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IPL Match 8: KKR defeated SRH by 7 wickets in a low scoring contest

KKR comfortably chased the mediocre target set by SRH comfortably.

The first match's top scorer for SRH -J Bairstow lost his wicket early in the inning's. Captain D Warner and M Pandey got involved in a slow-paced partnership of 34 runs before Warner lost his wicket. W Saha was picked in the side to stabilize the middle-order which he did but he couldn't accelerate when it required. For KKR, P Cummins and V Chakravarthy were the pick of the bowlers.

In the second innings, KKR too lost an early wicket of S Narine, although in their case N Rane played a quickfire 26 runs at an SR of 200 which allowed S Gill to settle in. Later on, E Morgan joined the young KKR opener and both the players remained not out till the end.


Top Performers of the Match



  • S Gill (KKR): 70*(62)

  • M Pandey (SRH): 51(38)

  • E Morgan (KKR): 42(29)


  • P Cummins (KKR): 19/1

  • V Chakravarthy (KKR): 25/1

  • R Khan (SRH): 25/1


Player of the Match


The young superstar- S Gill won the Man of the match for his sheet-anchor innings of 70 not out.


Captain's Corner


D Warner:

The middle and lower middle-order of SRH lacks firepower, either Warner or Bairstow should bat in the middle order and promote M Pandey or W Saha to open the innings.

D Karthik: KKR had an overall nice game but their batting superstar A Russell hasn't spent much time on the crease, I believe they should promote him to bat a little higher up in the order to get him going, doing that would instill confidence in him.


Overall, a solid performance by KKR took them over the line. D Warner has to get going if SRH wants to make an impact in this IPL.

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