सनराइज़र्स हैदराबाद vs रॉयल चैलेंजर्स बैंगलोर

समरी, मैच 6, इंडियन प्रीमियर लीग, 2021, April 14, 2021
हैदराबाद 143/9 (20)
रॉयल चैलेंजर्स बैंगलोर ने सनराइज़र्स हैदराबाद को 6 रनों से हराया
बैंगलोर 149/8 (20)
Match over
CRR: 7.45
Commentary :
19.6 : That is it from this game! Bangalore have risen from the ashes and did the unthinkable. Their 2021 season is off to a perfect start as they go top of the table making it 2 wins out of 2. Contrasting start to Hyderabad, they have lost both their opening games and this loss will sting them for a while. The action in the league continues on Thursday, 15th April as two young and new skippers go head-to-head. Sanju Samson's Rajasthan will take on Rishabh Pant's Delhi. That promises to be a fire-crack
For his brilliant batting display in a tough batting pitch, Glenn Maxwell is named the Player of the Match. Maxwell says that it is a new franchise for him and they have given him a specific role. Tells having AB de Villiers behind gives him a bit more freedom and adds his role is very similar to the one he plays for Australia. On what he chats with Kohli out in the middle, Maxwell says that they just share their experience. Tells it was not an easy wicket. Tells Kohli is good at keeping him on
Bangalore skipper, Virat Kohli, says that he is more proud than exhausted. Kohli feels the wicket here will get more challenging. Tells one is never out of the game in such a pitch. He believes they have more bowling options and that helped. Kohli says he told the guys that if they have struggled to get to 149, he says it was not going to be easy. Adds he believed they could defend 150 and credits the bowler's execution. Kohli tells that batting when the ball got old it got difficult. Adds Maxwe
A fantastic bowling display from Bangalore. A side that is always put under the knife for their bowling, it is their bowlers who have ensured that Kohli's side are off to a perfect start. Siraj and Harshal Patel were outstanding as the pair gave away just 50 runs in their 4 overs and finishing with 2 wickets each. Jamieson was expensive but got the big wicket of Warner. The hero, the star, the man whose over turned the game was young Shahbaz Ahmed. His triple wicket shifted the momentum of the g
Chasing a moderate total of 150, Hyderabad lost Saha early. Warner and Manish Pandey though were cruising the chase. The pair added 83-runs with the skipper scoring a brilliant 54. From there the collapse began. Just like Kolkata, Hyderabad capitulated too and lost wickets like nine-pins. Bairstow, Manish Pandey and Samad all fell in one over and the 2016 champions were unable to get 35 in the final 4 overs.
The slow tracks of Chennai have provided thriller yet again. Yesterday it was Mumbai who came back from the dead and today it is Bangalore who have done the same. Is this the year, is this finally the year Bangalore lift the cup? They might just do it. They are off to a perfect start! Hyderabad did not learn from Kolkata's mistake from last night and have gone onto repeat something similarly diabolical.
Earlier in the evening, Bangalore were put into bat. On a track that was not easy to bat on, Bangalore started off well but crumbled in the middle. Maxwell's 59 though proved to be the difference-maker as the Big Show's knock took them to a match-winning total of 149! Hyderabad bowled very well but 39 runs in the final 3 overs proved to be too costly as that ended being the major difference between the sides. 
The man whose triple wicket over changed the tide of the game, Shahbaz Ahmed is up for a chat too. Shahbaz Ahmed says that he was happy with his performance. Adds that AB de Villiers had called for Bairstow's catch so he did not go for that. Mentions that the other catch which he took was not easy.
Bangalore's star in the final over and also the new owner of the Purple cap, Harshal Patel is caught for a chat. He says that he was disappointed with the no balls he bowled. Adds that the captain had faith in him to deliver and he delivered under pressure. Mentions that the wickets fall in the last 5 overs and the game turns there.
David Warner, Hyderabad skipper, says that he is disappointed with the result. Adds that the bowlers did well to restrict Bangalore. Mentions that the batsmen should have applied better to chase this total. Further says that middle order should have played better. Warner also says that they will look to improve and play better in their next game.
Harshal Patel to Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Back of a length on middle, Kumar flicks it through mid-wicket for a single. BANGALORE WIN BY 6 RUNS!
19.4w : Harshal Patel to Rashid Khan, OUT! RUN OUT! Rashid departs! Slower short delivery on middle, Khan pulls it through mid-wicket. The batsmen take a single. They go for the second. Siraj throws it at the keeper's end where AB de Villiers takes the bails off. Replays show that Rashid Khan was nowhere near his crease. Later on, the replays also find that Rashid didn't drag his bat inside the crease while completing the first run. 
19.5w : Harshal Patel to Shahbaz Nadeem, OUT! CAUGHT! Patel gets his second wicket! Short delivery on off, Nadeem looks to go over point but gets a top edge. It goes towards the fielder where Shahbaz Ahmed takes a good catch.
19.4 :  It is going to be Shahbaz Nadeem who will walk out to bat!
19.3 : Harshal Patel to Rashid Khan, Short delivery outside off, Khan looks to pull but misses it.
Harshal Patel to Rashid Khan, NO BALL AND FOUR! High full toss on middle, Khan pulls it over fine leg for a boundary.
19.2 : Harshal Patel to Rashid Khan, Low full toss on off, Rashid slogs it through mid-wicket. Two runs taken.
19.1 : Harshal Patel to Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Yorker on middle, Kumar looks to dig it out but gets an inside edge. It goes towards the leg side. The batsmen take a single.
18.6 : 16 needed off the final over. Harshal Patel is to bowl the final over.
Mohammed Siraj to Rashid Khan, Full toss outside off, Rashid comes forward and looks to drive but gets an outside edge. It goes safely towards the keeper.
18.5 : Mohammed Siraj to Rashid Khan, Short delivery on middle, Khan pulls it through square leg. The batsmen get two runs.
18.4 : Mohammed Siraj to Rashid Khan, Slower delivery on middle, Khan mistimes it towards mid-wicket. The batsmen get two runs.
18.3 : Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the new batsman in.
Mohammed Siraj to Jason Holder, OUT! CAUGHT! Siraj strikes and the ever-dependable, Jason Holder departs as well. Good bowling from Siraj. He cunningly takes the pace off the ball and outfoxes the West Indian. Slower ball which is full on off, Holder looks to go downtown and smack it over long off. He does not time it well due to the lack of pace and hits it straight to Dan Christian. The experienced campaigner makes no mistake and takes  a simple catch.
18.2 : Mohammed Siraj to Rashid Khan, Short and outside off, Khan looks to cut but gets an outside edge. It goes towards short third man where it falls short of the fielder. The batsmen cross ends.
18.16 : Mohammed Siraj to Rashid Khan, SIX! SMACKED! Much-needed! Back of a length delivery outside off. Rashid slaps it with a flat-bat over covers for a biggie. 
17.6 : Rashid Khan walks out to bat! 27 needed off the last two overs. Bangalore scored 26 in the final two overs. Can Hyderabad do one better?
Harshal Patel to Vijay Shankar, OUT! CAUGHT! Harshal Patel gets his first wicket and Hyderabad are crumbling here! Slower delivery on middle, Shankar flicks it over mid-wicket but does not get the distance on it. It goes towards the fielder where Kohli runs forward and takes a good catch.
17.5 : Harshal Patel to Jason Holder, Full delivery on off, Holder digs it out towards short third man for a single.
17.4 : Harshal Patel to Jason Holder, Full toss on middle, Holder slogs it towards long on. The batsmen get two runs.
Harshal Patel to Jason Holder, NO BALL! Full toss down the leg side, Holder looks to slog it but misses it. Free Hit coming up!
17.3 : Harshal Patel to Vijay Shankar, Length delivery on off, Shankar pushes it towards point for a single.
17.2 : Harshal Patel to Jason Holder, Back of a length on off, Holder guides it to point and goes for the single. The fielder goes for a direct hit at the keeper's end but misses it. Shankar was a goner there.
0.0 : Jason Holder is the new man in. Also, Harshal Patel is back on.
17.1 : Harshal Patel to Vijay Shankar, Full on middle, Shankar flicks it through mid-wicket for a single.
16.6w : Shahbaz Ahmed to Abdul Samad, OUT! CAUGHT! What an over this has turned out to be! Three wicket in the over and this has made Bangalore the favourites now, surely. This is poor cricket from Hyderabad. Another batsman tries to play across the line and falls. He saw what happened to the other batters who tried it in this over and Samad makes the same mistake. Probably the adrenaline of the youngster got the better of him. Floated on off, Samad  looks to slog it over on the side. He gets a t
16.5 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Abdul Samad, Tossed up delivery on middle, Samad keeps it out.
16.2 : Hat-trick ball. Who will come out to bat now? It is Vijay Shankar!
16.4 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Vijay Shankar, Floated delivery on middle, Shankar flicks it through mid-wicket for a single.
16.3 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Vijay Shankar, Flighted delivery on off, Shankar defends it off the front foot.
0.0 : Who will walk out to bat now? It is the talented, Abdul Samad!
16.2w : Shahbaz Ahmed to Manish Pandey, OUT! CAUGHT! Two-in-two and Hyderabad are doing the exact same thing Kolkata did. They are panicking. Manish Pandey, the man who was well-set, the man who should have seen off the game is out of here too. This is poor cricket from Manish. Flighted delivery on off, Manish too looks to hit it across the line. He gets a top edge too. This one goes towards backward point. Harshal Patel there keeps his eyes on the ball and takes the catch.
0.0 : STRATEGIC TIME-OUT! 35 needed in 24 balls and regularly this would look like an easy chase but we have seen what happened at this exact venue last night.  Bangalore will believe they can pull off the heist. Hyderabad are still in pole position and if they fail to get over the one from here they will be fuming with themselves. A thrilling finale awaits us in this game.
16.1w : Shahbaz Ahmed to Jonny Bairstow, OUT! CAUGHT! Shahbaz Ahmed has done the damage right after the break. AB de Villiers, he failed to deliver with the bat but he has taken a very good catch. A catch that is very crucial. Floated delivery on middle and off. Bairstow looks to slog his sweep across the line. He gets a tp edge which goes towards short mid-wicket. AB de Villiers calls for the skier. He has the glove, he calls for it and manages to take the catch. 
15.6 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Jonny Bairstow, Short on middle, Bairstow pulls it against the spin to the left of deep mid-wicket and keeps the strike.
15.5 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Jonny Bairstow, Shorter outside off, Bairstow cuts it through cover-point and gets two as Devdutt Padikkal cleans it up from sweeper cover.
15.4 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Jonny Bairstow, Flat and short on off. Bairstow slaps his punch but straight back to the bowler.
15.3 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Short and spinning away. Manish runs it down with the spin to third man for a single.
15.2 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Jonny Bairstow, Excellent running! Tossed up leg spinner on leg. Bairstow stays leg side of the pitch and flicks it to the on side. He calls for two and pushes Manish for it. The throw is at the bowler's end. Kohli fails to hold onto the throw and they go for the third too.
15.1 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Jonny Bairstow, Short on middle, Bairstow punches it but finds cover.
Yuzvendra Chahal is back on.
14.6 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Jonny Bairstow, Floated on middle, Bairstow knocks it away from long on and trudges to the other end. He will keep the strike. Do not go anywhere as this game is far from over. Hyderabad still need 42 from 30 balls.
14.5 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Manish Pandey, Shorter and quicker on middle. Pandey flicks it to the on side and takes a quick single. 
14.4 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Manish Pandey, IN THE AIR BUT SAFE! Floated delivery on off, it is bowled very slow and given a lot of air. Pandey comes down the track and looks to go downtown. He does not time it at all. He miscues it high in the air but luckily for him it falls at no man's land in extra cover. Two runs taken.
14.3 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Jonny Bairstow, Good quick running! Round arm action delivery on middle. Bairstow taps it to cover and takes a quick run.
14.2 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Jonny Bairstow, Slower and flighted on middle. Bairstow pushes it back to the bowler. 
14.1 : Shahbaz Ahmed to Manish Pandey, Flatter on off, Manish Pandey dabs it to the left of short third man for a single.
13.6 : Shahbaz Ahmed is into the attack.
Kyle Jamieson to Jonny Bairstow, FOUR! Excellent shot to get off the mark and finish the over. Short ball on middle, once again it is the off-pace delivery. Bairstow waits for it and pulls it using his wrists away from deep mid-wicket for a boundary.
13.5 : Kyle Jamieson to Jonny Bairstow, Length delivery on middle. It is the slower one. Bairstow turns it to mid-wicket. Pandey wanted the single but does not get it.
13.4 : Kyle Jamieson to Jonny Bairstow, Length ball on off, Bairstow punches it but finds cover.
13.3 : Kyle Jamieson to Jonny Bairstow, On the pads, Bairstow looks to flick but he misses and the ball goes off his thigh pad fine down the leg side. Brace taken.
13.2 : Jonny Bairstow is the new batsman in.
Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, OUT! CAUGHT! Warner departs and is this the turning point in this game? The return of Kyle Jamieson does the trick as the dangerous and more importantly, well set Warner is back to the dugout. We saw something similar last game as Mumbai came from the dead to win the game, can Banglaore do the same here? Another slower short ball. This one sticks in the surface too. Warner looks to slam it over long on but does not time it well and hits it to the fielder the
13.1 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, Almost chopped on! Short ball which is slower in pace. Warner looks to pull but gets an inside edge onto the pads. 
Kyle Jamieson is back on.
12.6 : Dan Christian to David Warner, Short of a length on middle, Warner pulls it through mid-wicket for a single.
12.5 : Dan Christian to David Warner, PLAY AND A MISS! Slower ball on off, Warner looks to guide it but misses it.
12.4 : Dan Christian to Manish Pandey, Short delivery on middle, Pandey pulls it through square leg for a run.
12.3 : Dan Christian to David Warner, Short ball outside off, Warner cuts it towards third man for a single.
12.2 : Dan Christian to David Warner, Back of a length on off, Warner punches it past the bowler where it hits the stumps at the other end. It goes towards mid on. The batsmen get two runs.
12.1 : Dan Christian to David Warner, NOT OUT! Warner is safe! Full delivery outside off, Warner smashes it through covers. The batsmen take a singe. They go for the second. The fielder in the deep throws it at the keeper's end where de Villiers takes the bails off. It is referred upstairs. Replays show that Warner's bat was grounded.
11.6 : Run out chance! David Warner is the man in question. Replays show that Warner's bat is grounded and the dive saves him there.
Daniel Christian is on.
Harshal Patel to David Warner, Full delivery on off, Warner drives it towards covers where the fielder misfields and concedes a run.
11.5 : Harshal Patel to Manish Pandey, Full toss on middle, Pandey flicks it through square leg for a single.
11.4 : Harshal Patel to Manish Pandey, Yorker on middle, Pandey does well to dig it out.
11.3 : Harshal Patel to Manish Pandey, BEATEN! Slower delivery on middle, Pandey looks to push but misses it. It goes safely towards the keeper.
11.2 : Harshal Patel to Manish Pandey, Length delivery on middle, Pandey pushes it back towards the bowler.
11.1 : Harshal Patel to Manish Pandey, Yorker on middle, Pandey does well to dig it out.
10.6 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Flighted delivery on middle, Warner blocks it off the front foot.
10.5 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Full on middle, Pandey pushes it through mid on for a single.
10.4 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Loopy delivery on off, Warner guides it towards third man for a single.
10.34 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, FOUR! Nicely swept! Flighted delivery on middle, Warner sweeps it through square leg for a boundary.
10.2 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Googly on middle, Warner looks to push but gets an inside edge. It goes towards the leg side.
10.14 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, FOUR! Nice improvisation! Floated delivery on middle, Warner plays a reverse sweep through point for a boundary.
9.6 : Harshal Patel to David Warner, Full toss on middle, Warner pushes it towards mid on for a single.
9.5 : Harshal Patel to David Warner, Length ball on off, Warner punches it to point.
9.4 : Harshal Patel to David Warner, Back of a length on off, Warner looks to pull but misses it.
9.3 : Harshal Patel to Manish Pandey, Length delivery on middle, Pandey pushes it through mid on for a run.
9.2 : Harshal Patel to David Warner, Short delivery on off, Warner cuts it towards point where the fielder fumbles and concedes a single.
9.14 : Harshal Patel to David Warner, FOUR! That is smashed! Full delivery on off, Warner drives it hard through mid off for a boundary.
8.6 : Harshal Patel is into the attack.
STRATEGIC TIME-OUT! Hyderabad have lost just one wicket and the partnership between Warner and Pandey is going strong for them. Pandey has played some good shots and Warner is supporting him well. On the other hand, Bangalore need quick wickets to put pressure on Hyderabad.
Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Floated delivery on off, Pandey keeps it out.
8.5 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Tossed up ball on off, Pandey pushes it to covers.
8.4 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Googly on off, Pandey looks to push but gets an outside edge. It goes wide of first slip towards third man for a single.
8.3 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Full delivery on off, Pandey hits it over mid off for a single.
8.2 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Tossed up delivery on off, Pandey pushes it through covers for a run.
8.1 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Flighted delivery on middle, Warner sweeps it through mid-wicket for a single.
7.6 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, On middle, Pandey flicks it to mid-wicket.
7.5 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, Flighted ball on middle, Pandey pushes it back towards the bowler.
7.46 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, SIX! That is hammered! Floated delivery on middle, Pandey lofts it over long on for a maximum.
7.3 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, Tossed up delivery on off, Pandey looks to flick but misses it and gets hit on the pads. The bowler appeals for lbw but the umpire shakes his head.
7.2 : Washington Sundar to David Warner, Short delivery on off, Warner pushes it through mid off for a single.
7.1 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, Flighted delivery on middle, Pandey flicks it through square leg for a single.
6.6 : Washington Sundar is back on.
Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Flighted delivery on middle, Warner sweeps it to short fine leg. 7 runs from the over!
6.5 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, On middle, Warner flicks it to mid-wicket.
6.4 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Short delivery on off, Pandey punches it through covers for a single.
6.3 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, Floated delivery on off, Pandey pushes it to covers.
6.24 : Yuzvendra Chahal to Manish Pandey, FOUR! Tossed up delivery on off, Pandey looks to defend but gets an outside edge. It goes towards third man for a boundary.
6.1 : Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, Short delivery on off, Warner pushes it towards point for a single.
Yuzvendra Chahal to David Warner, WIDE! Short delivery down the leg side, Warner looks to pull but misses it.
5.6 : Mohammed Siraj to David Warner, Single to end the Powerplay. Good one for Hyderabad. They are 50/1 at the end of first phase. On the pads, Warner works it to fine leg for a single and keeps the strike. Expensive third over from the other end for Siraj. 12 off it. Hyderabad need another 100 from 14 overs.
5.54 : Mohammed Siraj to David Warner,  FOUR! This time over the on side. Slightly shorter on middle and off, Warner hangs on his back foot and pulls it on front of square on the leg side. He does not time it well but gets it over the in-field. Gets a boundary and Warner is taking a liking for Siraj here.
5.44 : Mohammed Siraj to David Warner, FOUR! Magnificently placed! Not a bad ball at all. This is on off and on a length. Warner waits for it and places it away from short third man and gets a boundary. Brilliant shot.
5.3 : Mohammed Siraj to David Warner, Excellent running! Warner is quick between the wickets and Manish Pandey is a fit lad as well. Good length ball on off, Warner runs it down away from deep point. He runs the first one hard and pushes Pandey for a second. He responds and they get it. 
5.2 : Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, Good length delivery on middle and off. Still no room from Siraj to work with. Pandey taps it with a flat-bat to cover for one.
5.1 : Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, Good bowling and he has bowled his heart out so far in this game. Bouncer and a well-directed one.It is around the body, Pandey ducks under it.
4.6 : Who will bowl the final over of the Powerplay? It will be Siraj who will come from the other end.
Washington Sundar to David Warner, Flat and short on middle and leg. Cramps Warner for room. He still manages to punch it but cannot go past short extra cover. 6 off Sundar's first.
4.5 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, Short on middle, Pandey knocks it to long on and rotates.
Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, WIDE! Washington comes over the wicket but misses his line as he turns this too much and it goes down the leg side. Pandey leaves it alone.
4.44 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, FOUR! Too short and Pandey punsishes it! Too short on leg. Pandey is quick to latch onto it. He goes on the back foot and pulls it over square leg for a boundary.
4.3 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, On the pada, Pandey flicks it uppishly but on a bounce to short square leg.
4.2 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, Floated on middle and off, Manish defends it.
4.1 : Washington Sundar to Manish Pandey, Sundar starts with a flat and short ball on middle. Pandey blocks it.
3.66 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, SIX! Superb from Warner! A very expensive over from Jamieson and that has released a lot of pressure that was building.  17 off the over. Short ball on the body. It stays nice and around the hip height. Warner swivels it over fine leg. The fielder is inside the circle at fine leg so no risk and the ball also goes all the way for a biggie.
3.5 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, Better from Jamieson! Pulls his length back and bowls it on middle and leg. Warner keeps it out!
3.44 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, FOUR! Thumped away! Jamieson once again goes full and gets punished. This time the New Zealander also allows width. Warner frees his arms and smacks it over cover for a boundary. 
3.3 : Kyle Jamieson to Manish Pandey, Smart cricket! A decisive hit is followed by a delicate single. Jamieson goes back to the hard length. It is around off, Pandey dabs it to third man for one.
3.26 : Kyle Jamieson to Manish Pandey, SIX! Cracking shot! Manish Pandey with a glamorous hit! Jamieson goes slightly fuller on middle and leg. Pandey shows no respect and quickly pounces on it. He clears his front leg and slogs it over mid-wicket for a biggie. 
3.1 : Kyle Jamieson to Manish Pandey, Good length delivery on off. Nice staright stump-to-stump bowling from Bangalore so far. Pandey keeps it out. 
2.6 : Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, Fabulous over from Siraj. First run off the bat from his 2 overs. Just 2 off it and also the wicket of Saha. The last ball is on a length on off, Pandey punches it away from mid off and gets a single to keep the strike and get off the mark.
2.5 : Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, Another dot. Good length delivery on middle. Manish Pandey defends it.
Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, WIDE! There was an appeal but the umpire has signaled it as wide. A pacy bouncer outside off. Pandey looks to pull but misses. There is an appeal but the umpire is not keen. The umpire thinks it is an overcooked bouncer and stretches his arms to signal it as wide. Kohli is not too pleased and cannot believe it that it has been wided.
2.4 : Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, Good bowling. Keeping things tight here. Length delivery on off, Manish Pandey defends it on the off side.
2.3 : Mohammed Siraj to Manish Pandey, Siraj continues to bowl Test match line and length. It is on off, Manish Pandey starts with a watchful defense towards mid on.
2.2 : Manish Pandey walks out at number 3!
Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, OUT! CAUGHT! Straight into the hands of backward point. Saha was struggling against Siraj and Siraj's fantastic bowling gets the reward it deserved! First time he offers width to Saha as he bowls it on a length outside off. Saha frees his arms and cuts it hard. He hits it uppishly and finds Glenn Maxwell to perfection at backward point. The Big Show makes no mistake as he takes a good catch. Early blow for Hyderabad and Bangalore have the start they wante
2.1 : Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, Tight and tidy bowling from Siraj. Bowls it on a length on off, it comes back in to the right-hander. Saha defends it off the inner half of his bat.
1.6 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, Dot to finish the over. Good length delivery on off, Warner taps it to cover and shouts a loud no.
1.54 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, FOUR! First boundary of the innings and just like the first innings, it is the skipper who gets it. Shortish ball on middle. It comes back in a bit. Warner swivels his pull with the swing and gets it through square leg for a boundary. 
1.4 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, Good fielding from Siraj! Length ball just outside off. Warner lashes onto the cut and gets it through point. Siraj runs to his left from third man and puts in a very good dive. Shows full commitment to try and save runs for his side. He does well as replays find his save to be clean. The batsmen get two runs.
1.1 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, WIDE! Faulty start for Jamieson! He misses his line and bowls it too far outside off. It is on the wrong side of the tramline. Warner leaves it alone.
1.3 : Kyle Jamieson to Wriddhiman Saha, Saha is off the mark! Full ball on off, Saha knocks it to long on and gets a single.
0.6 : Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR BYES! An absolute peach of a delivery to finish the over. It has beaten everyone and everything. Good length delivery pitching outside off. Saha looks to drive it away from his body but this one comes in back sharply and keeps going away. It misses the stumps, beats de Villiers and goes to the fine leg fence. 
0.5 : Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, Ohh! This is brilliant stuff from Siraj and Saha is lucky as this ball has gone just over the stumps. Good length delivery pitching on middle and off and coming back in. Saha looks to punch it through the off side but it hits the top of the bat, bounces on the pitch behind him and lobs over the stumps.
0.4 : Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, Good start from Siraj here. This one he hits the deck hard and makes the ball come back in. Saha taps it behind point and is eager to get to the other end. Warner though does not take the risky run.
0.3 : Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, Swing and a miss! Fullish ball but fuller than the previous delivery. It is outside off and swings away. Saha goes for the drive this time but misses.
1.2 : Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, Good ball! Jamieson makes the ball comes back in to the southpaw. It is on middle and leg. Cramps Warner for room. He taps it late to the side of the pitch and takes a quick single to get the first run of the bat in this innings.
Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, Good length delivery on middle and leg. Cramps Saha for room. He taps it to point. 
0.1 : Mohammed Siraj to Wriddhiman Saha, Hint of swing for Siraj first up! Full ball pitching outside off. Tempts Saha to drive first up. The ball shapes away. Saha is calm and shoulders arms to it. 
Kyle Jamieson to David Warner, Good length ball on off, Warner keeps it out.
0.6 : Kyle Jamieson to bowl from the other end.