Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Business | By Tara Barton

Impressive Sunrisers Hyderabad restrict KKR to 138/8

Impressive Sunrisers Hyderabad restrict KKR to 138/8

Sunrisers had never won against KKR at the Eden Gardens before tonight's game, but Kane Williamson's rotation of his bowlers meant the home side was never able to get away after being asked to bat first.

Then Williamson and Shakib stitched together a 59-run stand for the fourth wicket before the latter was caught in two minds whether to defend and hit, losing his leg stump in the process to Piyush Chawla (1/20). Earlier, Hyderabad restricted KKR to 138/8 in 20 overs, courtesy some brilliant efforts by the fielders. billy Stanlake who was adjudged man of the match his team's fielding efforts.

"It's nice to get out there and take a few wickets. There wasn't a lot of turn, and Kolkata are a strong team but it was nice to go over the line in this city", he added.

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Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav (1/23) accounted for former KKR batsman Manish Pandey, who was brilliant in the field taking two superb catches, with a fullish delivery that the 28-year old could not pick. Well played Shakib Al Hasan and Yusuf Pathan!

Explosive Australia batsman Lynn was going along nicely with the Knight Riders 52-1 when drizzle brought the players off with seven overs bowled. "We'll have to turnaround quickly", he added. Chris Lynn looked good for his 34-ball 49 but was taken out by Shakib, and Karthik's 29 towards the end of the innings was the only other significant contribution with the bat.

One of the finds of the India's U-19 World Cup triumph, Nagarkoti sustained the injury before the tournament but the announcement came only today as KKR lost a second pacer this season after Australian spearhead Mitchell Starc.

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