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SRH vs GT : Killer Killer David Miller! Sai Sudarshan, the legendary Tamil Nadu player; Gujarat wins

SRH vs GT : Killer Killer David Miller!  Sai Sudarshan, the legendary Tamil Nadu player;  Gujarat wins


With one win and one loss in their last two matches, Gujarat Titans and Sunrisers Hyderabad, aiming for a second win, face off in the 12th match of the IPL at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Sunrisers won the toss and elected to bat first.


Mayank Agarwal and Travis Head came in to bowl Afghanistan’s Omarzai in the first over. Head, who had hit and flown in the previous match, caught the caps perfectly this time and collected 2 fours to get off to a great start with 11 runs in the first over. Umesh Yadav, who bowled the next over, tried to escape without a boundary by putting men in the slips, but head hit the ball in the slot as “stuck stock” with lightning speed and took the boundary. Hesitantly, like an ODI match, someone tried to throw the ball to Mayank Agarwal, who was playing patiently, saying, “It’s a T20 match, bro,” and he was caught at deep square leg.


Abhishek Sharma, who competed with Head last time and added partnership, paired with him. Experienced mantra bowler Rashid Khan came in to bowl his first over in the last over of the Powerplay. Abhishek Sharma hit two consecutive sixes to see if all that magic will work here. 56-1 at the end of 6 overs was the best use of power play by Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Despite hitting some brilliant shots in the first 6 overs, Head struggled to complete some balls. China Man bowler Noor Ahmed, who predicted it accurately, took a clean bolt to fly to the middle stump and took the wicket of Head. Apart from that he conceded only 4 runs in that over. In the context of losing successive wickets, Rashid Khan corrected the mishap in the last over by giving only 4 runs and adjusting the economy economically.


With no boundaries in the last 20 balls, he hit a four in the last ball of the 9th over to end the growing streak. However, after a full lunch, the game moved on in a sluggish state, waiting for heat. Especially in the 10th over of Mohit Sharma, they were knocking a single in a line of 1,1,1,1,1,1. Abhishek Sharma 29(20) skipper Gilliton gate as he tries to bowl the last ball of the over with one hand. SRH reached 74-3 after 10 overs.

Hyderabad’s promising star Clausen, who has hit the most sixes in T20s this year, is next joined by Markram. Starting with a four off his first ball, Noor smashed two consecutive sixes over the cow corner in the 13th over. Kilosonar Clauson in Rashid Khan’s environment before concluding that this time there is complete action block. “Wherever you go, I’ll come,” he said before heading to the dugout to finish his Test innings and walk away Markram 17(19). Abdul Samad, who came in next, hit 2 fours in the first two balls. 122-5 at the end of 15 overs.


Next, GT took up their weapon of death over specialization. A situation arose where SRH bowlers bowled slower balls thinking it was a fast bowler’s ball, like the message of “the man who raised a fox as a dog”. However, the partnership of Shabazz Ahmed and Abdul Samad added 45 runs as the highest partnership of the game by chasing boundaries here and there. Mohit Sharma, who bowled the last over, bowled slower balls without hitting 100kmph, Shabazz Ahmed 22(20), Washington Sundar 0(1) and took wickets in successive balls. Similarly, Abdul Samad was run out for 29(14) while trying to get the 2nd run in the last ball. SRH ended their innings on 162-8 with no player crossing 30 runs.

Gill and Saha opened the second innings with what was expected to be an interesting chase as the pitch was slow. Bhuvneshkumar got off to a great start by conceding only 7 runs in the first over. In the second over, Cummins opted for the spin attack and brought on Shabazz Ahmed. But as punishment for that, a six flew towards mid-wicket. Even though he conceded 11 runs in that over, Cummins trusted him and handed the next over again. Shabazz took Saha’s 23(13) wicket in the first ball to keep his captain’s faith alive. Bhuvnesh Kumar, who came to bowl the last over of the power play, gave only the same 7 runs he gave in the previous over as an action replay. With this, the score reached 52-1 at the end of 6 overs.


Gill, in partnership with Sai Sudarshan, reached 74-1 at the end of 9 overs to ensure the required run-rate did not go above eight. Gill 36(28) in the first ball after the time-out was caught in Marchende’s environment and run out. After this, Sai Sudarsan, who came in with Miller, chased one boundary in the over and brought it to the point where they needed to score 65 runs in 42 balls.

As the game went slowly like Malayalam movies, in the 16th over bowled by Markande, Miller and Sai Sudarsan hit four, 4, 6, 6 boundaries like Hari film sumos. In the next over, Sai Sudarsan 45 (36) was caught by Abhishek Sharma in the first ball bowled by Pat Cummins, but it was a spectacular sun salutation for SRH.


Because the pair of Miller and Vijay Shankar who blasted boundaries in the subsequent overs brought the team to the point where they needed 1 run in the last over. In this way, killer David Miller 44(27) confirmed the victory of Gujarat Titans team by hitting a Himalayan six in 19.1 overs.



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