It was an amazing day at Hyderabad where in, Sunrisers Hyderabad took over the Rajasthan Royals. The go head to head among Warner and Smith is one of the greatest ideas in front of this diversion, in spite of the fact that Tom Moody-Head Coach Sunrisers Hyderabad needs everybody to proceed onward from that theme. There is a decent shot of Kane Williamson returning for this amusement, which implies Jonny Bairstow could sit out. The two groups looked great in their past experience just to lose from that organize. The two groups are probably going to lose a large group of outside players in the last 50% of the competition, thus getting these early focuses are incredibly urgent. That and much more to anticipate as we sit tight for the hurl and group refreshes.
Skipper Ajinkya Rahane won the toss and elected to bat first. It was a wonderful wicket to bat-on. Rashid Khan was bought in to the attack very soon during batting power play. He sent back the well-set, Jos Butler home. They were off to a shaky start. Well, the skipper and Samson managed to stand against the quality bowling of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Rahane gets his 27th IPL fifty while Samson gets 11th. They were brutal for the spinners. Rashid Khan was again back into the attack. Bairstow dropped a sitter, which costed his team. Rajasthan Royals managed to put on a challenging score of 198 runs in 120 balls.
David Warner and Johnny Bairstow gave a stunning start to their team. They were literally cruising at 10 runs per over. They managed to put 100 run partnership within the first 10overs. Stokes picked David Warner with a short delivery and he was caught at the fine-leg. Vijay Shanker was batting extremely well and he rushed to finish things at the death overs but he couldn’t do it. Yusuf Pathan and Rashid Khan took Sunrisers Hyderabad home! They could chase 190 odd runs seamlessly. Rashid Khan was awarded the Man of the Match.