IPL 2020, SRH vs MI Highlights: David Warner-Wriddhiman Saha Show Takes SunRisers Hyderabad To Playoffs
IPL 2020, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians: Wriddhiman Saha, David Warner stitched an unbroken 151-run opening stand to help SRH make the playoffs.
An emphatic 10-wicket win for SunRisers Hyderabad over Mumbai Indians means that SRH have qualified for the playoffs in Indian Premier League 2020. Chasing a modest total of 149/8, David Warner (85 runs off 58 balls) and Wriddhiman Saha (58 runs off 45 balls) stitched an undefeated opening partnership to take SRH home in a must-win game. This win also means that Kolkata Knight Riders are out of the tournament. Mumbai Indians will face Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 1 in Dubai on November 5 while SRH will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Eliminator on November 6 in Abu Dhabi. (SCORECARD)
IPL 2020 Highlights Between SRH vs MI, Straight From Sharjah
- 22:58 (IST)SRH beat MI by 10 wickets, qualify for playoffs!Warner smashes Krunal Pandya for four to score the winning runs for SRH.They have defeated Mumbai Indians, the table-toppers, by 10 wickets and have qualified for the playoffs.This means that Kolkata Knight Riders have been knocked out of the tournament.
- 22:25 (IST)SRH batsmen are milking the bowling hereKrunal keeps darting them in at over 90 kmph and SRH batsmen have no problem swatting them away for singles. They are milking the bowling at the moment.The last ball was a friendly full toss and Saha hit that through mid-wicket for four.97/0 after 11 overs. SRH need 53 from 54 balls.
- 22:16 (IST)
- 21:18 (IST)MI 149/8 after 20 oversA couple off the last ball as Mumbai Indians finish on 149/8. That's below par even on this slow Sharjah surface.SRH need 150 runs to win this game and qualify for the playoffs.KKR will hope SRH don't make it because that would mean KKR go through to the playoffs.Plenty of action left in the match. Stay tuned.
- 21:15 (IST)
- 21:10 (IST)SIX!Pollard gets a reprieve on the previous ball as an lbw decision against him gets overturned as the ball had pitched outside leg.The next ball, a yorker gone wrong, a full toss, is hit over long-off for six. Manish Pandey, stationed at the long-off fence, jumps and gets his hands on the ball, but the ball bobs over to land beyond the rope.