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MI vs SRH : Tilak Verma's fight fails; Hyderabad won by 31 runs leader

Leaders Online Desk: In the match against Hyderabad, Mumbai captain Hardik's decision to bowl after winning the toss cost him dearly. Batting first, Hyderabad scored the highest score of 277 in the history of IPL thanks to a storming innings by Klaassen (80), Abhishek Sharma (63), Head (62), and Markram (42). Mumbai's Tilak Verma's fight in chasing this challenge failed. In bowling, Hyderabad's accurate bowling allowed Mumbai to score 246 runs in the allotted 20 overs. With this, Hyderabad beat Mumbai by 31 runs to get their first win of the tournament. (MI vs SRH)

Highest score in IPL history

Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Mumbai Indians by 31 runs in the eighth match of IPL 2024. This is Hyderabad's first win in this tournament and many records were broken. Under the leadership of Pat Cummins, the team posted the highest total in IPL history. The team scored 277 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 20 overs, in reply to which Mumbai managed to score 246 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs. With this win, Hyderabad moved up to the third position in the points table, while Mumbai slipped to the ninth position after losing two matches in a row.

Fast start from Rohit-Ishaan

Mumbai got off to a good start chasing the target set by Hyderabad. Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan shared a partnership of 56 runs for the first wicket. This partnership was broken by Shahbaz Ahmed. He dismissed Ishan Kishan on the second ball of the fourth over. He scored 34 runs off 13 balls in his innings. At the same time, Rohit Sharma also returned after scoring 26 runs in the fifth over. Naman Dhir, who came in to bat at number three, batted well and put on a huge partnership of 84 runs for the third wicket with Tilak Verma. Jaydev Undkat broke this partnership in the 11th over.

Skipper Hardik's flop performance again

Tilak Verma scored 64 runs in his innings. In this he hit two fours and six sixes. Hardik Pandya, who came to bat at number five, could not perform particularly well. He scored only 24 runs off 20 balls. Tim David and Romario Shepherd remained unbeaten on 42 and 15 respectively in the match. Captain Cummins and Jaydev Unadkat took two wickets each for Hyderabad. At the same time Shahbaz Ahmed got success.

Historic achievement of Hyderabad

Under the leadership of Pat Cummins, Hyderabad scored the highest total in IPL history. Hyderabad broke RCB's 11-year-old record in this regard. Hyderabad scored 277 for the loss of three wickets in 20 overs against Mumbai and set a target of 278 for victory against Mumbai.

Batting first, Hyderabad's Travis Head got off to a strong start. He shared a partnership of 45 runs with Mayank Agarwal for the first wicket. Agarwal returned to the pavilion with 11 runs. Abhishek Sharma, who came in to bat at number three, put on a 68-run partnership with Head for the second wicket. Head scored 62 runs off 24 balls with the help of nine fours and three sixes. He completed his half century in 18 balls. At the same time Abhishek Sharma scored 63 runs hitting three fours and seven sixes in his innings.

The Mumbai Indians bowlers were well washed by the Hyderabad batsmen. An unbeaten partnership of 116 runs between Henrik Klaassen and Aidan Markram took the team to 277 runs. Markram scored 42 runs off 28 balls while Henrik Klaasen scored 80 runs off 34 balls at a strike rate of 235.29. Four fours and seven sixes came from his bat during this powerful innings. Hardik Pandya, Gerald Coetzee and Piyush Chawla took one wicket each for Mumbai.

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