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IPL 2018, Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, highlights: SRH beat MI by 31 runs

Get highlights of Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad IPL 2018 Twenty20 here. SRH beat MI by 31 runs in a low-scoring thriller at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, on Tuesday.

ipl 2018 Updated: Apr 25, 2018 00:05 IST
Shayne Dias
Shayne Dias
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Get highlights of Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad IPL 2018 Twenty20 here. SRH beat MI by 31 runs in a low-scoring thriller at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, on Tuesday.
Get highlights of Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad IPL 2018 Twenty20 here. SRH beat MI by 31 runs in a low-scoring thriller at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, on Tuesday. (BCCI)

The last time Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) took on the Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League 2018 (IPL 2018), the former emerged victorious by a single wicket. The same result was on the cards when the two sides met at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Tuesday. Having been put in to bat by MI, SRH could only score 118 in the first innings. Mumbai took wickets at regular intervals, ensuring SRH could never get going throughout the match. Amazingly, this score turned out to be enough as Sunrisers Hyderabad managed to dismiss Mumbai for 87, thus recording an unlikely 31-run win. This was the second lowest defended total in the history of the IPL. Get highlights of Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, IPL 2018 game, here. (FULL SCORECARD) ( STREAMING INFO)

11:55 PM IST: That’s it from our side, thank you so much for joining us! Do join us for more live coverage of the IPL 2018.

11:50 PM IST: Rohit Sharma: “We have got ourselves to blame. We should chase down 118 on any wicket, we didn’t show character, the Sunrisers did. Very happy with the way we bowled, they did a brilliant job, but the batsmen let us down once again. They are so many points that I can talk about, but don’t want to pinpoint faults now. We needed to show some intent, which we failed today.”

Kane Williamson: “Clearly a tough surface to play on. We were expecting a lot more from our batsmen. It is good fun. T20 obviously so much is happening so quickly. A fantastic second half for us, but we are still to put a complete team performance.”

11:44 PM IST: OUT! THAT’S IT! Mustafizur c Deepak Hooda b Basil Thampi 1(3). SRH record an amazing 31 run win! This is the second lowest defended total in IPL history.

11:41 PM IST: 34 needed off 12. No one thought the match would come to this.

11:39 PM IST: FOUR! Bumrah hits a boundary towards backward square leg. Too little too late?

11:37 PM IST: OUT! There goes arguably Mumbai’s last hopes of salvaging the game in Hardik Pandya. Siddarth Kaul is the man who removes him. SRH need one wicket to win.

11:33 PM IST: Rashid Khan just bowled a maiden in the 17th over. No, this is not a joke.

11:29 PM IST: OUT! Siddarth Kaul now gets Mayank Markande as well! What an over this is. MI are 80/8 after 16 overs.

11:24 PM IST:OUT! Siddarth Kaul traps McCleneghan and MI are in real trouble now. McClenaghan lbw b S Kaul 0(2).

11:22 PM IST: Another over that saw a wicket fall and two runs conceded. MI are 77/6 after 15 overs.

11:21 PM IST: OUT! Basil Thampi gets Suryakumar Yadav now! Suryakumar Yadav c Rashid Khan b Basil Thampi 34(38).

11:12 PM IST: Two runs and a wicket. This was quite some over from Rashid Khan. MI are 75/5 after 14 overs.

11:09 PM IST: OUT! Rashid Khan gets Keiron Pollard now! This game is turning into quite the thriller. MI have lost half their side now.

11:07 PM IST: SRH are 73/4 after 13 overs.

11:05 PM IST: Seems like we could be in for a changing of the ball here. Umpires don’t seem happy with its shape.

11:03 PM IST: SIX! Pollard wasted little time going after Shakib; this maximum sails into the crowd.

10:59 PM IST: WICKET | Rashid Khan was adamant to go for the review. Flatter legbreak and Krunal hangs back to work it to the leg side, but misses it and is trapped on the pad, umpire does not give it out and the review is taken, replays show it to be hitting the stumps. Krunal Pandya LBW Rashid Khan 24 (20).

10:54 PM IST: Another tight over from Shakib Al Hasan. Just three runs and the asking rate mounts

10:50 PM IST: Superb over from Rashid Khan. Just two runs in the 10th over. Sunrisers Hyderabad will need more tight overs from him.

10:44 PM IST: Superb batting from Krunal Pandya as he hits three boundaries off Siddarth Kaul. One is a beautfiul cover drive, the other is a pull past mid on and the other is a straight drive off a full toss past Williamson at mid off.

10:39 PM IST: Two back-to-back fours by Suryakumar Yadav off Mohammad Nabi, one past short third man and one through extra cover.

10:34 PM IST: Siddarth Kaul’s first over is a quiet one. MI are 26/3 after 7 overs.

10:28 PM IST: The powerplays end and MI are not quite where they would like to be. They are 22/3 after 6 overs.

10:25 PM IST: OUT! Rohit Sharma departs in Shakib Al Hasan’s first over. Edged and taken by the slip. His poor run of form continues.

10:23 PM IST: As expected, the fall of two wickets slows down the scoring a fair bit. MI are 20/2 after 5 overs.

10:18 PM IST: OUT! Ishan Kishan goes for the big one but finds the fielder instead. Gone for a duck. Could this game hold a few surprises? MI 17/2 after 4 overs.

10:15 PM IST: FOUR! Suryakumar Yadav is in no mood to relent and hits Nabi for a boundary through the mid off region.

10:12 PM IST: OUT! Sandeep Sharma gets the early breakthrough. Evin Lewis gets a leading edge that goes straight to Manish Pandey at point. MI are 12/1 after 3 overs.

10:10 PM IST: FOUR! Sandeep Sharma’s first ball of his second over is dispatched between the gap at cover and it runs away to the boundary.

10:09 PM IST: Six runs come off the second over. MI are 8/0 after 2 overs.

10:06 PM IST: FOUR! Suryakumar welcomes Mohammad Nabi to the crease with a boundary. Pressure is right back on the bowler.

10:04 PM IST: The game gets off to a slow start, as expected. MI are 2/0 after the first over.

10:00 PM IST: Evin Lewis and Suryakumar Yadav to open the innings for MI; Sandeep Sharma to bowl the first over. The chase is underway!

9:55 PM IST: Mayank Markande mentioned whilst receiving the purple cap that this wicket is a difficult one to bat on. This target might not be as much of a cakewalk as many seem to think it will be.

9:50 PM IST: This is the lowest total of the IPL 2018 thus far. Will Mumbai get the required runs with ease or will Hyderabad somehow find a way to make the game competitive? We shall find out very soon.

9:45 PM IST: OUT! Oh dear Yusuf. He holes out to Hardik Pandya at deep mid-wicket and that is the end of the innings. SRH 118 all out in 18.4 overs. This should be a fairly easy chase for the home side.

9:43 PM IST: SIX! Yusuf finally connects with the big one down the ground. Amazingly, this is the first six of the game.

9:40 PM IST: Only 3 runs come from that over, mostly because Yusuf wants to keep the strike as much as he can. SRH are 112/9 after 18 overs.

9:35 PM IST: 17 overs gone and SRH are 109/9.

9:33 PM IST: OUT! Siddarth Kaul is now run-out going for a run that wasn’t there at all. SRH 109/9 after 16.5 overs.

9:28 PM IST: Given MI’s recent woes in the death overs, this is exactly the kind of over they would have wanted. SRH are 108/8 after 16 overs.

9:24 PM IST: OUT! Markande castles Basil Thampi and SRH are now eight wickets down. SRH 106/8 after 15.1 overs.

9:23 PM IST: Five overs to go and MI are in a good position. SRH are 106/7 after 15 overs.

9:18 PM IST: 14 overs down and SRH are in all sorts of trouble at 102/7.

9:12 PM IST: OUT! Jasprit Bumrah gets Rashid Khan to edge one to Ishan Kishan and down goes another wicket! SRH 100/7 after 13.3 overs. Timeout has been taken.

9:08 PM IST: FOUR! Yusuf hits a short and wide ball from Krunal Pandya for a much-needed boundary. More of these needed. SRH are 98/6 after 13 overs.

9:07 PM IST: Markande’s second over is significantly better than his first and SRH are sinking deeper into the hole. SRH are 87/6 after 12 overs.

9:04 PM IST: OUT! Mohammad Nabi is clean bowled by Mayank Markande. He slogged blindly at wrong one and is castled.

9:03 PM IST: Krunal Pandya’s first over is a very good one indeed. SRH are 85/5 after 11 overs.

8:58 PM IST: Markande’s first over goes for 11 runs. SRH are 82/5 with half the overs played.

8:57 PM IST: FOUR! Yusuf Pathan now plays a gentle sweep shot that races away to the fences.

8:56 PM IST: FOUR! Mayank Markande is welcomed to the crease with a boundary on the leg side. Welcome runs for SRH, these.

8:55 PM IST: Pandya ends the over with a dot ball. SRH are 71/5 after 9 overs.

8:53 PM IST: FOUR! Mohammad Nabi gets a much-needed boundary for the away side, stroking the ball through the covers.

8:50 PM IST: OUT! Williamson departs right after the time-out ends, inside-edging the ball straight to Ishan Kishan. Hardik Pandya is ecstatic. SRH now 64/5.

8:46 PM IST: Mustafizur’s first over goes for 7; not bad considering the way it started. SRH are 63/4 after 8 overs. It it now time for the strategic timeout.

8:42 PM IST: FOUR! Williamson dispatches Mustafizur Rehman’s first ball of the game to the leg side boundary.

8:41 PM IST: End of the first over after the powerplay. SRH 56/4 after 7 overs.

8:39 PM IST: FOUR! Williamson plays a wonderful late cut off Pandya. He’s key to any hopes SRH have of posting a competitive total.

8:36 PM IST: FOUR! Oh that’s a poor way to end the over. McCleneghan bowls a bouncer to Yusuf Pathan that goes over Ishan Kishan’s head. He’s having a bit of a shocker out there, young Kishan. SRH 51/4 after 6 overs.

8:34 PM IST: OUT! Oh dear. Bit of a mix-up between the batsmen sees Shakib advance halfway down the track before being sent back. Suryakumar Yadav hits the stumps and that’s all she wrote. SRH in real trouble here.

8:30 PM IST: The fifth over is done and SRH are now 45/3. Shakib Al Hasan is the new man in.

8:27 PM IST: WICKET! Hardik Pandya strikes in his first over itself. Manish Pandey, who was looking dangerous, edges one off the toe of his bat that lands straight in Rohit Sharma’s grateful hands at cover. SRH are now three down and in a precarious position.

8:24 PM IST: FOUR! Williamson gets a lucky inside edge off Hardik Pandya’s first ball and it races away to the boundary.

8:22 PM IST: FOUR! Pandey ends the over with a boundary over mid-off. He looks in good touch tonight. SRH 38/2 after 4 overs.

8:20 PM IST: FOUR! Manish Pandey with a wonderful lofted shot towards long on and he collects another boundary.

8:17 PM IST: Quieter over this time around; not that either side will mind too much. SRH 28/2 after 3 overs.

8:15 PM IST: FOUR! Manish Pandey gets a short and wide ball from Bumrah and he wastes no time sending it to the fence.

8:12 PM IST: OUT!Saha departs now! McCleneghan ends the over with a wicket, this time Saha edges the ball to Ishan Kishan. He walks immediately. SRH 20/2 after 2 overs.

8:10 PM IST: OUT! Dhawan bowled by McCleneghan! Dhawan departs right after being struck on the leg. He once again inside edges the ball, this time onto his pads. The ball hits his stumps and he’s got to go.

8:08 PM IST: Dhawan inside edges the ball onto his own leg and the physio is now out. That had to have hurt; it struck him at an area that wasn’t protected by padding.

8:06 PM IST: FIVE WIDES FOLLOWED BY A FOUR! Oh dear oh dear. McCleneghan bowls a wide full toss and Ishan Kishan can’t get across to cover. Bonus runs. Shikhar Dhawan then gets another four in the third man region.

8:04 PM IST: Good start for the away side, this. SRH are 10/0 after 1 over.

8:02 PM IST: TWO FOURS! Williamson doesn’t waste time; first ball he faces is short and wide and he duly dispatches it to the boundary. The second one is a half-volley and gets the same treatment.

8:00 PM IST: Shikhar Dhawan and Kane Williamson to open for SRH; Jasprit Bumrah to open the bowling for MI. We are underway at Mumbai!

7:55 PM IST: Rohit Sharma admitted during the toss that losing close games has been hard on the side. Will today be the day they notch their second win of the tournament so far? We’ll know soon enough.

7:50 PM IST: Shikhar Dhawan’s return is also a welcome boost for the away side. He will be key for them if they want to post a big score today.

7:45 PM IST: The more noteworthy team news comes from the away side - Basil Thampi makes his first start for the side. He was awarded the “Emerging Player” award last time around.

7:37 PM IST: Big news just breaking - SRH pacer Billy Stanlake has been ruled out of the tournament due to a finger fracture. That isn’t good news for the Sunrisers. It will be interesting to see who they sign as a replacement player.

7:35 PM IST: Mumbai Indians playing XI - Suryakumar Yadav, Evin Lewis, Ishan Kishan, Rohit Sharma (captain), Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mayank Markande, Jasprit Bumrah, Mustafizur Rahman.

Sunrisers Hyderabad playing XI - Wriddhiman Saha, Shikhar Dhawan, Kane Williamson (captain), Manish Pandey, Shakib Al Hasan, Yusuf Pathan, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Basil Thampi, Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul.

7:30 PM IST: Just in - Mumbai Indians won the toss and choose to bowl.

7:20 PM IST: Toss is merely minutes away. Till then, you can read about Mumbai Indians’ death over woes in the IPL 2018 here.

7:10 PM IST: Mumbai Indians have had a disappointing start to the IPL 2018 thus far. A turnaround in form is needed soon, and home fans will hope today is the day that happens.

7:00 PM IST: Hello and welcome to live coverage of the IPL 2018 game between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad!

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s major concerns ahead of the game centre around the availability of certain players. They will be without pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the game. The inclusion of batsmen Shikhar Dhawan and Yusuf Pathan is also doubtful, the former suffering an elbow injury vs Kings XI Punjab whilst the latter experienced cramps in the same game.

For Mumbai Indians, the fact that none of their established stars have fired thus far is something that will need to change if they are to have any chances of registering a win over the Sunrisers. That all four of their defeats came in matches went down to the wire is also a cause for concern for the defending IPL champions.