In the 9th match of IPL 2021 against defending champions Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad’s opener Johnny Bairstow hit wicket was dismissed. Bairstow was bowling Mumbai all-rounder Krunal Pandya at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai when the hit wickets took place.
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Bairstow scored 43 runs off 22 balls. Batting first, Mumbai gave Hyderabad a target of 151 runs. Bairstow landed at the opening with captain David Warner. The right-handed explosive batsman Bairstow hit 4 sixes and 3 fours in his innings.
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Bairstow hit the first six off paceman Trent Boult. This six from Bairstow shattered the glass of the fridge kept in the dugout of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Bairstow was hit by the second ball of the eighth over of Hyderabad’s innings. In the current IPL, Bairstow became the first player to get a hit wicket out, while overall he became the fourth foreign player in IPL history.
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Mumbai Indians defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs thanks to a tight bowling by spinner Rahul Chahar (19/3) and Trent Boult (28/3). With this, the Mumbai team has booked the top spot in the points table, winning two out of 3 matches in IPL-2021. He has 4 points and is ahead of Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) based on net runs.
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Hyderabad team could not score 16 runs in the last over
In the match, Mumbai Indians scored 150 runs for 5 wickets, batting first. In response, the Sunrisers had started with a bang, but after a 67-run partnership for the first wicket, the wickets kept falling at constant intervals and they were forced to lose. He scored 137 runs losing all wickets. Hyderabad needed 16 runs to win in the last over, which they could not make.