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Hyderabad thrash Mumbai by 85 runs

Shikhar Dhawan of Sunrisers Hyderabad in action during the IPL match against Mumbai Indians at the ACA-VDCA Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Sunday.
 VISAKHAPATNAM, May 8: Ashish Nehra produced a sensational spell of pace bowling after Shikhar Dhawan shone with the bat with a scintillating unbeaten 82 as Sunrisers Hyderabad spanked Mumbai Indians by 85 runs in a lopsided IPL match and jumped to the top of the league table here today.

Sunrisers posted a challenging 177 for 3 with opener Dhawan remaining not out on 82 off 57 balls, studded with 10 fours and a six, after being put into bat and then senior pacer Nehra (3/15) triggered a Mumbai top-order batting collapse with a 12-ball spell of thee wickets to help the home side notch up an easy win.

Bangladeshi pacer Mustafizur Rahman, who has been in brilliant touch this season, also scalped three wickets for 16 runs as he cleaned up the Mumbai lower order.

With the win today, their sixth in nine matches, the Sunrisers jumped to top spot with 12 points. They are levelled on points with Kolkata Knight Riders but above them on net run rate. Mumbai remained on fifth with 10 points from 10 matches.

Mumbai made a disastrous start in their run chase as they were reduced to 30 for five inside five overs with Nehra scalping three top-order batsmen in 12 balls and they never recovered from there at the ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium.

The defending champions kept on losing wickets in quick succession and were reduced to 54 for 7 at the halfway mark. They did not havae any partnership worth the name with 23 being the highest. They finally were all out for 92 in 16.3 overs to slump ato an embarrassing defeat.

Harbhajaan Singh top-scored with 21 not out while only two other batsmen could reach double-digit scores.


Sunrisers Hyderabad: Shikhar Dhawan not out 82, David Warner c Pollard b H Singh 48, Kane Williamson c Sharma b H Singh 2, Yuvraj Singh hit wicket b McClenaghan 39, Moises Henriques not out 1. Extras: (LB-2, WD-3) 5. Total: (For 3 wickets in 20 overs) 177. Fall of wickets: 1-85, 2-91, 3-176. Bowling: T Southee 4-0-35-0, M McClenaghan 4-0-38-1, H Singh 4-0-29-2, J Bumrah 4-0-35-0, H Pandya 1-0-10-0, K Pollard 2-0-23-0, K Pandya 1-0-5-0.

Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma b Nehra 5, Parthiv Patel lbw b Kumar 0, Amabti Rayudu c Williamson b Nehra 6, Krunal Pandya c Dhawan b Sran 17, Jos Buttler c Ojha b Nehra 2, Kieron Pollard c Sran b Henriques 11, Hardik Pandya c Ojha b M Rahman 7, Harbhajan Singh not out 21, Tim Southee c Ojha b M Rahman 3, M McClenaghan c Henriques b M Rahman 8, J Bumrah c Ojha b Sran 6. Extras: (LB-2, WD-4) 6. Total: (all out in 16.3 overs) 92. Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-5, 3-28, 4-30, 5-30, 6-49, 7-50, 8-58, 9-78. Bowling: B Kumar 3-0-23-1, A Nehra 3-0-15-3, B Sran 3.3-0-18-2, M Henriques 4-0-18-1, M Rahman 3-0-16-3. – PTI

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