Sunrisers Hyderabad Registered 1st Win.

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Bangalore,13 Apr,RCB v/s SRH,IPL 2015

Sunrisers Hyderabad got their win in IPL 2015  they defeated the RCB by eight wickets at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. After opting to field first, the SRH bowlers skittled out the hosts for 166  presenting the first occasion when a team was bowled out in Pepsi IPL 2015 – and subsequently chased down the runs in the 18th over  with Trent Boult grabbing three wickets for 36 runs to emerge the pick among the bowlers. AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli scored 46 and 41 respectively, though they were the only bright spots in an otherwise dull performance by the home team. De Villiers’s dismissal in the 19th over to Boult signalled the start of a lower-order collapse, as RCB lost their last four wickets for 14 runs.

In reply SRH gott good start through opener batsmen runs are coming easily they scored 36 in first two overs . While Australian pacer Sean Abbott conceded 16 runs off the first over, including three fours, Warner smashed 20 runs off the following over bowled by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, including three fours and a six. Warner soon blazed his way to his half-century in just 24 balls, his fastest in the IPL. At 82 for no loss in the eighth over, the Sunrisers were looking to glide towards a win as quickly as possible.Meanwhile RCB manages  2 wicket  David Warner and Williamson in a space of few deliveries both wickets picked by chahal but after 2 wicket Dhawan, together with Karnataka batsman KL Rahul, played sensibly. Dhawan brought up his half-century in 41 balls, while Rahul chipped in with a useful 44 off 28, including four fours and a six, adding an unbroken 78-run stand for the second wicket in the process. Rahul hit the winning six, smashing Varun Aaron over backward square-leg.

Match Summary-Royal Challengers Bangalore 166 in 19.5 overs (Virat Kohli 41, AB de Villiers 46; Trent Boult 3 for 36) lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad 172 for 2 in 17.2 overs (David Warner 57, Shikhar Dhawan 50*, KL Rahul 44; Yuzvendra Chahal 2 for 28) by 8 wickets.

Man of the match- David Warner.

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