Sunrisers Hyderabad stunned Mumbai Indians, beating them by 31 runs to dominate their most memorable game of the continuous Indian Premier League on Wednesday at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.

Travis Head (62), Abhishek Sharma (63) and Heinrich Klaasen (80*) played remarkable innings before a guard swarm, fueling SRH to the most noteworthy at any point all out of 277/3 (20) in the IPL.

Placing in a splendid execution, Bold Travis Head got going great for SRH, managing in limits and sixes. Abhishek Sharma, from the opposite end, was releasing his assault, rebuffing Mumbai Indians bowlers for limits and sixes.

The two players batted with irregular ability to disappoint the MI bowlers, who were working hard looking for wickets.

Down the request, big shot Heinrich Klaasen played with wild opportunity, scoring 80  unbeaten, accordingly driving the group to the most noteworthy at any point in the IPL.

SRH belted the best execution with the bat, posting an immense complete of 277  in 20  overs for the deficiency of three wickets. MI’s driving bowler, Jasprit Bumrah, couldn’t deal with SRH hitters in spite of concocting a huge spell.

Accordingly, MI made a quiet beginning with openers Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan making 26  and 34, respectively, but they wavered to continue with the force, with SRH bowlers making significant leaps forward.

MI contended energetically with brave endeavours from youthful Tilak Verma, playing a momentous and coarse 64-run knockoff (34); however, his endeavours demonstrated not to be adequate.

Tim David made a good attempt with his going after innings of (42 off 22) unbeaten, yet MI limped to 246/5 in 20  overs.


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