With the inclusion of two new teams in this year’s IPL season, everyone’s happiness was doubled. At first glance, these two songs are doing better than expected. In this, Lucknow Super Giants have now shown their talent by defeating SRH. Avesh Khan played a very interesting game. Cricket fans are happy to see that.
Became the first team to lose while chasing runs.
The 12th match of the Indian Premier League was played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Lucknow Super Giants team at DY Patil Stadium, where the Kane Williamson-led Hyderabad team finally seemed to be on their way to victory but Avesh Khan changed the match in the 18th over and the Hyderabad team, who were on their way to victory, had to face defeat in the second match in a row. The LSG has taken a brilliant turn towards the win. In the context of the last 10 matches, the Sunrisers Hyderabad team has got only one win, while this is the first win in the last 9 matches. Sunrisers Hyderabad did not start well this season.
Hyderabad team could not open the account of the victory
The team of LSG has lost the toss and then decided to bat. Lucknow Super Giants scored 169 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. The team Hyderabad could not able to chase the target and only managed 157 runs for the loss of 9 wickets and the team Lucknow Super Giants won by 12 runs.The Hyderabad team could not open the account of victory in this match as well.
Sundar had started well.
Washington Sundar from SRH has started smartly in the beginning. The team did not repeat the same mistakes about Washington Sundar in this match thatthey did in the previous match.
Kane Williamson did not give Sundar an opportunity
In the previous match, Kane Williamson did not give Sundar an opportunity to bowl in the powerplay and did not send him up to bat, although in this match he also used him in the powerplay and also sent him to bat at number six.
Sundaralso started good in the powerplay, conceding just 11 runs in 3 overs and taking 2 wickets, due to which the team of Lucknow Super Giants could score 32 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in the powerplay.
Rahul-Hooda made a comeback to the team.
After the powerplay, captain KL Rahul (68) and Deepak Hooda (51) handled an innings for Lucknow Super Giants and shared a partnership of 87-runs for the fourth wicket, and completed their half-centuries.
Deepak Hooda scored a fifty for the first time in an IPL season, and KL Rahul scored the 28th half-century of his IPL career. After this, Ayush Badauni played an innings of 19 runs to take the team’s score to 169 and gave a target of 170 for victory.
Why did SRH lose the match?
The team has started with poor batting in the beginning and back to the pavilion. Aiden Markramand, Rahul Tripathitried to handle the inning and made a partnership of 44 runs but Krunal Pandya got his team back by taking the wickets of Markram and then Rahul Tripathi.
Avesh Khan turned the game and SRH could find a way
Due to Avesh Khan, the game took a turn, from here Nicholas Pooran (34) and Washington Sundar worked to advance the innings and put the team on the threshold of victory by sharing 48 runs.
Pooran was trying to hit a big shot but in the 18th over, Avesh Khan was caught by the ball and returned. Whereas Abdul Samad was out on the very next ball. Hyderabad needed 26 runs to win in the last two overs, but thanks to Shepherd’s six, Hyderabad could collect only 10 runs and they needed 16 runs to win in the last over.
Holder got the wicket of Sundar
Holder took 3 wickets for 3 runs in the last over. Jason Holder needed to save 16 runs to win. Holder got the wicket of Sundar in the very first ball of his over and almost ruined Hyderabad’s hopes.
After which he took the wicket of Bhuvneshwar Kumar on the fourth ball and Shepherd on the last ball to give his team a 12-wicket victory.
For Lucknow, Avesh Khan (4 over 24 runs, 4 wickets), Jason Holder (4 over 34 runs, 3 wickets), and Krunal Pandya (4 over 27 runs, 2 wickets) did the job of saving the match on the strength of their brilliant bowling.