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Bhuvaneshwar Kumar's terrific four wicket haul ensured Hyderabad defended a modest score © PTI


Sunrisers Hyderabad‘s stunning bowling performance helped them beat Rajasthan Royals by a comfortable 32-run win in the 30th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar‘s yet another stunning show with the ball was amply supported by all the Hyderabad bowlers who ran in to bowl and this emphatic victory would galvanise the flagging spirits in the Hyderabad camp. Earlier, Rajasthan skipper Shane Watson’s superb hat-trick, coupled with useful contributions from Rajat Bhatia and Pravin Tambe restricted Hyderabad to 134 for nine after the they were put into bat first. At that point the score looked under-par and the Rajasthan camp were delighted.


Earlier, Rajasthan Royals skipper Shane Watson led by example with the ball with a scintillating hat-trick to restirct Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) to 134 for nine after electing to field after winning the toss in the 30th match of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2014. Watson’s opposite number Shikhar Dhawan gave Hyderabad an electric start before Rajat Bhatia‘s medium pacers completely stifled Hyderabad under bowler friendly conditions.