SRH vs LSG Match Report: Nicholas Pooran snatched the match by raining sixes, Lucknow won with a strong comeback

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SRH vs LSG Match Report: Nicholas Pooran snatched the match by raining sixes, Lucknow won with a strong comeback

There was a 73-run partnership between Stoinis and Prerak Mankad.Image Credit source: BCCI

Hyderabad: After Rinku Singh’s 5 sixes in the last over, once again IPL 2023 saw 5 sixes in a single over, which changed the course of the match. Lucknow Super Giants On the basis of these 5 sixes, returning in the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad, won by 7 wickets. Along with this, the team led by Krunal Pandya made a strong comeback in the playoff race.

Hyderabad was leading in this match till the 15th over, but then a decision by Hyderabad captain Aiden Markram backfired. He handed the ball to left-arm spinner Abhishek Sharma and the match turned from here. In this over, first Marcus Stoinis hit 2 sixes. Then he got out. Nicholas Pooran, who came after him, made a tremendous comeback for the team by hitting 3 consecutive sixes. Total 31 runs came from this over.

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Lucknow’s slow start

Although the beginning was not good for Lucknow and Kyle Mayers was dismissed after scoring only 2 runs in 14 balls. Quinton Dickock (29), however, played a strong inning and was supported by Prerak Mankad, who was playing only his second match this season. There was a partnership of 42 runs between the two. Dickock’s wicket raised hopes for Hyderabad. His bowlers had tightened their knuckles.

Mankad-Stoinis and Puran’s havoc

However, Mankad and Marcus Stoinis shared a 73-run partnership to raise hopes of the team’s comeback. Stoinis (40) tried to increase the pace of runs, which paid off. He was dismissed after hitting two sixes in the 16th over, but then Puran’s attack was seen. After collecting 31 runs in the 16th over, Lucknow’s victory seemed certain. Mankad (64 not out) meanwhile completed the first half-century, while Puran scored 44 runs (3 fours, 5 sixes) in just 13 balls to give the team a memorable victory.

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Hyderabad missed by a big score

However, the Hyderabad batsmen had started well. Despite the early dismissal of Abhishek Sharma (7), Anmolpreet Singh (37) and Rahul Tripathi (20) increased the pace of runs. Both crossed 50 in the powerplay. Both were out till the 9th over but Hyderabad was scoring runs at a rate of more than 9 runs per over.

Then the partnership of captain Eden Markram (28) and Heinrich Klaasen was getting bigger but in the 13th over, Krunal (2/24) piled Markram and Glenn Phillips on consecutive balls. The pace of runs decreased slightly from here. Klaasen (47) then hit some fine boundaries and along with Abdul Samad (37 not out) took the team to 182 runs. In the last 2 overs, the team could not score much runs and its effect was seen on the score.

Controversial decisions of umpires

Sunrisers Hyderabad had to fall victim to some controversial decisions by the umpires, which also affected their score. In the 19th over, the decision to give no ball to a full toss above the waist was changed by the third umpire. On which there was a ruckus from the ground to the audience. Then in the 20th over, the decision of not giving wide to the bouncer above the head was also shocking and Hyderabad could reach only 182 runs.

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