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MI vs SRH Player ratings: Here’s how the players fared in match number 55 of IPL 2024

MI vs SRH Player ratings: Here’s how the players fared in match number 55 of IPL 2024

Mumbai Indians recorded a much-needed win on Monday as they eased past Sunrisers Hyderabad by 7 wickets courtesy of a special show by Suryakumar Yadav

MI vs SRH Player ratings: In a much-needed win for the Mumbai Indians, they defeated the Sunrisers Hyderabad by a convincing 7-wicket margin in Match 55 of IPL 2024 on May 6. This victory snapped their four-match losing streak and gave a slender boost for their playoff hopes in the IPL 2024 season.

The hero of the match was undoubtedly Suryakumar Yadav. Chasing a target of 174 runs, SKY displayed a batting masterclass, scoring a brilliant century (102*) off just 51 balls. His knock was laced with 12 fours and 6 sixes, leaving the SRH bowlers with no answers.

Earlier, Hyderabad, after electing to bat first, could only manage 173/8 in their 20 overs. Openers Travis Head (48) provided a decent start, but the middle order failed to capitalize. It was Pat Cummins’ late cameo (35* off 17 balls) that helped them reach a somewhat respectable total.

MI vs SRH Player ratings: SKY and Pandya shine, Rohit flops again

Mumbai Indians (MI)

Ishan Kishan (3/10):
It was another low score (9) for the Indian wicket-keeper. He edged one to the slip and missed out on a big score. Kishan, however, took a great diving catch to dismiss Abhishek Sharma.
Rohit Sharma (2/10):
Rohit Sharma has been a shadow of a player since his century vs CSK. It was another poor show by the Hitman, who made only 4 runs on the night.
Suryakumar Yadav (10/10):
The Man of the Match. Absolutely dominant century (102* off 51) saved the day for MI. Wickets were tumbled early on but SKY played a scintillating innings despite looking in discomfort.
Naman Dhir (1/10):
The youngster endured a tough night as he delivered a painstaking nine-ball duck.

Tilak Varma (8.5/10): Provided an excellent support to Surya with a handy 25 runs and took a crucial catch of Travis Head.
Hardik Pandya (9/10): The MI skipper finally turned jeers into cheers and regained his bowling form back. He took 3/31 in the first innings.
Tim David (5/10): The mighty Australian turned out to just be a spectator in this game. He neither bowled or got a chance to bat in this tie.

Piyush Chawla (8/10):
Three wickets (3/32) along with economical bowling makes it a valuable contribution.
Jasprit Bumrah (7.5/10):
One wicket (1/27) and kept things tight throughout his spell.
Anshul Kamboj (7/10):
Despite leaking 42 runs, Kamboj looked impressive on his debut. He took his maiden IPL wicket in the form of Mayank Agarwal.
Nuwan Thusara (6/10):
The Sri Lankan was erratic in his line and lengths majorly and failed to get any wickets against SRH.

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Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

Abhishek Sharma (2/10):
Disappointing dismissal (11 runs) after playing 16 balls up front.
Travis Head (7.5/10):
Top-scored for SRH with a decent 48 but couldn’t convert it into a big one.
Mayank Agarwal (2/10):
Back in the team but another low score (5 runs) putting pressure on the middle order.
Nitish Reddy (5/10):
The talented all-rounder provided some stability at the crease with his 20 runs. However, he should’ve stuck around for more.

Heinrich Klaasen (4/10):
Much was dependent on Klaasen, who threw his wicket away at a crucial stage (15 runs).
Marco Jansen (5/10):
The lanky all-rounder took one wicket (1/38) but leaked runs at an alarming rate of 15 runs per over. He batted at number six but failed to make a mark (17).
Shahbaz Ahmed (3/10):
Didn’t contribute much with either bat (10 runs) or ball (0 wickets).
Abdul Samad (2/10):
Samad was dismissed cheaply (5 runs) without much impact.

Pat Cummins (8.5/10):
SRH skipper was perhaps his side’s best player on the night. He played a lone hand with a quickfire 35* and took one wicket (1/35). His spell included a maiden as well.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (7/10):
One wicket (1/22) and bowled economically but couldn’t contain the onslaught from Surya.
T Natarajan (5.5/10):
The wily left-arm pacer remained wicketless and was quite ineffective.

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