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SRH vs MI Highlights and Match Recap, IPL 2019, Full cricket score: Alzarri Joseph bowls Mumbai Indians to 40-run win

Date: Sunday, 07 April, 2019 00:09 IST Match Status: Match Ended
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

Indian Premier League 2019 Match 19 Match Result Mumbai Indians beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 40 runs

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Kieron Pollard not out 46 26 2 4
Alzarri Joseph not out 0 0 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 34 1
Sandeep Sharma 3 0 20 1
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Sandeep Sharma not out 5 2 1 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Jason Behrendorff 4 0 28 1
Jasprit Bumrah 3 0 16 1

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  • Phew, what a day. 

    CSK with a good win in the afternoon game against Kings XI Punjab, getting back to the winnng ways after loss to Mumbai. But the second game of the night became a fairytale one for a youngster from West Indies, who ended up taking six wickets on his IPL debut, grabbing the best bowling figures in the tournament's history. Mumbai Indians get another two points and move up the ladder. 

    Tomorrow we are set for another double-header. RCB host DC at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru in first game and then we head to Jaipur where RR play KKR. 

    We will catch you back again at 4 PM tomorrow. For now, good night.

  • Alzarri Joseph is Player of the Match (That was too obvious):

    It's a dream start. I was trying to back myself and bowl to the plans. I was told to keep it simple, bowl to my plans. I knew we had a game to win and I focussed just on that. The boys are playing well and putting in the hardwork. 

  • Rohit Sharma, Mumbai Indians captain: Very, very pleased. I thought 136 wasn't a great batting effort, but we held our nerves, kept them guessing and stayed in the game. Sensational bowling effort from Alzarri. To come out and play like that, shows what he's has done in the past. His confidence in playing CPL and West Indies has brought him here. We didn't bat well to start with. We kept losing wickets. We knew it wasn't a 170-180 pitch. But it was under the covers before the match started so it was a bit sticky. So we knew anything around 140 would be good, because we have quality in our bowling. Bulk of the runs have been scored by their top order, not that their middle order is not good but they haven't had much of chance. So we wanted to exploit that. We don't want to be a team who starts off poorly, we want to win games at the start, because we know how difficult it can get towards the end.We needed characters to step up - today was a perfect day for Pollard. Played a crucial knock in getting us to 136 and then Alzarri along with the other bowlers too who chipped in for us.

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Six for 12! Those were Alzarri Joseph’s figures as he engineered a colossal collapse by Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians’ massive 40-run victory in a low-scoring game. His feat earned him the best figures by an IPL debutant (improving on six for 14 by Sohail Tanvir). From 33 without loss in the fourth over, Sunrisers Hyderabad sank to 96 all out in 17.4 overs. The win lifted Mumbai Indians to the top half of the league table behind Chennai Super Kings, Sunrisers Hydrabad and Kolkata Knight Riders. The 46 not out off 26 balls by Kieron Pollard knocked the wind out of the home bowling but it really was Alzarri Joseph’s hostile bowling that set up such an easy win.

  • Incredible feat this!

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Lowest totals for SRH in IPL:

    96 v MI, Hyderabad, 2019*
    113 v MI, Hyderabad, 2015
    118/8 v RPS, Hyderabad, 2016

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Best bowling figures on IPL debut:

    6/12 - Alzarri Joseph*
    5/17 - Andrew Tye
    4/11 - Shoaib Akhtar
    4/26 - Kevon Cooper
    4/33 - David Wiese

  • Bhuvneshwar, SRH captain: I think it started off when we started dropping catch. It could have been easy chase had we applied ourselves. It's difficult to captain with bowling but with experienced players, it becomes easy. When we go into the next match, we will try to improve. 

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Best bowling figures in IPL history:

    6/12 - Alzaari Jospeh, MI v SRH, Hyderabad, 2019*
    6/14 - Sohail Tanvir, RR v CSK, Jaipur, 2008
    6/19 - Adam Zampa, RPS v SRH, Vizag, 2016

  • OUT! He's done it, Joseph gets his sixth wicket. 

    MI win by 40 runs. 

    A fairytale debut for Joseph who has taken six wickets in this game. Madness in Hyderabad and the home team is absolutely shaken. This one pitched on good length and shaped away, taking the edge off Kaul's bat, travelled to keeper. Incredible win for MI, who managed just 136 on the board and have won this by 40 runs. S Kaul c de Kock b Alzarri Joseph 0(1)

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    The mayhem continued and the Sunrisers Hyderabad crumbling batting stood exposed under pressure as Jasprit Bumrah sent back Mohammad Nabi for his first wicket of the night. Moments later, Alzarri Joseph completed a five-for by beating Bhuvneshwar Kumar with pace. It has been a terrific performance by the debutant who took the field in Lasith Malinga’s absence and showed that he read the track well, getting the ball to bounce and with good pace to make life difficult for the home batsmen.

  • Massive moment for the youngster

  • OUT! Can you believe this? Joseph has clean bowled Bhuvneshwar and has picked his fifth wicket. Bhuvneshwar shuffled in his crease and gave a full view of his three stumps to Joseph, who hit the middle stump and almost uprooted it. Five-wicket haul for Joseph on IPL debut. Yes, you read it right. Bhuvneshwar b Alzarri Joseph 2(6)

  • After 17 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 91/8 ( Bhuvneshwar Kumar (C) 2 , Siddarth Kaul 0)

    Bumrah back on. Bowling in these last few overs has been a routine for him now. He knows what to do. Slower ones, yorkers. He does everything. Has removed Nabi. Mumbai inch closer to victory. Hyderabad need 46 runs in 18 balls.

  • OUT! Another wicket, SRH has been stunned here and they have also stunned a few with this lazy batting performance. Bumrah hits the deck and gets bounce, it leads to top-edge off Nabi's bat who was looking to heave, flew in the air and Rohit Sharma completed the easy catch. Nabi c Rohit b Bumrah 11(14)

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Alzarri Joseph has all but stolen Mumbai Indians team-mate Kieron Pollard’s thunder by taking his fourth wicket on debut, having Rashid Khan caught and bowled with the delivery after dismissing Deepak Hooda. He welcomed the Afghanistan batsman with a short-pitched delivery to which Rashid Khan had no answer. The ball found the glove and ballooned for Alzarri Joseph to complete the catch on his follow-through. 

  • After 16 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 89/7 ( Mohammad Nabi 11 , Bhuvneshwar Kumar (C) 0)

    Joseph comes back on. This has been a brilliant show by debutant Joseph. He has given others a lesson or two on how to perform on an IPL debut. Four wickets, including the big one of Warner, for just 7 runs and he is not finished yet. Did not get his hat-trick but would be satisfied. He has been sharp, intelligent and athletic. Bhuvneshwar joins Nabi. They need 48 in 24 balls. Still achievable but momentum is with Mumbai.

  • OUT! Another one for Joseph as he gets his fourth wicket. Short ball, angled in to the new batsman Rashid Khan, fast one and the batsman could not do anything with it, it hit the bat and flew in the air, the bowler completed a running catch. Joseph on a hat-trick. Rashid Khan c and b Alzarri Joseph 0(1)

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Alzarri Joseph kept adding more wonderful memories to remember his IPL debut by when he gained another scalp, bowling Deepak Hooda off the inside-edge to virtually draw the curtains on Sunrisers Hyderabad’s aspirations of securing a fourth successive win. The West Indian paceman’s third wicket drove the home side further back while taking Mumbai Indians closer to a well-deserved victory.

  • OUT! What effort from Joseph, good length, ball comes back in sharply, Hooda heaves but chops it on to the stumps. Big inside edge off his bat. This is the second time in the innings. Warner got out in a similar fashion as well. Hooda b Alzarri Joseph 20(24)

  • After 15 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 84/5 ( Deepak Hooda 19 , Mohammad Nabi 11)

    As expected, Bumrah back into the attack. Off-cutters are back in business. Typical of Bumrah as he starts his final spell of the night. Nabi gets six off the last ball and it was much-needed for SRH. Keeps them afloat in the game. But as history suggests, Bumrah will get better and better from here. Hyderabad need 53 runs in 30 balls.

  • SIX! Last ball of the over, back of the length, slow in pace, does not matter for Nabi, who makes room and clears long-off by a good distance. 

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Sunrisers Hyderabad have a mountain to climb – a certain Jasprit Bumrah will possibly bowl three of the last six overs when the home team need to score at more than 10 runs an over. All is over bar the shouting? There is no doubt that Deepak Hooda and Mohammad Nabi have not been able to even rotate the strike freely against a charged up bowling Mumbai Indians attack that is being backed superbly by their fielders.

  • After 14 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 76/5 ( Deepak Hooda 18 , Mohammad Nabi 4)

    Chahar now finishes off. What a spell from him too. 21 runs in 4 overs and two wickets. More pressure on SRH after the end of 14th over. Boundaries are now hard to come. Bumrah will be back soon. He has three overs left. Hyderabad need 61 runs in 36 balls.

  • After 13 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 73/5 ( Deepak Hooda 17 , Mohammad Nabi 2)

    Behrendorff completes his quota and he bowled really well. 28 runs in his 4 overs and 1 wicket. Rohit Sharma should be happy with this wicket. Boundaries have dried up for SRH. Wickets continue to fall. A small chase has become an uphill task. They need 64 runs in 42 balls.

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Mumbai Indians, apparently down at 97 for seven in their innings before Kieron Pollar’s blitz in the last two overs infused a fighting spirit, forced Sunrisers Hyderabad to stare down the barrel of a gun when Yusuf Pathan was dismissed by Rahul Chahar to a top-edged catch at square-leg. With half the side back in the hut, Sunrisers Hyderabad will reckon that it is Mumbai Indians’ match to lose from hereon. Deepak Hooda will have the Afghan hitters, Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan’s company to pull the rabbit out of the hat now.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Nabi with the bat for SRH in IPL:

    2017 : 2
    2018 : 14, 4
    2019 : 17*

  • After 12 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 68/5 ( Deepak Hooda 13 , Mohammad Nabi 1)

    Rahul Chahar strikes for MI. Pathan has perished and the middle-order of the home side has been exposed here. Chahar almost had another wicket in the over had Rohit Sharma been more alert and agile in the slips. Anyway, MI on top at the moment. Hyderabad need 69 runs in 48 balls.

  • FOUR! This boundary has come after a long time, short from Chahar and Hooda, rocks back and cuts it away for a boundary. 

  • OUT! Poor cricket from SRH and Yusuf Pathan, Loopy delivery from Chahar, asking to be hit or that was the plan from the bowler, Pathan fell for it and slog-sweeped. The ball went straight to Ishant Kishan at backward square leg. Y Pathan c Ishan Kishan b Rahul Chahar 0(4)

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Sunrisers Hyderabad have gone more than four overs without a boundary hit. They have scored only 20 runs since then and lost two wickets. Mumbai Indians bowled and fielded with belief that they can stop the home side from reaching the target. That pressure saw Manish Pandey pull a short ball from Jason Behrendorff to Rohit Sharma inside the circle. Mumbai Indians know that they have to contend with strokeplayers of the caliber of Yusuf Pathan, Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan.

  • After 11 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 61/4 ( Deepak Hooda 7 , Yusuf Pathan 0)

    Behrendorff back on and he has delivered straightaway. Manish Pandey takes the long walk back. Great catch from Rohit. The ball travelled really fast to him and he managed to hold on to it. Yusuf Pathan joins Hooda in the middle. Very important innings for Pathan as well keeping in mind his recent form.

  • OUT! Brilliant catch from Rohit Sharm at mid-wicket, short ball from Behrendorff and Manish Pandey smashes it to mid-wicket, the ball came at a rocket speed to Rohit but he held on to it. Manish Pandey c Rohit b Behrendorff 16(21)

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    10-overs comparison:

    MI : 52/3
    SRH : 59/3

  • After 10 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 59/3 ( Manish Pandey 15 , Deepak Hooda 6)

    Krunal continues. He is bowling tight line and lengths. Manish Pandey and Hooda are usually slow starters and while Mumbai may take a breather here, they can't let the two settle down. 5 run has come in this over. Hyderabad need 78 runs in 60 balls.

  • After 9 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 54/3 ( Manish Pandey 11 , Deepak Hooda 5)

    Pandya junior into the attack. SRH may have lost three key wickets but they are still in this. They need 83 runs in 66 balls. This is also an opportunity for their middle-order to come good in a stiff chase. We got into time-out.

  • After 8 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 47/3 ( Manish Pandey 6 , Deepak Hooda 3)

    Krunal Pandya brought into the attack. MI have started off well and would the slow bowlers to continue the good work. Krunal has begun well. 4 off the over.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Hooda against MI in IPL:

    32*, 9, 17*, 1, 13

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    The sinewy fast bowler Alzarri Joseph boosted Mumbai Indians’ hopes of taking full points from their trip to Hyderabad, despite bowling with a smallish total, by claiming his second scalp. He dismissed Vijay Shankar. He had sent back David Warner with his first delivery and in the following over, he came up with an effort ball that saw the Sunrisers Hyderebad batsman want to send it on orbit. He only managed an outside edge to point where Hardik Pandya held the catch.

  • After 7 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 43/3 ( Manish Pandey 4 , Deepak Hooda 1)

    Joseph has removed Shamkar and SRH innings has been derailed a bit here. Joseph doing it easily here. What an IPL debut it is turning out to be. 

  • OUT! That's the end of Vijay Shankar. Josepth with the second wicket of the night. Short ball, Shankar tries to heave and he has miscued it. The ball goes in the air to point, where Hardik Pandya does not do a Pollard. Shankar c Hardik Pandya b Alzarri Joseph 5(10)

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Indian batting mainstays, Vijay Shankar and Manish Pandey, face an interesting challenge after Mumbai Indians used the power play overs to send back the dangerous opening combination of Jonny Bairstow and David Warner to claw their way back in the game. Rahul Chahar and Alzarri Joseph infused belief in the Mumbai Indians ranks with a wicket each. It could have been worse for the home side had Kieron Pollard not dropped Manish Pandey in the sixth over.

  • After 6 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 39/2 ( Vijay Shankar 5 , Manish Pandey 1)

    Shankar lobs the ball up in the air after an inside edge, which then deflects off his pad. DROPPED! Pollard spills an easy chance at long off to give Pandey a reprieve on 0. To make matters worse for Mumbai, Shankar collects a boundary off the fourth delivery. Six off the over. 

  • FOUR! Cut away behind point by Shankar off a back-of-length delivery from Chahar. SRH 39/2

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Players whose first IPL wicket is David Warner

    Shikhar Dhawan
    Mohit Sharma
    John Hastings
    James Faulkner
    Aniket Choudhary
    Alzaari Joseph*

  • G Rajaraman, senior journalist

    Alzarri Joseph announced his arrival in IPL by bowling David Warner, the most productive overseas batsman in the history of the league, with his first delivery. Sunrisers Hyderabad’s left-handed opener paid the price for not waiting to see if Alzarri Joseph was bowling with nerves for company. He dragged a ball from outside the off-stump to his wicket to give the young fast bowler a memorable present.

  • After 5 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 33/2 ( Vijay Shankar 0 , Manish Pandey 0)

    Alzarri Joseph dismisses David Warner off his very first delivery on IPL debut. Finishes with a wicket-maiden. Cannot think of a better start to one's stint in a league. Mumbai back in the game, with both SRH openers back in the hut. 

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Bairstow has been dismissed by leg-spinners this IPL in each of his five innings now,

    v DC : Tewatia
    v RCB : Chahal
    v RR : Gopal
    v KKR : Chawla
    v MI : Rahul Chahar

  • OUT! Huge blow for SRH. Warner has chopped it on to his stumps. Alzarri Joseph has got wicket on the first ball in his IPL career. What a start to his IPL cricket. Bowled an outside the off stump line length and the ball took the inside edge off the bat and hit the stumps. Warner b Alzarri Joseph 15(13)

  • After 4 overs,Sunrisers Hyderabad 33/1 ( David Warner 15 , Vijay Shankar 0)

    Rahul Chahar comes into the attack and the spinner has struck for MI. Bairstow has been removed. This is a huge wicket for the young spinner. MI in business now.

IPL 12 Match 19 SRH vs MI at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad: MI win by 40 runs.A fairytale debut for Joseph who has taken six wickets in this hame. Madness in Hyderabad and the home team is absolutely shaken, This one pitched on good length and shaped away, taking the edge off Kaul's bat, travelled to keeper.

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IPL 2019, SRH vs MI, Today's Match Preview: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Mumbai Indians (MI) lock horns at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad in the second game of the Saturday double-header, right after the match between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).

Both teams pulled off victories in their previous outings — MI halting CSK's winning run with a 37-run win at the Wankhede Stadium, with SRH posting a five-wicket victory in an away game against Delhi Capitals (DC).

MI were powered to a competitive 170/5 after being asked to bat first by CSK skipper MS Dhoni, thanks mainly to the fireworks provided by Krunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard down the order after a steady knock by Suryakumar Yadav. Chennai lost wickets at regular intervals during their chase, and were always behind the required rate, eventually finishing on 133/8.

Much like Mumbai, Hyderabad were able to tie Delhi down to a sub-par 129/8 thanks to a disciplined effort from their bowling attack. Jonny Bairstow led the way for the Sunrisers with a solid 48, and although the visiting side lost a few wickets in the second half of their innings, they eventually got home with more than an over to spare.

Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians Full Squads:

Sunrisers Hyderabad Team 2019 Players list: David Warner, Jonny Bairstow, Manish Pandey, Deepak Hooda, Shakib Al Hasan, Vijay Shankar, Yusuf Pathan, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Ricky Bhui, Shreevats Goswami, Wriddhiman Saha, Shahbaz Nadeem, Mohammad Nabi, Abhishek Sharma, Basil Thampi, Billy Stanlake.

Mumbai Indians Team 2019 Players list: Rohit Sharma (capt), Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Yuvraj Singh, Kieron Pollard, Lasith Malinga, Rahul Chahar, Ben Cutting, Pankaj Jaiswal, Ishan Kishan, Siddhesh Lad, Evin Lewis, Mayank Markande, Mitchell McClenaghan, Alzarri Joseph, Jason Behrendorff, Anukul Roy, Rasikh Salam, Anmolpreet Singh, Barinder Sran, Aditya Tare, Suryakumar Yadav, Jayant Yadav, Quinton de Kock.

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Updated Date: Apr 07, 2019


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10 6 4 0 12
10 5 5 0 10
10 5 5 0 10
10 4 6 0 8
10 3 7 0 6
10 3 7 0 6
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