featurecricket14 days ago

IPL Eliminator 1 | Rashid Khan heroics in vain as Sunrisers Hyderabad eliminated from IPL 2019

Sunrisers Hyderabad have been eliminated from the tournament after losing to Delhi Capitals in the first eliminator despite Rashid Khan (3/15) trying his level best to pull off a heist. Martin Guptill had done his bit with the bat, but the team needed a bit more from their skipper Kane Williamson.
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featurecricket18 days ago

RCB vs SRH | Player Ratings - Rashid Khan, Mohammed Nabi failure results in Sunrisers Hyderabad losing to Royal Challengers Bangalore by four wickets

After the batsmen did a good enough job to guide the team to a total of 175 runs, Sunrisers spinners failed to contain the run-flow and conceded the advantage to face a four-wicket loss. Kane Williamson, however, did a great job to score 70 runs off 43 balls to take the team to a good total.
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newscricket19 days ago

IPL 2019 | Legends and Pundits react to the final over drama between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad

Yet another match and yet another dramatic finish in the IPL. Manish Pandey, who was there till the end of the innings, hit a six in the last ball of the final over and tied the match but unfortunately, MI won in the Super Over. Legends and Pundits praised Manish Pandey for his batting effort.
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featurecricket20 days ago

MI vs SRH | Player Ratings - Manish Pandey’s superb half-century in vain as Sunrisers Hyderabad lose in Super Over thriller

Yet again, Manish Pandey was at the centre of a brilliant game and almost ensured Sunrisers’ victory before it culminated in a Super Over loss. Mohammed Nabi also made significant contributions with the bat and that closed out the difference big-time before it ended up in a loss.
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featurecricket23 days ago

SRH vs KXIP | Player Ratings - David Warner blitzkrieg ensures easy win for Sunrisers Hyderabad over Kings XI Punjab

In his last innings of this IPL, David Warner played a swashbuckling 81-run innings off 56 balls which ensured that Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Kings XI Punjab by 45 runs. This win comes as a massive boost for the Hyderabad-based franchise as far as their play-off qualification is concerned.
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featurecricket25 days ago

RR vs SRH | Player Ratings: Manish Pandey’s heroics in vain as Rajasthan Royals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by seven wickets

Manish Pandey played a blistering knock of 61 runs off 36 deliveries to help his side post a competitive total, which was quite convincingly gunned down by Royals with seven wickets to spare. SRH lacked support from their middle-order which also denied them from posting a massive total. 
Suraj Choudhari
newscricket2 months ago

IPL will help players maintain rhythm before World Cup, opines VVS Laxman

VVS Laxman is of the opinion that playing the IPL right before the ICC Cricket World Cup will benefit the players as it will help them carry on with their rhythm. Laxman also added that IPL will not take a toll on the players as they are professionals and will manage their fatigue levels well.
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newscricket2 months ago

IPL 2019 | I never use any tournament as springboard to play at higher level, says Wriddhiman Saha

Wriddhiman Saha has said that he never uses a particular tournament as an opportunity to play at the top level and he gives his 100% during all the matches. Saha has also added that he stayed out of cricket after the surgery for six months to make a comeback being fully fit to play the game.
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newscricket3 months ago

I don’t look at Rishabh Pant as my competition, claims Wriddhiman Saha

Wriddhiman Saha has claimed that there is no animosity between him and India teammate Rishabh Pant after the former made his return to competitive cricket after a long injury lay-off. Saha underwent shoulder surgery in Manchester last August and was undergoing rehabilitation at the NCA in Bangalore.
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newscricket3 months ago

Wriddhiman Saha all set to return to competitive cricket after shoulder injury

Wriddhiman Saha will make a comeback to the competitive cricket via this year's Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy after a deadly shoulder injury kept him out of the circuit for almost a year now. The wicket-keeper batsman was on rehab at the NCA following shoulder surgery in August last year.
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