Who won yesterday’s IPL match 2022, SRH vs. LSG

the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) defeated the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) by 12 heats in yesterday IPL fit at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Lucknow was sent at-bat after the toss lost, scoring a competitive 169-7. In response, Hyderabad managed just 157-9 in their 20 overs.

With three overs to go the game was even as SRH needed 33 with six wickets in hand. However, a brilliant 18th over by Avesh Khan (4/24) turned the tide. Lucknow’s pacemaker caught Nicholas Pooran (34 out of 24) with a full throw at the long end. On the next delivery, Abdul Samad (0) grabbed a drive to the keeper. Despite conceding a six, Andrew Tye threw by a decent penultimate and wasted just 10.

With the last over requiring 16, SRH’s hopes were pinned heavily on Washington Sundar. However, he died on first ball for 18, catching Jason Holder’s long on off (3/34). Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1) and Romario Shepherd (8) also fell in search of big goals as LSG celebrated an impressive win.

Chasing 170, SRH lost their skipper Kane Williamson (16) in the fourth over. The batsman attempted to ram Avesh over the keeper but could only find a short fine leg. Abhishek Sharma (13) also fell before the end of the power play and clipped an Avesh cutter in the air. The LSG Pacer could have taken another wicket in the over but Deepak Hooda dropped a hard chance from Rahul Tripathi’s racquet in the gully.

Tripathi took advantage of his luck and beat Tye with three fours in the eighth over. In the next over he defeated Krunal Pandya (2/27) for a max over the fine leg. Just as SRH seemed to be getting some momentum in their innings, Krunal struck by covering Aiden Markram (12). The batsman’s inside-out drive did not reach the desired level.

Tripathi’s impressive innings ended at 44 when he swept left-arm spinner Krunal straight into deep midwicket. Pooran briefly kept SRH’s hopes alive but again failed to lead his team across the finish line.

Rahul, Hooda fifties raise LSG to 169 for 7 vs SRH after poor start

T Natarajan kept the LSG batters in check. Image: IPLT20.COM
T Natarajan kept the LSG batters in check. Image: IPLT20.COM

KL Rahul (68 of 50) and Hooda (51 of 33) were playing in a fourth wicket count of 87 as LSG rebounded from a precarious 27-3 to take a competitive 169-7 after being asked to close beat. Sundar (2/28) and T. Natarajan (2/26) kept Lucknow under control with excellent bowling performances, while Shepherd stepped in with the scalps of Manish Pandey and Hooda, although he proved a bit expensive.

Lucknow got off to a bad start when Quinton de Kock’s (1) inside-out drive from Sundar was cleverly snapped by SRH skipper Williamson on a short extra cover. Evin Lewis (1) was battling the offie and was caught in front of the leg when he missed his slog sweep. Manish Pandey (11) came in and beat Shepherd for a four and a six but died shortly thereafter when caught mid-game.

Rahul and Hooda presented themselves in great footing after the early wickets. The duo collectively beat Umran Malik for 20 runs in the 10th over. While Rahul hit two fours, Hooda helped himself to a four and a six. When the SRH Pacer returned a few overs later, Hooda was tough on him again. After hitting two more restraints, he lashed a max across the back square leg.

Hooda reached his 50 of 31 balls but didn’t last long after that. Early in the 16th over he missed a big hit from Shepherd into the midwicket. LSG skipper Rahul got a 40-ball fifty and celebrated it by beating Sundar for a four and a six. His fine innings ended when he was caught by Natarajan lbw.

The seamer on the left arm also cleared Krunal (6) in the same over. However, Ayush Badoni (19 of 12) made another nice cameo before running out of the last ball.

IPL 2022, SRH vs. LSG: Who won Man of the Match yesterday?

Rahul and Hooda played good shots to lift LSG after a poor start. While Rahul hit six fours and a six, Hooda hit three fours and as many sixes. Lucknow’s bowlers were brilliant. Avesh hit key hits at the top and death. Krunal faltered SRH in the middle overs while Holder nailed the perfect finish.

Sundar and Natarajan excelled with the ball for SRH, not only limiting their opponents but also conceding two vital wickets each. Tripathi contributed a snappy 44 with the racquet, but it wasn’t enough.

Avesh was named Player of the Match for his breakthrough performance with the ball. Who won yesterday’s IPL match 2022, SRH vs. LSG

Tom Vazquez

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