MI in Match 55

IPL2024: Highlights of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s first innings over MI in Match 55

In the 55th game of the 2024 Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians’ bowlers finally step up to stop Sunrisers Hyderabad’s free-flowing hitters.

In an effort to help the Mumbai Indians win their final three games of the season, Hardik Pandya won the toss and decided to bowl first. Anshul Kambhoj made his IPL debut, and Mayank Agarwal rejoined the team, marking a change for both teams.

With 12 points from 10 games, Sunrisers Hyderabad started the day in fourth place in the IPL standings. If they triumph on Monday, they would pass the reigning champion Chennai Super Kings to take third place.

In 4.5 overs, Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 50 runs.

To start the game, Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head entered the game in typical fashion, hitting clean shots. Anshul Kamboj, who made his SRH debut on Monday against MI, appeared to have Travis Head bowled two no-balls instead, both of which were hammered for fours to raise the score to fifty.

Powerplay: First Strategic Time-Out (Mandatory – 56/1) and Overs 0.1 to 6.

Mumbai Indians’ top bowler in the 2024 Indian Premier League, Jasprit Bumrah, ultimately secured the team’s wicket. Ishan Kishan made a great catch after Abhishek Sharma attempted to slide the ball to the third man.

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 12.4 overs yielded 100 runs.

For once, the Mumbai Indians were able to hold their own and kept applying pressure to the SRH hitters. To further hurt the visitors, Piyush Chawla claimed two wickets, including the crucial dismissals of Travis Head and Heinrich Klassen.

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 120/5 from 15 overs; second strategic time-out

Shahbaz Ahmed and Marco Jansen batted calmly, neutralising the threat posed by the MI bowlers. Marco Jansen signalled his intentions by hitting Piyush Chawla for a six and then a four right before the second time-out.

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 182 overs and 150 runs

In the 19th over, SRH passed 150 thanks to the impact players Pat Cummins and Sanvir Singh. In contrast to their previous meeting, the Mumbai Indians bowling team was eager to deny easy runs to the IPL 2016 victors.

Sunrisers Hyderabad end of innings: -173/8 after 20 overs

Sunrisers Hyderabad, a club that has made scoring 200 or more runs a regular habit, would not have been happy with the effort. With the exception of Travis Head, none of the hitters could compete with the Mumbai Indians’ inventive bowling unit.