David Warner © IANS
David Warner © IANS


May 14, 2014


The Sunrisers Hyderabad were on the charge and were going after the Kings XI Punjab bowling in what is a remarkable improvement in the middle overs, which had been their achilles heel throughout the tournament. The 39th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Naman Ojha went after Shivam in the most effortless fashion and smashed two towering sixes over the sight-screen. The next over was rather tidy given  the circumtances but the run feast was not going to stop there. David Warner picked his favourite leg-side and Naman Ojha hit another six on the off side to put Hyderabad in a good position to make a huge score.


,The other Dhawan, Rishi bowled a very tidy over and provided the much needed brake on the scoring with a tidy line and by not allowing the batsmen to free their arms. The 11th over by Shivam saw Naman Ojha on the charge. First the batsman smashed the ball over long on for a huge six to get the crowd alive and followed that with a delicious cut shot but was well cut off at deep point by Samdeep Sharma. The batsmen rotated the strike for the rest of the over to take 11 of the over.


After looking so good, Dhawan dismissed Dhawan. It was a tame shot to short fine leg and Shivam took a simple catch to send the Hyderabad captain to the pavilion for 45. Earlier, Kings XI Punjab captain George Bailey won the toss and decided to field first. Both teams made changes to their respective- line-ups.


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