. The umpire raises his finger but Guptill decides to review the decision. Replays show that the ball pitched in line and would have hit the leg stump. The New Zealand batsman goes for 15 runs.
Saha falls to Bumrah
Saha strikes Bumrah for two boundaries, but in the last ball of the fourth over, the wicketkeeper-batsman hits the ball straight to Lewis. SRH: 40/1
Sran misses his line
Sran provides a little bit of width to Saha and the batsman cuts the ball through the backward point region. SRH: 19/0 in 2.3 overs.
Saha starts with a boundary
Saha pounces on a half volley from Sran and sends it to the boundary! The Sunrisers Hyderabad score seven runs from the first over.
Sunrisers Hyderabad restrict Mumbai Indians to 162/5
Krunal Pandya hits a six off Khaleel Ahmed’s bowling in the last over as Mumbai Indians post 162/5. The Sunrisers Hyderabad have bowled brilliantly to restrict the home side to a relatively low score. Let’s see how the SRH batting line-up fares without Warner.
Pollard departs for 10 runs
This is not the finish Mumbai were looking for. Pollard top-edges a delivery from Khaleel and gets out caught for 10 runs in the first ball of the last over.
Bhuvneshwar bowls a decent over
Bhuvneshwar concedes just four runs in the 19th over as Mumbai Indians manage to cross 150 in the 19th over. Can Mumbai get a big finish in the 20th over?
Pollard and De Kock look for a big finish
Pollard and De Kock take 13 runs from Rashid Khan’s over as Mumbai Indians reach 147/4 in 18 overs. They need bigger overs to post a decent total on the track at the Wankhede Stadium.
De Kock scores fifty
De Kock slams a delivery off Thampi for a boundary and brings up his fifty in 48 balls. It hasn’t been a free-flowing innings from the South African today, but he will have to capitalise on this score for a big finish for the Mumbai Indians.
Hardik Pandya departs for 18 runs
Hardik Pandya goes for a big shot and presents a catch to Nabi. The danger man departs for Mumbai Indians! The visitors tottering at 120/4 in 16 overs.
Basil Thampi concedes 16 runs
Thampi concedes two fours and a six as Mumbai Indians take 16 runs from the 14th over. The home side move to 109/3 in 14 overs.
Nabi dismisses Lewis
Lewis goes for a big shot against Nabi and hits the ball straight to Shankar in the deep mid-wicket region. The Mumbai Indians are losing wickets in clusters here. MI: 93/3 in 13 overs.
Suryakumar Yadav departs for 23 runs
Suryakumar takes on Khaleel, but hits the ball straight to Rashid. The Mumbai batsman departs for 23 runs. Mumbai: 91/2 in 12 overs.
De Kock goes big!
De Kock gets hold of a delivery from Khaleel and sends into the stands on the leg-side. Terrific shot! De kock is looking very good in the middle.
Suryakumar lofts Nabi for a six
Suryakumar lofts a delivery off Nabi over cow corner for a six! The Sunrisers Hyderabad bowlers have to be on point today, otherwise Mumbai can steal the match in the first half itself.
Mumbai reach fifty
Suryakumar flicks a delivery off Nabi and takes Mumbai past fifty in 6.4 overs. The number three batsman is looking good in the middle at the moment.
Rohit Sharma departs for 24 runs
Rohit Sharma’s innings comes to an end with a top-edge. The Mumbai skipper misjudges a delivery from Khaleel and presents a catch to Nabi. Rohit departs for 24 runs.
De Kock on song
De Kock is opening his arms now. He strikes a boundary through fine leg and another one through square leg. The Mumbai Indians move to 35/0 in 4 overs.
Rohit slams Khaleel
Rohit Sharma is on song at the moment, he smashes Khaleel for three boundaries in the second over as Mumbai move to 22/0.
Costly misfield by Basil Thampi
Basil Thampi, playing in his first match this season, disappoints in the first over itself. Rohit Sharma tries to run the ball down to third man and Thampi fails to collect the ball. Mumbai get four runs.
Mumbai: Quinton de Kock(w), Rohit Sharma(c), Evin Lewis, Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Barinder Sran, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Lasith Malinga
Hyderabad: Wriddhiman Saha(w), Martin Guptill, Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson(c), Mohammad Nabi, Vijay Shankar, Rashid Khan, Abhishek Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, K Khaleel Ahmed, Basil Thampi
Mumbai Indians win toss and opt to bat first against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Mumbai have gone in this match with same playing XI while SRH have made couple of changes. Skipper Rohit Sharma says during the toss that dew factor has forced them to bat first.
SRH predicted XI
It is not going to be easy for SRH - as only two of their batsmen - Jonny Bairstow and David Warner - feature in the top-20 run-getters of the season. Manish Pandey has shown promising signs and he now has to play the role of a senior player in the side. Captain Kane has to step up and fill the void left by David Warner and the bowlers have to be more than just support cast to Rashid Khan.
Martin Guptill, Wriddhiman Saha(w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson(c), Vijay Shankar, Mohammad Nabi, Abhishek Sharma, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Khaleel Ahmed, Sandeep Sharma
MI predicted XI
Evin Lewis has not looked himself and Barinder Sran was very expensive in his first outing. Mumbai could opt for Beuran Hendricks and then replace Lewis with Yuvraj Singh, who has been cooling his heels for quite a while now.
Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Rahul Chahar, Beuran Hendricks, Jasprit Bumrah, Lasith Malinga
Player battle - De Kock vs Khaleel
With 393 runs and three half-centuries, De Kock has been one of the top performers for Mumbai Indians this season. The Proteas wicket-keeper has contributed a lot towards guiding his team to a comfortable position in the play-offs race and he will not find it easy to play his shots freely against the young fast bowler Khaleel Ahmed. The pacer missed the initial part of the competition due to injury but has made a brilliant return to the Sunrisers Hyderabad side with 11 wickets from six encounters.
Player battle - Pandey vs Bumrah
With two fifties in his latest three matches, Pandey has regained form in the business end of the tournament and it is good news for Sunrisers Hyderabad. On the other hand, Bumrah has struggled to live up to his name as he has proven quite expensive in some matches and has managed to take just 12 wickets in 13 matches. However, this will be a great time for the top-ranked ODI bowler to regain his lost form and if he can get his line and length right, it will tough for Pandey to get going in Mumbai.
Player battle - Williamson vs Malinga
With David Warner and Jonny Bairstow leaving for national team duty, a look of responsibility will fall on the shoulders of SRH skipper Kane Williamson. He has not played many matches in IPL 2019 but has looked in good touch lately. However, against Malinga, it will important for him to play cautiously or he can become the latest victim of the Sri Lanka pacer who has already taken 12 wickets this year.
Player battle - Hardik vs Rashid
Pandya’s 34-ball-91 against Kolkata Knight Riders was one of the best knocks of IPL 2019 for the all-rounder and that will give him a lot of confidence with just two games to go. However, on the other end, Rashid Khan has also enjoyed a brilliant run of form in the ongoing tournament and the fact that he has dismissed Pandya twice in IPL will surely play a major part in their on-field battle.
Player battle - Rohit vs Bhuvneshwar
Rohit Sharma did not enjoy the best of starts to his IPL 2019 campaign but a fifty against Chennai Super Kings proved once again how dangerous he can be at the top of the innings. Bhuvneshwar has also struggled to take wickets at regular intervals and his tally of 8 wickets from 12 matches will not please him ahead of the World Cup 2019. With both being regulars in the Indian cricket team, it will be an interesting battle between bat and ball when these two face off.
MI’s average form at home
MI have won only three of their home games out of the five played so far and do not enjoy the earlier aura of invincibility in familiar surroundings. This will pose a big threat for the three-time champions but the away side will be buoyed by this fact.
SRH’s consistent bowlers
Sandeep Sharma (12 wickets from 11 matches), Khaleel Ahmed (11 from 6) and the experienced Bhuvneshwar Kumar (8 from 12), along with the Afghan spin twins Rashid and Mohammed Nabi, provide quality to the SRH bowling attack.
MI’s steady batting line-up
MI have been well-served by South African Quinton de Kock (393 from 12 matches) and captain Rohit Sharma (307 from 11) at the top. In hard-hitting all-rounder Hardik Pandya (355 from 12) and West Indian powerhouse Kieron Pollard (228 from 12), MI possess two batsmen who routinely take the opposition bowling attack to the cleaners in the last few overs of the innings.
Big boots to fill
David Warner, after scoring a staggering 692 runs from 12 matches, headed home to take part in the national camp ahead of the World Cup, which begins on May 30 in England. The void left by his departure would be felt and in his absence, captain Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, all-rounder Vijay Shankar and comeback man Wriddhiman Saha will have to shoulder the responsibility.
If Mumbai Indians win this clash, they qualify for the play-offs while a victory for Sunrisers Hyderabad will take them level on 14 points with the home side and both will have to wait longer to know their fate.
What’s at stake
The match is important for both sides as a victory will bolster their play-off chances while a defeat would bring them one step closer to the exit door. Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals have already sealed their play-off spots, while the other two slots are yet to be decided.
Hello and welcome
A very warm welcome to the live blog of the Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Both teams are looking to seal a place in the play-offs and a win today will get them closer to that target. Currently, MI are on third position with 14 points from 12 games, while the SRH are in the fourth spot with 12 points from as many matches.