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Before the playoffs, Sunrisers Hyderabad chased a big score, Orange Army reached second place, defeated Punjab.


This is Hyderabad’s eighth win in 14 matches. This is the 9th defeat of Punjab Kings in fourteen matches.

New Delhi. Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Punjab Kings by 4 wickets in their last league match. The team led by Pat Cummins has entered the playoffs with a win. This is Hyderabad’s 8th win in 14 matches. Hyderabad has reached second position with 17 points. This is the ninth defeat in 14 matches for Punjab Kings, who are already out of the playoff race. Punjab had set a target of 215 runs for Hyderabad. Hyderabad achieved the target with 5 balls remaining. Abhishek Sharma played an inning of 66 runs for Sunrisers. Sunrisers Hyderabad also equaled its biggest run chase during this period.

Hyderabad team, which came to chase the target, had a very bad start. The team lost the wicket of its explosive opener Travis Head on the very first ball of the first over. However, later opener Abhishek Sharma took over the innings. Abhishek scored 66 runs on 28 balls while Nitish Reddy was out after scoring 37 runs. Rahul Tripathi contributed 33 runs while Heinrich Klaasen played an inning of 42 runs. Shahbaz Ahmed scored 3 runs while Abdul Samad returned unbeaten on 11 runs while Sanveer Singh remained unbeaten on 6 runs. For Punjab, Arshdeep Singh and Harshal Patele took two wickets each.

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Prabhasimran played an inning of 71 runs, Punjab scored 214 runs for 5 wickets.
Earlier, on the basis of opener Prabhsimran Singh’s inning of 71 runs in 45 balls, Punjab Kings scored a challenging score of 214 runs for 5 wickets. Apart from hitting seven fours and four sixes in his aggressive innings, Prabhasimran made a partnership of 97 runs in 55 balls with Atharva Tayde for the first wicket and 54 runs in 32 balls with Riley Rossow for the second wicket. Both Tayde and Rosso missed completing their half-centuries. While Tayde scored 46 runs in 27 balls with the help of five fours and two sixes, Rosso played a quick inning of 49 runs in 24 balls with the help of three fours and four sixes.

Jitesh Sharma scored unbeaten 32 runs in 15 balls
Jitesh Sharma, who was leading the team due to the return of acting captain Sam Curran to England, scored unbeaten 32 runs in 15 balls in the last overs, taking the team’s score to 214 runs. For Sunrisers Hyderabad, T Natarajan took two wickets for 33 runs in four overs. Captain Pat Cummins and Vijaykant Vyaskanth got one success each. While Prabhasimran hit fours against Bhuvneshwar, Tayde gave an aggressive start to Punjab by hitting fours against Cummins and Natarajan.

Punjab had scored 61 runs without losing any wicket in the powerplay.
While Prabhasimran hit sixes over fine leg against Cummins, Tayde hit brilliant sixes over long on against Bhuvneshwar, taking the team’s score to 61 runs without any loss in the powerplay. The aggressive style of both continued even after the first six overs. Tayde welcomed left-arm spinner Shahbaz Ahmed with a four and a six and put pressure on Sunrisers. Natarajan showed Tayde the way to the pavilion in the 10th over and prevented him from completing his half-century and century partnership with Prabhasimran. He spent only two runs in this over.

Punjab had scored 151 runs for 1 wicket in the 14th over.
Prabhasimran completed his half-century in 34 balls by taking two runs against Vijaykant Vyaskanth in the next over and hit a six over the log on. Rosso, who came to the crease, hit a four and a six on Nitish Kumar Reddy’s ball and after opening his hands, sent Natarajan’s ball into the audience gallery. The team was in a better position after scoring 151 runs for one wicket after the 14th over, but in the 15th over, Prabhasimran’s aggressive innings was ended by a brilliant catch by Klaasen off the ball of Vyaskanth.

Jitesh Sharma took Punjab’s score to 200 by hitting a four.
Rosso hit a six and a four against Reddy but Shashank Singh (two), who was in excellent form, fell victim to a mistake and was run out. Bhuvneshwar controlled the run rate by giving away just six runs in his last and 17th over of the innings, the benefit of which was Cummins getting the wicket of Rosso and Natarajan with the wicket of Ashutosh Sharma (two runs). Jitesh took the team to 200 runs by hitting a four off Reddy’s ball in the last over and hit consecutive sixes on the last two balls.

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