MI vs SRH IPL 2020 Score: Mumbai gets Manish Pandey and Jonny Bairstow inside first 10 overs.© BCCI/IPL
Jonny Bairstow hammered 25 off just 15 balls to give SunRisers Hyderabad a good start against Mumbai Indians but a slower ball by Trent Boult gets Bairstow dismissed inside the Powerplay. However, David Warner and Manish Pandey have carried on and have put SRH in a good position to chase 209. For Mumbai, Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard got going at the death as they crossed 200 and finished 208/5 in their 20 overs. Krunal Pandya’s final-over flourish – 6, 4, 4, 6 off the last four balls gives Mumbai the momentum going into the second innings. Pollard remained unbeaten on 25 off 13 even as Hardik was dismissed in the last over for 28 off 19. Earlier, Quinton de Kock set things up for Mumbai with 67 off just 39 balls after they had lost Rohit Sharma early. Ishan Kishan hung around for 31 off 23 while Suryajumar smashed 27 off just 18 balls. Mumbai won the toss and chose to bat first in Sharjah. Rashid Khan was economical as ever, returning 1/24 from four overs. (LIVE SCORECARD)
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Krunal comes around the wicket to Warner and bowls round-arm. Warner hits it over long-on for another massive six.
Next ball is drilled down the ground and it reaches the boundary like a rocket.
100 is up for SRH!
WICKET! Manish c Pollard b Pattinson 30 (19)
A slower ball pitched on good length by Pattinson gets Manish’s wicket.
Manish tried to hit it over long-off but couldn’t get the requisite power behind the shot. He holes out to Pollard in the deep and SRH lose their second wicket.
Pattinson returns and he is taken for a four through backward point on the first ball.
Some width for Warner outside off and he guides the ball between third man and point, both of whom are inside the circle, for four.
Second six of the over, this time off Warner’s willow. These two have decided to line-up Chahar.
Warner goes down on one knee and hits this over long-on for another huge hit.
Rahul Chahar is welcomed into the attack with a big six by Manish Pandey.
Manish slogs this one over wide long-on and gets the distance as well.
DROPPED AND FOUR!
This was a gentle short ball by Pollard and Manish throws all his strength behind it by hitting this over point.
Hardik comes running across from deep cover and reaches the ball but fails to hold on to the catch. The ball trickles over to the boundary as well.
How costly will this be?
Mumbai look to pull things back
Krunal gives away just three runs in the seventh over as Mumbai look to pull things back after the end of the Powerplay
Bumrah bowls this one on good length but Manish shows his class here as he pushes it down the ground with exquisite timing. The balls runs away from over. All timing there by Manish!
50 is up for SRH inside the Powerplay.
4, 4 – it’s Bumrah vs Warner
Jasprit Bumrah is into the attack and Warner welcomes the pacer with a boundary through backward point.
The next ball is slapped through the covers for another four. Warner is taking on Bumrah right from the word go.
Manish Pandey arrives and smashed Boult for a boundary straight down the ground to get things going.
He hammers another through mid-wicket for another four.
Pandey looks set already and he has played only five balls.
WICKET! Bairstow c Hardik b Boult 25 (15)
Boult bowls a slower ball and it pays off. Bairstow slaps it towards square leg but doesn’t get the power behind it.
Hardik takes a simple catch at the boundary and SRH have lost their first wicket.
Krunal Pandya lands this one in the slot, right in front of Bairstow to get under, and the batsman smashes it over wide long-on for another six.
This a good start by SRH!
It’s James Pattinson from the other end and Bairstow comes dancing down the track to pummel this good-length ball through long-on for four.
Pattinson strays in line on the next ball as he sprays on down the leg side and all Bairstow had to do was get some bat on it. Through fine leg for another four.
An extended flourish by Bairstow off this drive through long-off takes this ball for six.
Slightly over pitched by Boult and Bairstow threw the kitchen sink at it.
First six for SRH in the chase.
We’re ready for Hyderabad’s reply
David Warner and Jonny Bairstow open for SRH.
Trent Boult is bowling the first over.
6, 4, 4, 6 – the last four balls in Mumbai’s innings as 21 runs come off the final over.
Krunal smashes the last ball for six as he finishes 20 off four balls and Mumbai get 208/5 in 20 overs.
SIX! FOUR! FOUR!
Krunal Pandya walks in and smashes Kaul for a six and a four off the first two balls and then another four as Mumbai cross 200!
Sensational hitting right from the word go by Krunal!
WICKET! Hardik b Kaul 28 (19)
What a yorker by Kaul! Right at the base of the bat and crashes into the stumps as Hardik misses with his wild swipe.
Crucial wicket for SRH in the final over.
Natarajan finishes well – 4-0-29-0
He gives away 11 in the 19th over with a four and a six and at least four yorkers. That’s a good return on a ground like Sharjah and batsmen like Pollard and Hardik at the crease.
Hardik carves this full ball by Natarajan over backward point for four. He opened the face of the bat and used the pace of the bowler to guide this ball towards the boundary.
Natarajan comes on to bowl his final over. He is taken for a six on the very first ball by Pollard. The youngster is under pressure straight away.
Another full toss and another six.
This one was smashed towards mid-wicket and Rashid’s spectacular effort at the fence was in vain as he could not hold on to the ball and popped it over the rope.
Sandeep comes around the wicket and bowls a low full toss to Pollard. Sandeep misses his yorker but Pollard doesn’t miss his shot.
He hammers that over cow corner for another six.
Natarajan finishes well
He was taken for a six off the first ball of the 17th over but conceded just four more runs off the next five balls.
Good death bowling by Natarajan.
SIX! OUT OF THE GROUND!
Natarajan comes back and bowls one back-of-length to Hardik. The batsman wallops it over long-on for a HUGE SIX!
Kishan c M Pandey b Sandeep 31 (23)
WHAT A CATCH!
Manish Pandey had missed a few in the previous matches as well as this one but on this occasion he has pulled off a stunner.
Kishan had blasted this one towards long-on and Pandey, stationed at wide long-on/cow corner, came running in, dived full length and took this one inches off the ground.
Kishan is gone and SRH have broken this partnership before it could blossom.
Another full ball and wide outside off but Hardik reaches the ball and drills it through the covers for another four.
He split the gap between the two fielders in the deep quite well.
Sandeep bowls this one too full, right in the slot, and Hardik smashes that over long-on for his first six.
First of many to come, Mumbai would hope.
Kishan doesn’t care about the wicket though. De Kock missed with his slog but Kishan connects with his as the ball sails over long-on for another six.
Also, Hardik Pandya has arrived!
WICKET! De Kock (c & b Rashid) 67 (39)
Rashid returns and gets the breakthrough for SRH.
This was miscued by de Kock as he went for a mighty slog sweep. The top edge took the ball miles in the air and Rashid ran and ran for miles while keeping his eyes on the ball and took the catch at mid-wicket.
Great comeback by the maverick leg spinner.
Another back-of-length ball and de Kock hammers this one over wide long-on for anothe six.
SRH desperate for a wicket here.
De Kock shows all three stumps by walking across them and ramps a slower back-of-length ball by Kaul through fine leg for four.
Kishan gets into the act as well. He stays rooted in his crease and slogs this one from Williamson over long-on for six.
17 runs came off Williamson’s second over!
50 for Quinton de Kock off just 32 balls.
He belts Williamson over the bowler’s head for six to get to the milestone. That’s his first 50 this season.
Two quiet overs by SRH
After seven runs in the 10th, Rashid gives away just four singles in the 11th. SRH are pulling this back well.
Kane Williamson is in … with the ball
Williamson conceded only seven runs off his first over. After 10 overs, Mumbai are 90/2.
How many will they end up with at the end of the 20th?
Another short ball by Samad and de Kock smashes it through mid-wicket, splits the gap between the two fielders in the deep on the leg side and gets a boundary.
Samad continues. De Kock takes the second ball of the over for a HUGE six over the bowler’s head. De Kock has played well so far and looks set for his first substantial knock in the tournament.
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