Bhuvneshwar Kumar set the tone for Pune Warriors after the hosts chose to bowl at the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium. Bhuvneshwar scalped three wickets in all for just 18 runs, reducing Sunrisers Hyderabad to 44 for 6. (BCCI image)
Rahul Sharma struck two crucial blows to dent Hyderabad's innings. The leggie dismissed Sunrisers' top scorer Samantray and leg-spinning all rounder Karan Sharma. (BCCI image)
Amit Mishra, before taking a hat-trick with the ball, did superbly with the bat too, scoring 30 runs from 24 balls, taking Hyderabad past the 100-run mark. (BCCI image)
Robin Uthappa gave Pune a rollicking start in the 120-run chase, scoring 22. It just so happened that his contribution ended up being the best amongst his side's batsmen. (BCCI image)
Thisara Perera drew first blood for the Sunrisers, removing both openers Uthappa and Aaron Finch. He ended up with three wickets in all. (BCCI image)
Steven Smith, the revelation that he was against the Chennai Super Kings, tried his best, scoring 17. His wicket turned the tide in Sunrisers' favour. (BCCI image)
Amit Mishra, then came up with his third hat-trick in tournament history. He removed Pune Warriors tailenders Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rahul Sharma and Ashok Dinda of successive balls to record this season's second hat-trick after Sunil Narine's feat against Kings XI Punjab. (BCCI image)
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|7||kolkata knight riders||16||6||10||12|
|8||pune warriors india||16||4||12||8|
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