Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Vivo IPL Live Score, MI vs SRH: Mumbai Indians Stutter In 119 Run-Chase vs SRH

LIVE Score IPL 2018, MI vs SRH at Wankhede Stadium

A bright bowling display by Mumbai Indians (MI) helped them collection out SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) to 118 on Monday. SRH were all out in 18.4 overs. SRH skipper Kane Williamson going ahead o well and looked like going for the big one again, but his innings was halted on 29 by Hardik Pandya, who had a good-run with the ball. By the way, Williamson's score was also the highest for SRH. Mitchell McClenaghan (2/22) bowled a fiery spell early as he dismissed Shikhar Dhawan (5) and Wriddhiman Saha (0) in the 2ND over of the match. Manish Pandey (16) also got a start but a poor shot choice by him led to his dismissal. SRH wickets kept falling at usual intervals. Yusuf Pathan played a gritty knock of 29 runs but it hardly troubled the Mumbai outfit. Mumbai deserve the credit for putting forth a good disciplined bowling display. Hardik Pandya (2/20) and Mayank Markande (2/15) also bowled well for the visitors. 


Sunrisers Hyderabad                             VS                           Mumbai Indians    
118 (18.4)                                                                                 81/8 (17.1)

SRH beat MI by 31 runs

*Sunrisers Hyderabad

* Mumbai Indians

With nine games left previous to the play-off stage, Mumbai find themselves in a tight position to win at least seven of them to get better their chances. As such, a win over SRH on Tuesday is necessary to keep them in the hunt. Without local boy Suryakumar Yadav's heroics with the willow, Mumbai have very small to boast of this season, with the other batsmen yet to deliver. Yadav has had a reliable run of good scores in the opening slot, leaving him four short of reaching the 200 mark for the season, while skipper Rohit Sharma strike one match-winning knock of 94 against RCB. 


·         Mumbai Indians lost three wickets inside six Powerplay overs

·         Mumbai Indians bowled out Sunrisers Hyderabad for 118 in 18.4 overs

·         McClenaghan dismissed Saha and Dhawan in the second over
·         Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to field first


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