Sunrisers hit highest total in IPL history-ZoomTech News

Abhishek Sharma’s 16-ball fifty was the quickest for Sunrisers within the IPL
Indian Premier League, Hyderabad:
Sunrisers Hyderabad 277-3 (20 overs): Klaasen 80* (34), Abhishek 63 (23), Head 62 (24)
Mumbai Indians 246-5: Verma 64 (34), David 42* (22),
Sunrisers Hyderabad gained by 31 runs
Scorecard. Group desk.

Sunrisers Hyderabad smashed 277-3 – the best complete in Indian Premier League historical past – in a record-breaking 31-run victory in opposition to Mumbai Indians.

Opener Travis Head hit 62 from 24 balls, Abhishek Sharma a 23-ball 63 and Heinrich Klaasen 80 not out from 34.

They took Sunrisers past the earlier IPL document, Royal Challengers Bangalore’s 263-5 in 2013.

Mumbai made a good fist of the chase, making the match the highest-scoring T20 in historical past, however ended on 246-5.

Sunrisers’ complete was additionally the fourth highest in any males’s T20 and the best in a T20 franchise event.

The boys’s T20 document is held by Nepal, who scored 314-3 in opposition to Mongolia final yr. Afghanistan made 278-3 in opposition to Eire in 2019 whereas the Czech Republic posted 278-4 in opposition to Hungary later that yr.

The earlier document in a franchise event was Melbourne Stars’ 273-2 in opposition to Hobart Hurricanes within the Australian Large Bash in 2022.

Australia worldwide Head was dropped on 5 and raced to a 18-ball fifty as he placed on 68 in 23 balls with Abhishek, after the lack of Mayank Agarwal for 11.

Abhishek then reached his fifty two balls faster – thrashing three fours and 7 sixes – earlier than being dismissed on the finish of the eleventh over with the Sunrisers 161-3.

The scoring slowed barely as Klaasen joined Aiden Markram however the pair took 75 from the final 5 overs to finish with an unbroken partnership of 116 from 55 balls.

Markram ended on 42 not out from 28 balls.

South African left-armer Kwena Maphaka, 17, conceded 66 in 4 wicketless overs on debut. There have been 18 sixes and 19 fours in Sunrisers’ innings and a T20 document 38 sixes within the match.

Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan took Mumbai to 50-0 in three overs earlier than Kishan holed out for 34 and Rohit 26.

Tilak Varma struck 64 from 34 balls and, with 113 runs wanted from 48, a outstanding win was not out of the query at 165-3 after 12 overs.

However Varma was caught off Sunrisers captain Pat Cummins because the Australia skipper conceded solely three runs from the fifteenth over to swing the sport his facet’s means.

Take heed to commentary on Rajasthan Royals v Delhi Capitals on Thursday 28, March (14:00 GMT) on BBC Sounds, BBC Radio 5 Sports activities Further and the BBC Sport web site and app.

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