Nicholas Pooran throw hits Vijay Shankar all over, wrecks him

Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab locked horns with one another in the 43rd match of the IPL at Dubai International Stadium in Dubai. It was an absolute necessity win match for the two teams. SRH and KXIP gave totally everything in the game that had a lot of show directly from the beginning till the end.

At the point when David Warner’s team were in firm control over the game, they wrecked it totally. At long last, Kings XI Punjab exploited the odds and effectively dominated the match by an edge of 12 runs.

Kings XI Punjab pacer Chris Jordan was named the Man of the Match for his stupendous bowling execution. The England international was the pick of the bowlers for KXIP as he picked 3/17 out of four overs.

After a success over the Sunrisers, Kings XI Punjab moved to the fifth spot in the points table. KL Rahul-led KXIP protected 10 points with 5 successes and 6 defeats. Sunrisers are at the 6th spot with 8 points. David Warner-led SRH dominated 4 matches and lost 7 games in their campaign.

During Sunrisers Hyderabad’s batting, all-rounder Vijay Shankar got a frightful hit to his head while running between the wickets. The occurrence occurred during the fourth ball of the 18th over bowled by Arshdeep.

At the point when 18 runs were needed off 15 balls, Sunrisers Hyderabad was racing to score runs. SRH depended on Vijay Shankar and Jason Holder who was the last trust in the team.

The fast bowler Arshdeep pitched the ball short towards Jason Holder and the latter prodded it towards backward point. Nicholas Pooran immediately gathered the ball and focused on the stumps.

With Pooran missing the stumps totally, the ball ended up hitting Vijay Shankar all over. Vijay Shankar severely needed the single so as to get back protesting. Lamentably, misfortune before long chased after him like a shadow.

The ball which traveled fast proceeded to hit Vijay Shankar’s face. Shankar dropped his bat and helmet down. The all-rounder got a difficult hit to his head. SRH physios immediately showed up at the spot to treat their player.

Fortunately, there was nothing genuine all things considered. Vijay Shankar returned to his feet to give his team a genuinely necessary expectation. Shockingly, he got out off the next ball. Vijay Shankar fell prey to Arshdeep Singh’s bowling as KL Rahul took a decent catch.

Kings XI Punjab posted 126 for the loss of 7 wickets in their standard of 20 overs. Nicholas Pooran top-scored for his team with 32 off 28 balls including two fours to his name. KXIP captain KL Rahul scored 27 off 27.

Sandeep Sharma, Jason Holder, and Rashid Khan picked two wickets each for Sunrisers Hyderabad. In answer to KXIP’s tricky objective, SRH got off to a rankling start to the game as David Warner and Jonny Bairstow.

The couple included a 56-run partnership for the opening wicket before Warner left for 35 off 20. From that point forward, there was a batting breakdown. Sunrisers lost the plot in their run-pursue as they were packaged out for 114.

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