SRH vs LSG: Sunrisers Hyderabad chased the target of 166 runs in 58 balls against Lucknow, excellent innings by Travis Head and Abhishek Sharma.

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Kusum । May 8 2024 10:42PM

Sunrisers Hyderabad has defeated Lucknow Super Giants by 10 wickets. Batting first, Lucknow scored 165 runs for 4 wickets after stumbling in the innings. In response, Hyderabad’s openers Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head played explosive innings and gave the team a great victory by scoring 167 runs in just 9.4 overs.

In the 57th match of IPL 2024, Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Lucknow Super Giants by 10 wickets. Batting first, Lucknow scored 165 runs for 4 wickets after stumbling in the innings. In response, Hyderabad’s openers Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head played explosive innings and gave the team a great victory by scoring 167 runs in just 9.4 overs. With SRH’s win, Mumbai Indians are out of the tournament.

Lucknow, thanks to Ayush Badoni’s half-century, has scored 165 runs after losing 4 wickets in 20 overs. In response, Sunrisers Hyderabad made a strong start and scored 107 runs without losing any wicket in the powerplay. Lucknow lost wickets at regular intervals in the beginning of the innings but thanks to the 99-run partnership between Ayush Badoni and Nicholas Puran for the 5th wicket, Lucknow team managed to cross the score of 160. Badoni scored 55 runs. Puran returned unbeaten after scoring 48 runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took two wickets for Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Lucknow did not have a good start. The team lost the first wicket in the third over. Quinton de Kock could score only two runs in 5 balls. Marcus Stoinis was out after scoring three runs in 5 balls. Captain KL Rahul scored 29 runs in 33 balls. Krunal was run out after scoring 24 runs. After this, there was an unbeaten partnership of 99 runs in 52 balls for the fifth wicket between Badoni and Puran, due to which the Lucknow team scored 165 runs. Puran returned unbeaten after scoring 48 runs in 26 balls and Ayush Badoni returned unbeaten after scoring 55 runs in 30 balls.

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