IPL 2017: Bumrah, Pandya star in Mumbai Indians win vs Sunrisers Hyderabad

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Jasprit Bumrah’s 3/24 and a quickfire 37 from Krunal Pandya guided Mumbai Indians to a four-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2017 Indian Premier League. (BCCI)

Jasprit Bumrah’s 3/24 and a quickfire 37 from Krunal Pandya guided Mumbai Indians to a four-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2017 Indian Premier League. (BCCI)

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Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and chose to bowl against David Warner-led Sunrisers Hyderabad, who defeated them twice last year. (BCCI)

Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and chose to bowl against David Warner-led Sunrisers Hyderabad, who defeated them twice last year. (BCCI)

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Warner got SRH off to a cautious start and slowly started to deal in boundaries. (BCCI)

Warner got SRH off to a cautious start and slowly started to deal in boundaries. (BCCI)

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He was equally supported by Shikhar Dhawan, who looked scratchy initially but accelerated later in the innings. (BCCI)

He was equally supported by Shikhar Dhawan, who looked scratchy initially but accelerated later in the innings. (BCCI)

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The duo put on a 81-run stand and it seemed like Sunrisers would finish with a huge total. (BCCI)

The duo put on a 81-run stand and it seemed like Sunrisers would finish with a huge total. (BCCI)

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In 10th over, Harbhajan Singh removed Warner, who fell a run short of a well-deserved half-century. The offie then got rid of Deepak Hooda in his very next over. (BCCI)

In 10th over, Harbhajan Singh removed Warner, who fell a run short of a well-deserved half-century. The offie then got rid of Deepak Hooda in his very next over. (BCCI)

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Mitchell McClenaghan, who was smashed all around the park by Dhawan in his first over, finally got his revenge when he dismissed the SRH opener for 48. (BCCI)

Mitchell McClenaghan, who was smashed all around the park by Dhawan in his first over, finally got his revenge when he dismissed the SRH opener for 48. (BCCI)

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Dhawan’s dismissal triggered SRH’s collpase as they could only muster 40 runs in their last five overs, losing five wickets. (BCCI)

Dhawan’s dismissal triggered SRH’s collpase as they could only muster 40 runs in their last five overs, losing five wickets. (BCCI)

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Jasprit Bumrah was the stand-out bowler for Mumbai Indians in death overs, as he finished with the figures of 3/24. SRH’s final total read 158/8. (BCCI)

Jasprit Bumrah was the stand-out bowler for Mumbai Indians in death overs, as he finished with the figures of 3/24. SRH’s final total read 158/8. (BCCI)

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In reply, Mumbai Indians lost Jos Buttler and captain Rohit Sharma early but Parthiv Patel held one end and kept on piling runs. (BCCI)

In reply, Mumbai Indians lost Jos Buttler and captain Rohit Sharma early but Parthiv Patel held one end and kept on piling runs. (BCCI)

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Rashid Khan continued to shine as he troubled MI batsmen on multiple occasions. (BCCI)

Rashid Khan continued to shine as he troubled MI batsmen on multiple occasions. (BCCI)

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Nitish Rana, the star of MI’s win over KKR, stabilised the innings after Parthiv’s departure. His shot selection was upto the mark. (BCCI)

Nitish Rana, the star of MI’s win over KKR, stabilised the innings after Parthiv’s departure. His shot selection was upto the mark. (BCCI)

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With Kieron Pollard’s dismissal, things might have got a little tricky for MI but Krunal Pandya’s quickfire 20-ball 37 turned the game completely in hosts favor. (BCCI)

With Kieron Pollard’s dismissal, things might have got a little tricky for MI but Krunal Pandya’s quickfire 20-ball 37 turned the game completely in hosts favor. (BCCI)

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Rana scored 45 before being dismissed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who took a total of three wickets. (BCCI)

Rana scored 45 before being dismissed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who took a total of three wickets. (BCCI)

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Harbhajan scored the winning runs for Mumbai Indians. Rohit Sharma’s men will now take on Royal Challengers Bangalore on April 14. (BCCI)

Harbhajan scored the winning runs for Mumbai Indians. Rohit Sharma’s men will now take on Royal Challengers Bangalore on April 14. (BCCI)

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