SRH vs PBKS Player Ratings: Abhishek Sharma’s 10/10 performance floors Punjab

SRH vs PBKS Player Ratings: Abhishek Sharma’s 10/10 performance floors Punjab

Sunrisers Hyderabad clinched their last league game against Punjab Kings. However, how did every player fared in the game? Let's find out

SRH vs PBKS Player Ratings: Playing their last league game, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) did their bit to give themselves a shot to end up in top two. The Pat Cummins-led side were involved in another run-fest and cliched the match by 4 wickets, with Abhishek Sharma clamoring 66 off 28.

PBKS set a target of 215 with Prabhsimran Singh scoring a fifty. In reply, Abhishek’s 66 and Heinrich Klaasen’s 42 helped SRH chase down the target with 4 balls remaining.

SRH vs PBKS Player Ratings: Which players scored 10/10?

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

Abhishek Sharma (10/10): A fantastic innings by Abhishek, who hammered runs at a blazing strike rate of 236.71. Despite losing his partner Travis Head quite early, Abhishek continued with his aggressive approach, that gave no chance to PBKS.

Travis Head (1/10): Got a peach of a delivery on the very first ball of the innings by Arshdeep that crashed onto Head’s off-stump.

Rahul Tripathi (8.5/10): Played his first game after more than a month, Tripathi looked determined to make a mark. He attacked PBKS, smashing 33 off 18 deliveries.

Nitish Reddy (6.5/10): The youngster looked impressive once again, adding 37. He, however, was taken apart in the first innings. Reddy leaked 54 runs in his three overs.

Heinrich Klaasen (8.5/10): Klaasen will go into the playoffs with a great knock against Punjab as he clubbed 42 runs off 26 deliveries.

Abdul Samad (7/10): Remained unbeaten on the crease and made 11* off 8.

Shahbaz Ahmed (5.5/10): Was a quite game for Shahbaz, who bowled just one over and was dismissed for 3 off 6.

Sanvir Singh (6/10): Played the winning shot, which would surely boost the youngster’s confidence.

Pat Cummins (7/10): The leader of the pack, Pat Cummins was decent with the ball, hitting hard lengths consistently. He got the prized wicket of Rilee Rossouw.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar (6/10): The IPL veteran was just a wicket away from becoming first Indian pacer to take 300 T20 wickets but remain stranded on the verge of that record as he went wicketless vs PBKS.

Vijayakanth Viyaskanth (7.5/10): The Sri Lankan youngster also fared decently, taking one wicket for 37 runs in the first innings.

T Natarajan (9/10): Probably SRH’s best bowler of the day, Nattu came up with those vital yorkers at the death and went away with two wickets at an economy rate of 8.2.

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Punjab Kings (PBKS)

Prabhsimran Singh (9/10): The young opener continued his impressive form as he top-scored in the entire game. He hammered 71 off only 45 balls, and provided a great platform for the middle-order batters.

Atharva Taide (8.5/10): Alongside Prabhsimran, Taide seemed brilliant on the eyes as well. Some of his drives were magnificent to watch as he clubbed 46 off 27 balls.

Rilee Rossouw (9/10): The South African continued to be the only consistent overseas player for PBKS. He missed out on a fifty by just one run, striking runs at a superb rate of 204.16.

Shashank Singh (5/10): After a duck in his last game, Shashank failed to make a mark once again as he got two runs.

Jitesh Sharma (8/10): Playing his first game as a captain, Jitesh finished his horrid IPL 2024 campaign on a decent note, remaining unbeaten on 32 off 15.

Ashutosh Sharma (2/10): Played as an impact sub, Ashutosh failed to fire.

Harpreet Brar (8/10): The orthodox left-arm spinner bowled some tight deliveries. He bowled the 19th over as well, where he leaked only four runs and also took the big wicket of Heinrich Klaasen.

Rishi Dhawan (4/10): Didn’t get an opportunity to bat and leaked 35 off his three.

Harshal Patel (7/10): The Purple Cap holder added two more to his tally but his economy rate continued to take a hit as he leaked 49 in his four.

Rahul Chahar (4/10): A poor game for the leg-spinner who gave away 43 off his 4 overs.

Arshdeep Singh (8.5/10): Started PBKS’ defence with a resounding scalp of Travis Head. However, Arshdeep didn’t get enough support from the other end.


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