In Match 7 of VIVO IPL 2018, Sunrisers Hyderabad took on Mumbai Indians in their own den. Riding on the back of Rashid Khan’s superb spell — 1 for 13 in 4 overs — along with Siddarth Kaul and Sandeep Sharma’s two scalps apiece Mumbai were restricted to 147 for 8.

In pursuit of 148, Sunrisers seemed to be running along with the game till Wriddhiman Saha-Shikhar Dhawan were in the middle. Few breakthroughs and Dhawan’s departure turned the complexion of the match. Mumbai were in it courtesy Purple Cap-holder, Mayank Markande’s 4-for. Later, Jasprit Bumrah and Mustafizur Rahman’s late strikes hurt SRH’s progress. In the end, Deepak Hooda’s calmness (32*) and Billy Stanlake’s last-ball finish helped SRH pull off a heist.

Rohit Sharma was dismissed for 11 by Billy Stanlake © AFP
Rohit Sharma goes for 11 off Billy Stanlake © AFP
Evin Lewis scored 29 off 17 before getting dismissed by Siddarth Kaul © AFP
Evin Lewis scores 29 off 17 before getting dismissed by Siddarth Kaul © AFP
Shakib Al Hasan picked Krunal Pandyas wicket turning tide in SRHs favour © AFP
Shakib Al Hasan removes Krunal Pandya to derail MI’s progress © AFP
Rashid Khan bowled 18 dot balls in his four overs © AFP
Rashid Khan bowls 18 dot balls in his four overs; returns with 1 for 13© AFP
Shikhar Dhawan (L) and Wriddhiman Saha add 62 for the first wicket © AFP
Shikhar Dhawan (L) and Wriddhiman Saha add 62 for the first wicket © AFP
Mayank Markande (center) keeps Mumbai in hunt with 4-for; walks away with Purple Cap © AFP
Mayank Markande (second from right) keeps Mumbai in hunt with 4-for; walks away with Purple Cap © AFP
Jasprit Bumrah's twin strikes, well complimented by Mustafizur Rahman, initiates late comeback for MI © AFP
Jasprit Bumrah’s twin strikes, well complimented by Mustafizur Rahman, initiates’ MI’s late comeback © AFP
Deepak Hooda (L) steers SRH's ship with an unbeaten 32 © AFP
Deepak Hooda (L) steers SRH’s ship with an unbeaten 32 © AFP