IPL 2019: 19th Match, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians – Match Review
IPL 2019: 19th Match, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians – Match Review; What an incredible bowling display it was from Mumbai Indians in the 19th game of the tournament. They outsmarted Sunrisers Hyderabad in a low-scoring game at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. The debutant Alzarri Joseph was the star of the match.
Turning Point of the match:
The spell of Alzarri Joseph was the turning point of the match. The way he delivered the goods it has been sensational in the middle for Mumbai Indians. He sent back all the major batsman of Sunrisers Hyderabad back to the hut with his stunning spell of fast bowling.
Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians – 2nd Innings
In reply to Mumbai’s 136, once again, Jonny Bairstow and David Warner started things off in a style. However, it all came to an end when Rahul Chahar bowled a teasing delivery to dismiss Jonny Bairstow. He was followed by the dismissal of David Warner, which brought back Mumbai into the game.
The young Joseph made his entry into the Indian Premier League with a maiden-wicket. He made it even more sensational by dismissing Vijay Shankar in his second over of the spell.
The three wickets have an edge to Mumbai Indians in the match. In between, Kieron Pollard dropped a dolly catch of Manish Pandey, which was a surprise moment in the game. However, Manish Panday failed to utilise the chance in the tricky chase.
He was dismissed by Jason Behrendorff when Rohit Sharma took a stunner in the mid-wicket. He was quickly followed by Yusuf Pathan, who swept Chahar to Ishan Kishan. Though Deepak Hooda was in the middle, Joseph called curtains on his 20-run knock.
The wicket left the onus on Afghanistan pair Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan in the middle with Jasprit Bumrah and Co having an edge on the game. However, it all lasted for only one ball, as Khan was dismissed for a golden duck.
Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians – 1st Innings
Initially, it was Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who won the toss, chose to bat first. The flamboyant Rohit Sharma started things off in a style by knocking a couple of fours. However, the man in-form Mohammad Nabi dismissed Mumbai skipper while Sandeep Sharma sent Surya Kumar Yadav.
In between, Siddharth Kaul bagged the wicket of Quinton de Kock, which saw them losing three quick wickets. It was followed by the run out of Ishan Kishan and Krunal Pandya, which made things look bleak for Mumbai Indians in the middle.
Ishan Kishan looked in decent touch with a brilliant 17-run knock but was unfortunate in being dismissed as run out. Everyone expected that it would be the time for Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya to wield their willow once again.
However, even they found it tough to handle the bowling of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Hardik Pandya, who stayed at the crease for 14 balls whacked a six before being dismissed to Rashid Khan. In the end, it was Kieron Pollard and Rahul Chahar, who helped Mumbai Indians to cross 100 runs on the board.
For Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mohammad Nabi once again bowled a sensational spell by giving away just 13 runs in his 4 overs with one crucial wicket. Siddharth Kaul was the other, who bowled a brilliant spell in the middle overs. In the end, Pollard’s blitz helps Mumbai Indians to post a competitive 136 runs on the board. Pollard scored 46 runs balls.
Now, Sunrisers Hyderabad will travel Mohali to take on Kings XI Punjab on Monday. Meanwhile, Mumbai Indians will host Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday.
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