IPL-11: Bengaluru beat Hyderabad by 14 runs, Virat’s team reached number 5 in the points table
Hyderabadi included Basil Thampi in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar Right there, Bengaluru did not make any changes.
In the 51st match of IPL-11, Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 14 runs. With this victory, Bengaluru reached the seventh place in the table in fifth position. In reply to 219 runs, Hyderabad could score 204 runs in 3/20 in 20 overs. Captain Ken Williamson scored 81 and Manish Pandey scored 62. This is William VIII’s Fifth season this season. Earlier, batting with the toss, Bengaluru scored 218 for 6 in 20 overs. AB de Villiers 69 and Moin Ali scored 65 runs.
Bengaluru reached number five in the points table
Virat Kohli’s team won 2 points by winning this match. Now it has 12 points in 13 matches. To remain in the playoffs race, it was necessary to win this match. At the same time, Hyderabad remained at number one with 18 points.
– Moin put his first Fifty in the IPL. De Villiers was given the Man of the Match Award for his Fifty. Chasing the target, Sunrise Hyderabad scored its biggest score. Earlier, in 2017, the Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium had scored 191 runs.
Williamson-Manish’s Centennial Partnership
– The start of Hyderabad’s pursuit of goal was good. Alex Hales and Shikhar Dhawan shared 47 runs for the first wicket. After that, Hales 37 and Dhawan scored 18 runs. After both were dismissed, Williamson and Manish Pandey shared 135 runs.
Rashid Khan bowled Kohli
– Toss tossed to bat, Bengaluru’s start was not good. In the first over, the wicket fell. Parthiv Patel was dismissed by Sandeep Sharma for 1. After that Rashid Khan bowled captain Virat Kohli for 8 runs. Mandeep Singh was run out by 4 runs.
– De Villiers and Moin Ali scored 19 runs in the first over of Basil Thampi. De Villiers imposed a 105-meter haul in the second over of Thampi The ball went out of the stadium. Colin de Grandhom scored 40 runs from 17 balls in the last over.
The most expensive bowler made Thampi
– Basil Thampi 4 runs in 4 overs today. They did not get any wickets He has become India’s most expensive bowler in T20 history. Earlier, Bangalore’s Srinath Arvind gave away 69 runs in 2011.