Sunrisers Hyderabad Beat Kolkata By 7 Wickets

Sunrisers Hyderabad Beat Kolkata By 7 Wickets
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Rahul Tripathi’s bat went fiercely against the old team, Aidan Markram also dominated. Tripathi scored 71 runs after the lethal bowling of fast bowlers T Natarajan (3 off 37) and Umran Malik (2 off 27). Aidan Markram scored an unbeaten 68 as Sunrisers Hyderabad registered their third win in IPL 15.

In the match played on Friday, Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Kolkata Knight Riders by 7 wickets with 13 balls to spare. After winning the toss here, Hyderabad invited Kolkata to bat first. Kolkata scored 175 for eight in 20 overs with a half-century from Nitish Rana Chauhan. In reply, Hyderabad scored 176 for 3 in 17.5 overs and won.

A half-century in just 21 balls

Young batsman Rahul Tripathi, while batting in a fast-paced style against his old team Kolkata, scored a half-century in just 21 balls. He played an innings of 71 runs in 37 balls with four fours and 6 sixes. Tripathi and Aidan Markram added 94 runs in the third wicket partnership. Markram smashed 6 fours and 4 sixes.

Finch played for the 9th team: Aaron Finch of Australia made his debut for the 9th team in the IPL. Finch has scored 2012 runs in 88 IPL matches played so far.

Big blow to Chennai Super Kings

Injured bowler Deepak Chahar was ruled out of this season of the league. Chennai Super Kings, who have lost four out of five matches played so far in IPL 15, have suffered a major setback. His fast bowler Deepak Chahar has been ruled out for the entire season due to a back injury. At the same time, Kolkata has included Harshit Rana of Delhi in place of fast bowler Rasik Salam. Harshit has been bought for 20 Lakh rupees.

Delhi physio corona infected

The first case of the corona has come to light in this season of IPL. Delhi Capitals physio Patrick Farhart has been infected with the coronavirus. According to the statement issued by the IPL, Patrick is currently in isolation, he will be in quarantine for 1 week.

Debate erupts over retired out rule in cricket

Indian spinner R Ashwin admitted that there was a delay in using this rule in cricket. After R Ashwin Mankading, off-spinner playing for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 15, is now in the headlines for the retired out rule. Ashwin used this rule in the match played against Lucknow Supergiants on Sunday. But there has been a lot of debate in the cricket world regarding this.

This is the case: Ashwin, playing for Rajasthan Royals, suddenly left the crease and went towards the pavilion after bowling 2 balls in the 19th over in the match played against Lucknow Supergiants. Ashwin, who came out to bat at number six in place of Riyan Parag, was not able to hit the shot. So he took this decision. His teammate Shimron Hetmeyr was also shocked by Ashwin’s decision.

What is retired out

When a batsman leaves his innings midway and goes to the pavilion without consulting the umpire or the captain of the opposing team. He is considered retired. When once a batsman is retired out he cannot come to bat again.