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Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians, 55th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians, 55th Match 20 Wednesday October 2021 235028000000 Mumbai Indians won by 42 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 235028000000 MI - 235/9 (20) SRH - 193/8 (20) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 235028000000 CRR:  9.65 Player of the Match Ishan Kishan Scorecard Refresh Commentary 428 runs in 40 overs , but it still turned out to be a mismatch with Mumbai dominating the proceedings right from the word go. Despite two big wins on the bounce, the defending champions couldn't progress to the playoffs. 0.587 vs 0.116 -- that's what separates Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians. Curtains down on the league phase of IPL 2021. Don't forget to tune in for the playoffs. ICYMI: Qualifier 1 (Sunday) - Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings | Eliminator (Monday): Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders. For now, it's goodbye from Abhinand Raghavendran on behalf of Raju Peethala, Ramakrishnan MS, Rishi Roy and Siva . Ishan Kishan | Player of the Match (84 off 32): A very good thing for me and for the team getting some runs, and getting into good touch before the World Cup. Was in good state of mind, was very positive. We had to get somewhere around 250-260, it was the intent and positive intent. The one I smacked off Malik through the covers - that's the one (his favourite shot). In this tournament, you have to be prepared for every circumstances. It's important to be in the right mindset and you need to go with your best form. I had a good chat with Virat bhai, Jasprit bhai also helped me. Even HP, KP were there to support me. Everyone supported me and they said it's a learning stage for you, make sure you learn from here and don't make the same mistakes in the upcoming world cup games. That was the part where I learned from them. I was just taking one point at a time. I would love to open and that's what Virat bhai said - 'you are selected as an opener, you just have to be prepared for that.' In the bigger stage, you need to be prepared for every situation I feel. Rohit Sharma | Mumbai Indians captain: (Additional pressure?) When you play for a franchise like Mumbai, you are always expected to go out and perform. I wouldn't call that as pressure. More than anything, it's expectations. It was very tough (to drop big players), I want to back the players and keep the same squad going. We have had on and off season this time around. We have had a fabulous run as a franchise. It was wonderful to be part of this set-up, we can be very proud of that. We were getting momentum in Delhi and there was a break, that didn't help the team. It was a collective failure of group. Very happy with win today, we gave everything, I am sure it was entertaining for the fans as well. They have always been supportive, they have always stood by us. Little disappointed we didn't go through. He (Ishan Kishan) is a very talented player, just the right position for him to bat is very crucial. Today was a perfect game for him. That is the situation he likes. It was wonderful to see from the other end. Suryakumar Yadav : I am good, I am good (smiles, on how he is doing after being hit by a short ball). That's how it should be Pommie Mbangwa. At the end of the day the show must go on and you got to keep smiling whatever happens. We had nothing to lose. We had a target, we just kept running┬ábehind it. The pitch was good. Happy to be on the winning side. It is a big tournament (T20 WC). We don't change anything. The process, routine all remain the same. Really looking forward to it. Manish Pandey | SRH (losing) captain: It was really hot, and it was an intense 20 overs. My calves are a bit cramped. I think the surface was the best of the tournament. We knew MI would come hard at us and they did. Our fast bowlers gave away a few extra runs that cost us in the end, but this was the best pitch of the tournament. We had a lot of changes in the side, that didn't work for us. We were struggling in the first few games too, and had to pull ourselves up in the second leg but the whole team didn't put in complete performances, despite some really good individual performances. After missing out on the playoffs spot, the Mumbai bowlers fought back. From 64/0, they reduced the Sunrisers to 100/4. Manish Pandey and Garg stitched a fifty partnership for the fifth wicket but never threatened to chase down the massive target. Pandey, on his captaincy debut, remained unbeaten with a fighting unbeaten 70 but that knock only reduced his team's margin of defeat. SRH: 6 points | eighth position. MI: 14 points | fifth position. Stay tuned for the presentations.. 22:00 Local Time, 18:00 GMT, 23:30 IST: Mumbai's playoffs hopes would have ended even before the first ball itself but it didn't, courtesy Rohit winning the toss. It would have ended in the first innings itself had they been restricted to a score under 170 but it didn't, courtesy blinders from Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav. Mumbai needed to restrict the Sunrisers to 65 or below to pip the Knight Riders on NRR. Despite the odds, MI fans would have been slightly optimistic and KKR fans slightly nervous. With everyone's focus on the NRR, we all forgot that even SRH were playing. Yes, they are the wooden spoon winners this season, but their openers got off to a brisk start and knocked out the defending champions inside the powerplay. SRH: 193-8 after 20 overs 19.6 Boult to Manish Pandey, 1 run, 137.3kph, short of length, pulled fiercely to deep mid-wicket. Manish Pandey screams in pain and hobbles to complete the single. He's in pain, probably cramps. Well, Mumbai Indians win by 42 runs! 19.5 Boult to Manish Pandey, FOUR , smashed! Overpitched outside off, Manish Pandey bends his back leg to get under it and thumps it over Boult's head for a one-bounce four 19.4 Boult to S Kaul, 1 run, Kaul moves leg-side to carve a full ball through the covers. A good-looking shot for a single 19.3 Boult to Manish Pandey, 1 run, 119.1kph, that made a cracking sound! Fullish ball, heaved to deep mid-wicket for a single. Manish Pandey limps to rotate strike 19.2 Boult to Manish Pandey, FOUR , 133.1kph, very full ball outside off, Manish Pandey stays deep in his crease and drills it just past Boult. The umpire shows good reflexes to evade that. The ball reached the fence in s jiffy 19.1 Boult to Manish Pandey, no run, 122kph, off-speed length ball, stabbed down to long-off Trent Boult [3.0-0-19-1] is back into the attack SRH: 182-8 after 19 overs 18.6 Coulter-Nile to S Kaul, no run, pacy short of a good length, Kaul is slightly late on this occaison as he opens the bat-face. Off the outside edge and the ball dribbles down to third man. The batters decide against the single 18.5 Coulter-Nile to S Kaul, no run, slower ball on a length outside off, Kaul doesn't spot and is early to push/drive at it, beaten on the outside edge Siddarth Kaul, right handed bat, comes to the crease 18.4 Coulter-Nile to W Saha, out Caught&Bowled!! Full toss, Saha drives it to Coulter-Nile's left and the bowler sticks his left hand out in his followthrough. The ball hits NCN's wrist and pops up in the air. Easy grab on the second attempt but that must have hurt him. Ice pack to the rescue.. W Saha c and b Coulter-Nile 2(5) Coulter-Nile to W Saha, THATS OUT!! Caught&Bowled!! Equation: 54 runs | 9 balls. Nine sixes... Load More Commentary

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians, 55th Match

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Mumbai Indians won by 42 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 235028000000

MI - 235/9 (20)
SRH - 193/8 (20)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 20 Wednesday October 2021 235028000000
CRR:  9.65

Player of the Match

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428 runs in 40 overs, but it still turned out to be a mismatch with Mumbai dominating the proceedings right from the word go. Despite two big wins on the bounce, the defending champions couldn't progress to the playoffs. 0.587 vs 0.116 -- that's what separates Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians. Curtains down on the league phase of IPL 2021. Don't forget to tune in for the playoffs. ICYMI: Qualifier 1 (Sunday) - Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings | Eliminator (Monday): Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders. For now, it's goodbye from Abhinand Raghavendran on behalf of Raju Peethala, Ramakrishnan MS, Rishi Roy and Siva.

Ishan Kishan | Player of the Match (84 off 32): A very good thing for me and for the team getting some runs, and getting into good touch before the World Cup. Was in good state of mind, was very positive. We had to get somewhere around 250-260, it was the intent and positive intent. The one I smacked off Malik through the covers - that's the one (his favourite shot). In this tournament, you have to be prepared for every circumstances. It's important to be in the right mindset and you need to go with your best form. I had a good chat with Virat bhai, Jasprit bhai also helped me. Even HP, KP were there to support me. Everyone supported me and they said it's a learning stage for you, make sure you learn from here and don't make the same mistakes in the upcoming world cup games. That was the part where I learned from them. I was just taking one point at a time. I would love to open and that's what Virat bhai said - 'you are selected as an opener, you just have to be prepared for that.' In the bigger stage, you need to be prepared for every situation I feel.

Rohit Sharma | Mumbai Indians captain: (Additional pressure?) When you play for a franchise like Mumbai, you are always expected to go out and perform. I wouldn't call that as pressure. More than anything, it's expectations. It was very tough (to drop big players), I want to back the players and keep the same squad going. We have had on and off season this time around. We have had a fabulous run as a franchise. It was wonderful to be part of this set-up, we can be very proud of that. We were getting momentum in Delhi and there was a break, that didn't help the team. It was a collective failure of group. Very happy with win today, we gave everything, I am sure it was entertaining for the fans as well. They have always been supportive, they have always stood by us. Little disappointed we didn't go through. He (Ishan Kishan) is a very talented player, just the right position for him to bat is very crucial. Today was a perfect game for him. That is the situation he likes. It was wonderful to see from the other end.

Suryakumar Yadav: I am good, I am good (smiles, on how he is doing after being hit by a short ball). That's how it should be Pommie Mbangwa. At the end of the day the show must go on and you got to keep smiling whatever happens. We had nothing to lose. We had a target, we just kept running behind it. The pitch was good. Happy to be on the winning side. It is a big tournament (T20 WC). We don't change anything. The process, routine all remain the same. Really looking forward to it.

Manish Pandey | SRH (losing) captain: It was really hot, and it was an intense 20 overs. My calves are a bit cramped. I think the surface was the best of the tournament. We knew MI would come hard at us and they did. Our fast bowlers gave away a few extra runs that cost us in the end, but this was the best pitch of the tournament. We had a lot of changes in the side, that didn't work for us. We were struggling in the first few games too, and had to pull ourselves up in the second leg but the whole team didn't put in complete performances, despite some really good individual performances.

After missing out on the playoffs spot, the Mumbai bowlers fought back. From 64/0, they reduced the Sunrisers to 100/4. Manish Pandey and Garg stitched a fifty partnership for the fifth wicket but never threatened to chase down the massive target. Pandey, on his captaincy debut, remained unbeaten with a fighting unbeaten 70 but that knock only reduced his team's margin of defeat. SRH: 6 points | eighth position. MI: 14 points | fifth position. Stay tuned for the presentations..

22:00 Local Time, 18:00 GMT, 23:30 IST: Mumbai's playoffs hopes would have ended even before the first ball itself but it didn't, courtesy Rohit winning the toss. It would have ended in the first innings itself had they been restricted to a score under 170 but it didn't, courtesy blinders from Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav. Mumbai needed to restrict the Sunrisers to 65 or below to pip the Knight Riders on NRR. Despite the odds, MI fans would have been slightly optimistic and KKR fans slightly nervous. With everyone's focus on the NRR, we all forgot that even SRH were playing. Yes, they are the wooden spoon winners this season, but their openers got off to a brisk start and knocked out the defending champions inside the powerplay.

SRH: 193-8 after 20 overs

19.6 Boult to Manish Pandey, 1 run, 137.3kph, short of length, pulled fiercely to deep mid-wicket. Manish Pandey screams in pain and hobbles to complete the single. He's in pain, probably cramps. Well, Mumbai Indians win by 42 runs!

19.5 Boult to Manish Pandey, FOUR, smashed! Overpitched outside off, Manish Pandey bends his back leg to get under it and thumps it over Boult's head for a one-bounce four

19.4 Boult to S Kaul, 1 run, Kaul moves leg-side to carve a full ball through the covers. A good-looking shot for a single

19.3 Boult to Manish Pandey, 1 run, 119.1kph, that made a cracking sound! Fullish ball, heaved to deep mid-wicket for a single. Manish Pandey limps to rotate strike

19.2 Boult to Manish Pandey, FOUR, 133.1kph, very full ball outside off, Manish Pandey stays deep in his crease and drills it just past Boult. The umpire shows good reflexes to evade that. The ball reached the fence in s jiffy

19.1 Boult to Manish Pandey, no run, 122kph, off-speed length ball, stabbed down to long-off

Trent Boult [3.0-0-19-1] is back into the attack

SRH: 182-8 after 19 overs

18.6 Coulter-Nile to S Kaul, no run, pacy short of a good length, Kaul is slightly late on this occaison as he opens the bat-face. Off the outside edge and the ball dribbles down to third man. The batters decide against the single

18.5 Coulter-Nile to S Kaul, no run, slower ball on a length outside off, Kaul doesn't spot and is early to push/drive at it, beaten on the outside edge

Siddarth Kaul, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.4 Coulter-Nile to W Saha, out Caught&Bowled!! Full toss, Saha drives it to Coulter-Nile's left and the bowler sticks his left hand out in his followthrough. The ball hits NCN's wrist and pops up in the air. Easy grab on the second attempt but that must have hurt him. Ice pack to the rescue.. W Saha c and b Coulter-Nile 2(5)

Coulter-Nile to W Saha, THATS OUT!! Caught&Bowled!!

Equation: 54 runs | 9 balls. Nine sixes...