IPL 2018: Bowlers on top, SRH thump Mumbai Indians in a low scoring affair

SRH beat Mumbai Indians

SRH beat Mumbai Indians

XtraTime News Desk:Mumbai Indians failed to win against Sun Risers Hydrarabad at the Wankhere stadium by 31 runs. The home team started well in this low scoring match as they managed to restrict SRH by 118 runs.  SRH defended the total easily as they bowled MI out for 87 runs in 18.5 overs.

Skipper Willamson and Yusuf Pathan scored 29 runs. While, Maccleanaghan and Hardik Pandya two wickets in their three overs. Another bowler Markande also picked two by giving 15 runs in three overs.

Mumbai struggled from the beginning as they lost three wickets in just 21 runs. Mumbai opener Suyakumar Yadav scored 34 runs Krunal Pandya scored 24 runs in 20 deliveries, Skipper Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Macclenaghan failed to make any impact in this match.

Siddarth Kaul is one of the star performers as he picked three wickets by giving 23 runs in his four overs quota. Rashid Khan, Basil Thampi picked couple of wickets.

The wicket was bit difficult for the batsmen to bat the scorecard also suggest that. With this win SRH moved to the third spot with eight points in six games and MI in the seventh spot with just two points in six games they played.

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