Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians will face David Warner’s Sunrisers Hyderabad on 17th of April at M. Chindbaram Stadium, Chennai.
“We are going to bat first. Very hard to predict, looks a good track but we will get to know when the game progresses. Looks a bit slugglish pitch. We have made one change only. We understand the conditions and it’s very important to back your skills. Adam Milne comes in place of Jansen.” Rohit Sharma told at toss
“We would have batted first for sure. All four wickets look exactly the same here. We know what we are going to do here. We have been in this position before, we have made four changes in playing 11. Can’t remember the names, gotta look at the team-sheet.” David Warner added
End of the powerplay : Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock set the big total in powerplay. Rohit Sharma totally dominated Hyderabad bowlers on the pitch like Chennai. They both have scored 53 runs for MI.
Quick facts : Rohit Sharma depart after scoring 32 runs but he surpassed MS Dhoni’s record of most sixes by Indians in IPL. He is now topping the table with 217 sixes.
End of the inning : Kieron Pollard’s fiery finish helped Mumbai to clinch 150 runs in first inning. This is good total for Mumbai Indians, they have brilliant pace and spin attack.
End of the Powerplay : David Warner and Jonny Bairstow scored 57 runs in powerplay overs. Mumbai Indians were on 53-0 at this point.
Bad luck for Jonny Bairstow, He got out via hit wicket on bowling of Krunal Pandya. Jonny Bairstow smashed 43 runs in just 22 balls including 4 huge sixes and 3 fours. Breakthrough for Mumbai Indians !
Rahul Chahar brought Mumbai Indians in the game after the absolute hitting by Warner and Bairstow. He picked three wickets conceding just 19 runs. In last match against KKR, he took four wickets and delivered a match winning performance. Now he took three wickets in this match.
Strong efforts from Mumbai Indians bowlers helped Mumbai to clinch the victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad. This is second win for MI Paltan this season.