IPL 2022, Match 65 MI vs SRH, Stats Review: Jasprit Bumrah’s feat, T Natarajan’s most expensive spell, and other stats
Sunrisers Hyderabad moved to 12 points and are still alive in the race for the playoff spot.
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Rahul Tripathi played a scintillating knock of 76 off 44, which included nine fours and three maximums, while Umran Malik was at his fiery best yet again with figures of 3/23 in his three overs as Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) got over the line against Mumbai Indians (MI) by three runs in Match 65 of IPL 2022 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled an excellent maiden 19th over which also included the run-out dismissal of dangerous-looking Tim David.
Speaking about how the match went by, skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to field first. Abhishek Sharma got out for just nine runs while Priyam Garg, who played his first match of this season, scored 42 off 26 but it was Tripathi who was on fire. The right-handed batter brought up his third half-century of this campaign and he was well-supported by destructive batter Nicholas Pooran. The West Indian amassed 38 off 22 with two fours and three maximums.
Both helped the Orange Army in reaching a massive total of 193/6 in 20 overs. Ramandeep Singh was the pick of the bowlers for MI for his spell of 3/20 in three overs. Chasing a stiff target of 194, openers Rohit and Ishan Kishan got their team off to a great start. Both added 95 runs for the opening wicket with the first wicket falling in form of skipper Rohit in the 11th over. He got dismissed for 48, falling short of just two runs of his fifty.
Kishan, who made 43, became the victim of speedster Malik. Tim David threatened to take the game away with his blitz of 46 off just 18 but got run-out in the penultimate over to end all the hopes for MI. T Natarajan had a forgettable outing for his spell of 0/60. With this win, SRH moved to 12 points and kept their playoff hopes alive while MI suffered the tenth defeat of the campaign. For his blistering half-century, Rahul Tripathi won the Player of the Match award.
Meanwhile, here are some of the important stats and numbers from Match 65 between MI and SRH in the IPL 2022:
250 – Jasprit Bumrah completed 250 wickets in T20 cricket. He became the first Indian pacer to achieve the feat.
76 – Rahul Tripathi has now smashed the highest individual score of 76 for SRH this season. He surpassed Abhishek Sharma’s score of 75, which he made against Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
3 – Tripathi has also hit the most the 50 plus scores (3) batting at no. three this campaign. Mitchell Marsh, Shreyas Iyer, and Sanju Samson are all tied at second spot with two such scores.
1 – Tripathi also recorded his best score of 76 against MI in the league. His previous best of 74* came last year in Abu Dhabi in 2021.
50 – Washington Sundar appeared in his 50th IPL match.
51 – Nicholas Pooran reached 50 fours in the IPL.
48 – Rohit Sharma registered his highest score of 48 in 19 innings in all T20s in 2022.
0/60 – T Natarajan conceded the most runs (0/60) in an innings in the IPL. He had leaked 0/46 against Rajasthan Royals in the 2020 edition.
16 – Umran Malik has taken the second most wickets (16) between overs 7-15 this season. Wanindu Hasaranga is on top for picking up 17 scalps.
57/1 – SRH registered their second-best score of 57/1 in the powerplay in IPL 2022. Their highest total is 58/2 against CSK.
434 – Rohit and Ishan Kishan have now scored the most runs (434) by an opening pair this campaign. With 384 runs, Abhishek Sharma and Kane Williamson are second.
7.43 – Jasprit Bumrah has the second-best economy rate by a pacer with a minimum of 50 balls bowled in the death overs this season. Arshdeep Singh tops the chart with a 7.31 economy rate.