SRH vs LSG Highlights, IPL 2022: Lucknow Super Giants beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 12 runs

SRH vs LSG Highlights, IPL 2022: After the stormy half-centuries of captain KL Rahul (68) and Deepak Hooda (51), the Sunrisers Hyderabad batsmen looked helpless in front of the fiery balls of Avesh Khan (24/4) and Lucknow Super Giants won the Indian Premier League (IPL). Won a match by 12 runs. In the match, Lucknow Super Giants scored 169 for 7 after losing three wickets in the powerplay, recovering from an 87-run stand for the fourth wicket between captain Lokesh Rahul and Deepak Hooda. In reply, Hyderabad looked to win for 17 overs, but Avesh Khan broke his back while taking two wickets.

SRH vs LSG Highlights IPL 2022

Avesh turned the game in the 17th over

Hyderabad was heading towards victory when Avesh Khan, who came to the 18th over, dismissed Nicholas Pooran and Abdul Samad after hitting a six off the first ball. In this over, after hitting a six off the first ball, an extra run was made from wide, while 5 official balls were dot. This changed the course of the match. In the last two overs, Hyderabad needed 26 runs to win, but could only reach 157 runs, as Holder, who came to the last over, gave only 3 runs, taking 3 wickets, while Hyderabad needed 16 runs to win. was required.. Holder took the wickets of Washington Sundar (18), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1) and Romario Shepherd (8).

After being invited to bat, Lucknow Super Giants did not start well, their score was 27 for three in 4.5 overs. Washington Sundar (2 for 28) gave Sunrisers Hyderabad the opening wicket. First, he got opener Quinton de Kock (01) caught by captain Kane Williamson in the second over and then in the fourth over, he got Evin Lewis (1) out leg before.

LSG Captain scored 50

Lucknow Super Giants captain Rahul (6 fours, one six in 50 balls) and Manish Pandey (11) were trying to handle their team when Romario Shepherd (2 for 42) gave them the third blow. Pandey hits the second ball of this first over of Shepherd for a four and the next ball at deep square leg for a six. He had escaped from being caught out by hitting a six. But on the fifth ball, Bhuvneshwar was caught at mid-on. With this, the team's score after six overs was 32 runs for three wickets.

After the 'strategic time out', Rahul and Hooda (3 fours, three sixes in 33 balls) showed an aggressive approach as they combined to collect 20 runs in the 10th over with three fours and one six. Both of them were moving towards their half-centuries, playing responsibly by hitting boundaries in the middle with one run. Both played an important role in getting the team back by sharing a 62-ball 87 for the fourth wicket. Shepherd then took the wicket of Hooda and gave the fourth blow to the Lucknow team.

Now Ayush Badoni (19) was at the crease, who supported captain Rahul well as both of them added 30 runs in 18 balls for the fifth wicket. Rahul became the fifth player to be dismissed, if he had stayed till the end, the score could have been bigger. After Rahul was dismissed leg before off T Natarajan (2 for 26), no one could make any useful contribution except Badoni, who was run out on the last ball. The team scored 55 runs in the last five overs and lost four wickets.

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