Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) opener Nitish Rana stays atop the IPL 2021 Orange Cap record with 137 runs from 2 video games. There wasn’t any change of hand of the Purple Cap too, with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) bowler Harshal Patel carrying it because of the 7 wickets beneath his belt.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) batsman Jonny Bairstow broke into the highest 3 of the IPL 2021 Orange Cap record after smashing 43 off 22 balls in opposition to the Mumbai Indians (MI) tonight. The English opener has a tally of 110 runs from the three video games.
His teammate, Manish Pandey, is one slot under with 101 runs from 3 matches to date. SRH skipper David Warner completes the highest 10 of the IPL 2021 Orange Cap record after scoring a 34-ball 36 tonight. He has a haul of 93 runs at a modest strike price of 124.
From the successful facet, MI captain Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav are among the many high 10 highest run-getters this season. Rohit stroked a 25-ball 32 tonight and climbed as much as the eighth slot with 94 runs in his kitty. Suryakumar Yadav managed simply 10 runs in opposition to SRH, however he occupies sixth slot, having scored 3 extra runs than his captain on this version.
Within the IPL 2021 Purple Cap record, the MI duo of Rahul Chahar and Trent Boult dominate the highest 3. Chahar adopted up his 4 for 27 in opposition to KKR with a 3 for 19 tonight to go degree on wickets with holder Harshal Patel. Boult registered figures of three for 28 in opposition to SRH and went as much as 6 wickets.
Leg spinner Rashid Khan is the one SRH bowler within the high 10 of the IPL 2021 Purple Cap record. Although he went wicketless tonight, he’s positioned in sixth slot with 4 wickets to his title at a exceptional financial system of 5.33.
The motion now shifts to the primary double-header of the season when RCB tackle KKR in Chennai and DC lock horns with PBKS in Mumbai within the night. Whereas Harshal Patel would look to increase his tally on the high of the Purple Cap record, Nitish Rana would need to strike three fifties on the trot.
MI go high of the IPL 2021 desk with a slim win over SRH
A concerted effort from the Mumbai Indians helped them go high of the desk after beating the Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs in Match 9 of IPL 2021 on the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday (April 17). SRH stay on the backside, having misplaced all three matches performed.
After Rohit Sharma received the toss and elected to bat first, he and Quinton de Kock solid a 55-run opening stand to provide MI the right begin. However as soon as Vijay Shankar eliminated the skipper for a fluent 32 off 25, no one may capitalise on the stable basis.
Shankar (2 for 17) and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (2 for 29) dismantled the power-packed MI high order because the defending champions discovered themselves precariously positioned at 114 for 4 within the seventeenth over. However they nonetheless had Kieron Pollard, who blasted an unbeaten 22-ball 35 to energy MI to 150 for five on the finish of 20 overs.
The SRH chase additionally adopted an analogous template as openers David Warner and Jonny Bairstow placed on 67 runs for the primary wicket. Nevertheless, Bairstow’s hit-wicket after a scintillating 43 off 22 balls began a slide which not one of the SRH batsmen may arrest. Hardik Pandya performed a key position within the area, operating out Warner (36 off 34) and Abdul Samad (7 off 8) with direct hits.
Whereas all-rounder Vijay Shankar stored SRH within the recreation with a 25-ball 28, Trent Boult (3 for 28) and Jasprit Bumrah (1 for 14) bowled excellently on the loss of life to make sure MI received by 13 runs.