SRH vs PBKS Match Report: Kings of Punjab pile up ahead of Umran-Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad reach fourth place


New Delhi. The 28th match of IPL was played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Punjab Kings at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. In front of the killer bowling of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umran Malik, Punjab Kings were all out on 151. Hyderabad easily achieved this target by losing three wickets. For Hyderabad, Aiden Markram scored 41 not out and Nicholas Pooran scored 35 not out. Apart from this, Abhishek Sharma scored 31 and Rahul Tripathi scored 34 runs. With this win, Hyderabad’s team has reached the fourth place in the IPL points table. Punjab Kings slipped to 7th position.

Earlier, fast bowler Umran Malik (Umran Malik) And with the lethal bowling of experienced Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sunrisers Hyderabad dismissed Punjab Kings for 151 runs in the allotted 20 overs.

Livingstone scored 60 runs in 33 balls which included five fours and four sixes. With Shahrukh Khan (26 off 28 balls) he added 71 runs for the fifth wicket to get the team out of the initial blow. However, Punjab’s team scored only 19 runs in the last four overs and in the meantime lost the remaining six wickets.

In the last over of Malik’s innings, no run was scored and four wickets fell. Malik took four for 28 while Bhuvneshwar took three wickets for 22 runs. Left-arm spinner J Suchit (1 for 28) also bowled tightly. Punjab had faltered in the beginning. Shikhar Dhawan (Eight), leading the team due to the injury of Mayank Agarwal, did not look comfortable at any time and soon returned to the pavilion after practicing the catch. Prabhsimran Singh, who was included in the playing XI in place of Agarwal, could only make 14 runs, which took the score to 33 for two.

Known for his powerful shot, Livingstone hit two fours and a six on Marco Yansen to take the score to 48 for two in the powerplay, which Suchith made to 48 for three in the next over by lbw Jonny Bairstow (12). Jitesh Sharma (11) welcomed Malik with two fours, but in the same over, playing a shot at the wrong timing on the short pitch ball, gave an easy catch to the bowler.

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But both the timing and shots of Livingstone were excellent. He tried to beat the bowler by hitting a 106 meter long six on Malik first from the upper cut and then deep midwicket. With a scintillating six on Suchit, he took the team’s score to triple digits in 13 overs and then completed his half-century in 26 balls.

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Meanwhile, Shahrukh opened his hand on Suchit with a six and then sent Natarajan’s ball for six runs, but after that he got blunt and waved Bhuvneshwar’s ball in the air and returned to the pavilion at the beginning of the slog overs. This bowler also dismissed Livingstone in his next over, whose beautiful catch was taken by Kane Williamson. Only Odeon Smith (13) was able to open the account in the last five batsmen.

Tags: Bhuvneshwar Kumar, IPL 2022, Punjab Kings, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Umran Malik

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