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Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore for the second time in the season.

In the 52nd match of the 13th season of IPL, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 5 wickets. This is Sunrisers sixth win in the season. The team has reached the top-4 of the points table. With this, Hyderabad became the frontrunner of the fourth team of the play-offs. Despite the defeat, Bangalore remains at number two. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …

On the ground of Sharjah, Bengaluru lost the toss and gave a target of 121 runs while batting first. In response, Hyderabad lost 121 wickets in 14.1 overs, scoring 121 runs.

Riddhiman and Manish handled the innings
Sunrisers started off chasing the target, but it was not a good start. On 10 runs, the team lost the first wicket as captain David Warner (8). After this, opener Wriddhiman Saha took over the innings by partnering 50 runs for the second wicket with Manish Pandey. Saha scored 39 and Manish scored 26 runs.

Finally all-rounder Jason Holder played an unbeaten innings of 26 off 10 balls. For Bengaluru, Yuzvendra Chahal took the maximum of 2 wickets. He sent Riddhiman and Manish to the pavilion. Apart from these, Washington Sundar, Navdeep Saini and Isuru Udana got 1-1 wickets.

Sandeep and Holder took 2-2 wickets

Bengaluru scored 120 runs losing 7 wickets. Josh Philip scored the highest 32 runs off 31 balls. Apart from these, AB de Villiers scored 24 and Washington Sundar scored 21 runs. Sandeep Sharma and Jason Holder took 2–2 wickets each for Hyderabad. Apart from these, T Natarajan, Shahbaz Nadeem and Rashid Khan took 1-1 wickets.

Bengaluru’s poor start
RCB started poorly. The team had lost 2 wickets for 28 runs. Both the successes came to fast bowler Sandeep Sharma. He bowled opener Devdutt Padikkal (5). After this Virat Kohli (7) was caught out by Kane Williamson. After this, Josh Philip scored 32 runs and AB de Villiers scored 24 runs. There was a 43-run partnership for the third wicket between the two.

Philip was caught by Rashid Khan at the hands of Manish Pandey. At the same time, Abhishek took the catch of de Villiers at Shahbaz Nadeem’s ball. Washington Sundar (21) was caught by T Natarajan on his own ball and sent to the pavilion.

Sandeep bowls out Kohli for a record 7th time

Sandeep Sharma sent Virat Kohli for a record 7th time in the IPL. With this, he also equaled the record of dismissing the most number of batsmen in the league. Earlier, Zaheer Khan has also dismissed Mahendra Singh Dhoni 7 times. Kohli scored 68 runs in 12 innings against Sandeep and was dismissed 7 times.

Performance of expensive and cheap players
Captain Kohli was the most expensive player in Bengaluru’s playing XI. The franchise will give them Rs 17 crore for the season. Kohli scored 7 runs off 7 balls. At the same time, Josh Phillip and Devdutt Padikkal were the cheapest players with 20-20 lakh rupees. Philip scored 32 and Padikkal scored 5 runs.

Captain Warner was the most expensive player in the Sunrisers team. The team will give him 12.50 crores of a season. Warner scored 8 runs off 5 balls. At the same time, T Natarajan was the cheapest player with a price of Rs 40 lakhs. He took 1 wicket for 11 runs in 4 overs.

Two changes in the playing eleven of RCB

Captain David Warner made a change in the playing XI. Abhishek Sharma got the chance to replace Vijay Shankar. There were two changes in the Bangalore team. Navdeep Saini and Isuru Udana return. Dale Steyn and Shivam Dubey were ruled out.

Foreign players in both teams
Bengaluru’s playing XI got foreign players like Josh Phillip, AB de Villiers, Chris Morris and Isuru Udana. The Hyderabad team consists of captain David Warner, including Kane Williamson, Jason Holder and Rashid Khan.

Hyderabad won the title 2 times
Hyderabad has played the finals three times (2009, 2016, 2018) so far. In which he won 2 times (2009, 2016) and lost once (2018). At the same time, Delhi is the only team that could not play the final till now. At the same time, RCB played the final under the captaincy of Anil Kumble in 2009 and Daniel Vettori in 2011. The team also reached the final under Virat’s captaincy in 2016.

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