It was a night to forget for Hardik Pandya as Mumbai Indians captain on Thursday as his team conceded 277/3 in 20 overs – the most by team in IPL history. Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) clinched a 31-run win over Mumbai Indians (MI) in the high-scoring Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on Wednesday. After SunRisers Hyderabad scored 277/3, Rohit Sharma (26 runs from 12 balls) and Ishan Kishan (34 balls from 13 balls) opened for the visitors and gave the Mumbai-based franchise a fiery start. However, two quick dismissals helped Hyderabad to make a comeback in the match.

Tilak Varma (64 runs from 34 balls) was the only standout batter for Mumbai. He slammed two fours and six sixes at a strike rate of 188.24 during his time on the crease.

Tim David (42 runs from 22 balls) tried to make a partnership with Tilak but still failed to chase the high scoring target.

Jaydev Unadkat and Pat Cummins led Hyderabad bowling attack as they scalped two wickets each in their respective spells. Shahbaz Ahmed picked up one wicket in his 3 over spell and helped the hosts clinch a 31-run win in the game.

A video has gone viral where Hardik Pandya can be seen running towards the boundary line with Rohit Sharma telling him something. The commentators can be heard saying: “Rohit’s involvement is being seen. Hardik Pandya is going to the boundary line to field.”

The video went viral, especially after in the first match of MI, Pandya could be seen telling Rohit to go to the boundary line.

Earlier in the inning, MI skipper Hardik Pandya won the toss and asked the hosts, SRH, to bat first at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.

Openers Mayank Aggarwal and Travis Head came out to bat. Both the batters played attacking shots from the start of the innings. They built a partnership of 45 runs in just 4 overs before Mayank was dismissed on the first ball of the innings by Hardik. He was able to score 11 runs.

SRH completed their fifty in the 4.4 overs Head slammed a boundary on the bowling of Pandya. After Mayank’s dismissal, Abhishek Sharma came out to bat. He along with Head built a partnership of 68 runs from just 23 balls. Head was sent back to the pavilion after playing an outstanding knock of 62 runs in 24 balls which was laced with nine fours and three sixes in the innings.

The hosts touched the 100-run nark on the last ball of the seventh over as Abhishek smashed a six to leg-spinner Piyush Chawla.

After Head’s wicket, former SRH skipper Aiden Markram came to support Abhishek. Both the batters played brilliantly and put on a partnership of 48 runs in just 19 balls before Abhishek was dismissed after playing a marvellous innings of 63 runs in just 23 balls with the help of seven maximums and three boundaries.

The Hyderabad franchise completed the 150-run mark on the second ball of the 11th over as the left-hand batter took a single on the bowling of Chawla. After Abhishek’s wicket, Klassen came into the middle to bat along with Markram.

Both of them built an unbeaten partnership of 116 runs off just 55 balls. Klassen remained unbeaten on 80 from 34 with seven maximums and four boundaries.

The SRH team completed their 200 runs on the fourth ball of the 15th over as Klassen slammed a maximum on the bowling of right-arm seamer Jasprit Bumrah and completed the 250-run mark in the 19th over.

For MI, one wicket each was taken by Pandya, Gerald Coetzee, and Chawla in their spells where they conceded 46, 57, and 34 runs respectively.

Brief score: Sunrisers Hyderabad 277/3 (Heinrich Klaasen 80*, Abhishek Sharma 63, Travis Head 62; Hardik Pandya 1/46) beat Mumbai Indians 246/5 (Tilak Varma 64, Tim David 42*, Ishan Kishan 34; Pat Cummins 2/35).

With ANI inputs

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