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Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 14th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 14th Match 07 Friday May 2021 102226000000 Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 9 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Friday May 2021 102226000000 PBKS - 120 (19.4) SRH - 121/1 (18.4) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Friday May 2021 102226000000 CRR:  6.48 Player of the Match Jonny Bairstow Scorecard Refresh Commentary With Hyderabad ending their three-match losing streak, every team has gotten off the mark this season. Punjab, meanwhile, have now lost three in a row after winning their first match. That's all we've got from this encounter. The action shifts to Mumbai - KKR vs CSK. Switch tabs to follow the action. See you there... Jonny Bairstow | Man of the Match: It's pretty humid, it's pretty hot especially with the day game. I am just absolutely over the moon to get over the line. It's been a tricky start for us. We've been very close in most of the games, just haven't got over the line, probably a bit of carelessness. To be there till the end was really pleasing. It was tricky .... powerplay, we had to take it on. In each game we've seen, it's gotten harder and harder as the game progressed specially in the second innings. We made sure we made full advantage of it (powerplay). Fifty off the first six was pleasing. From there, if you get ahead and if you got people in the end, it's always handy. I don't really need not talk about how good Kane is. The way in which he manipulates the ball and rotates strikes is great. It's great to get off the mark. David Warner: Very pleasing. Our bowlers did a fantastic job and reduced them to a low score. They executed well and we won batting second. (On his dismissal) It was probably a mixture of both (mistimed and fatigue), I should have tried to hit it in the grandstand but that happens in cricket. The game plan of having him (Williamson) there is obviously to anchor the game and he rotates strike so well. Against spin, he gets forward and gets back, he just knows his role and game plan. It's handy having him in the middle. I am really pleased we got across the line. He (Abhishek Sharma) is a young guy coming through and he's exciting. We asked him to work on his bowling a lot more during the series this year and he did that. We have got one more game here. No surprises with this wicket, we got to bowl well. It's all about starting fresh again and take the wicket out of it. Game plan - simple. KL Rahul: We knew what to expect here. Tried to get used to the conditions as quickly as we can. We were 10-15 short on this pitch. Bowlers tried very hard, but it's very hard coming into these conditions and adapting quickly. Hindsight is a beautiful thing. We knew they were going to come hard. It's tricky to have attacking fields. Was waiting for one of them to get out and then put pressure. Wanted to take the game as deep as possible. Unfortunately we couldn't get wickets in the middle and that cost us. Every game is important for us and we've been in that position. It's not a bad position to be in. Hopefully learn from our mistakes and keep getting better. 18:55 Local Time, 13:25 GMT, 18:55 IST: A comprehensive win for the Sunrisers! Barring the flip of the coin, nothing went right for Punjab Kings. They lost KL Rahul early and had a quiet powerplay. Kept losing wickets at regular wickets post that and ended up getting skittled out for 120, a meagre total even at Chepauk. Chasing a low total, the explosive duo of Bairstow and Warner came out all guns blazing and raced to 50 in the powerplay. The introduction of spinners led to Warner's downfall and also a decline in the scoring rate, but they were always ahead of the curve. Williamson and YJB played risk-free cricket and took their team over the line with eight balls to spare. The unbeaten 48-run stand comprised just one four and one six. Punjab descend to eighth position with this defeat.... 18.5 Arshdeep Singh to Williamson, wide , 115.8kph, slower ball into the pitch, too wide outside off and Williamson shoulders arms. Wide signalled and SRH win by 9 wickets; their first win of the season 18.4 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, 1 run, 115.2kph, away-angler, cut away to sweeper cover 18.3 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, 2 runs, dropped! 113.7kph, pitched up ball, Bairstow plays an aerial drive to mid-off's right and Hooda misjudges it a bit as he leaps across. Went with both hands but the ball burst through his fingers.. 18.2 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, SIX , there's the biggie! 132.8kph, fuller than good length, Bairstow walks down the track and swings his bat hard to bludgeon it over cow corner. A clean strike for a 82m six. Just 4 needed now... 18.1 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, no run, 115.4kph, cutter that doesn't bounce much, Bairstow misses the pull as the ball sneaks under the swinging blade Arshdeep Singh [3.0-0-21-0] is back into the attack SRH: 111-1 after 18 overs 17.6 Hooda to Williamson, no run, 92.8kph, quick in-turner, Williamson is cramped for room and fails to connect with his attempted glance/flick. Gets pinned on the thigh 17.5 Hooda to Bairstow, 1 run, Hooda persists with the shortish deliveries and this one's been pulled to long-on's right 17.4 Hooda to Bairstow, 2 runs, 88kph, shorter in length, jabbed over mid-wicket for a couple 17.3 Hooda to Bairstow, no run, 93.8kph, clipped off the inner-edge towards mid-wicket and there's a yes-no situation as Williamson gets sent back. The fielder fails to pick the ball cleanly and KW is easily in 17.2 Hooda to Bairstow, no run, 92.8kph, fired outside off, turns in a touch with extra bounce, Bairstow misses the cut 17.1 Hooda to Bairstow, FOUR , fifty for Bairstow! Gets there with an authoritative pull over square leg. Was a half-tracker and he muscled it for a one-bounce four Deepak Hooda [3.0-0-15-0] is back into the attack Just 17 runs scored off the last 4 overs. Almost run-a-ball needed now. Equation: 17 runs | 18 balls. Hooda has been summoned to bowl.. SRH: 104-1 after 17 overs 16.6 Murugan Ashwin to Williamson, no run, 90.8kph, very full in-drifter, Williamson gets too close to the pitch to drive and inside-edges it into the on-side Load More Commentary

Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 14th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 14th Match 07 Friday May 2021 102226000000

Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 9 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Friday May 2021 102226000000

PBKS - 120 (19.4)
SRH - 121/1 (18.4)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Friday May 2021 102226000000
CRR:  6.48

Player of the Match

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With Hyderabad ending their three-match losing streak, every team has gotten off the mark this season. Punjab, meanwhile, have now lost three in a row after winning their first match. That's all we've got from this encounter. The action shifts to Mumbai - KKR vs CSK. Switch tabs to follow the action. See you there...

Jonny Bairstow | Man of the Match: It's pretty humid, it's pretty hot especially with the day game. I am just absolutely over the moon to get over the line. It's been a tricky start for us. We've been very close in most of the games, just haven't got over the line, probably a bit of carelessness. To be there till the end was really pleasing. It was tricky .... powerplay, we had to take it on. In each game we've seen, it's gotten harder and harder as the game progressed specially in the second innings. We made sure we made full advantage of it (powerplay). Fifty off the first six was pleasing. From there, if you get ahead and if you got people in the end, it's always handy. I don't really need not talk about how good Kane is. The way in which he manipulates the ball and rotates strikes is great. It's great to get off the mark.

David Warner: Very pleasing. Our bowlers did a fantastic job and reduced them to a low score. They executed well and we won batting second. (On his dismissal) It was probably a mixture of both (mistimed and fatigue), I should have tried to hit it in the grandstand but that happens in cricket. The game plan of having him (Williamson) there is obviously to anchor the game and he rotates strike so well. Against spin, he gets forward and gets back, he just knows his role and game plan. It's handy having him in the middle. I am really pleased we got across the line. He (Abhishek Sharma) is a young guy coming through and he's exciting. We asked him to work on his bowling a lot more during the series this year and he did that. We have got one more game here. No surprises with this wicket, we got to bowl well. It's all about starting fresh again and take the wicket out of it. Game plan - simple.

KL Rahul: We knew what to expect here. Tried to get used to the conditions as quickly as we can. We were 10-15 short on this pitch. Bowlers tried very hard, but it's very hard coming into these conditions and adapting quickly. Hindsight is a beautiful thing. We knew they were going to come hard. It's tricky to have attacking fields. Was waiting for one of them to get out and then put pressure. Wanted to take the game as deep as possible. Unfortunately we couldn't get wickets in the middle and that cost us. Every game is important for us and we've been in that position. It's not a bad position to be in. Hopefully learn from our mistakes and keep getting better.

18:55 Local Time, 13:25 GMT, 18:55 IST: A comprehensive win for the Sunrisers! Barring the flip of the coin, nothing went right for Punjab Kings. They lost KL Rahul early and had a quiet powerplay. Kept losing wickets at regular wickets post that and ended up getting skittled out for 120, a meagre total even at Chepauk. Chasing a low total, the explosive duo of Bairstow and Warner came out all guns blazing and raced to 50 in the powerplay. The introduction of spinners led to Warner's downfall and also a decline in the scoring rate, but they were always ahead of the curve. Williamson and YJB played risk-free cricket and took their team over the line with eight balls to spare. The unbeaten 48-run stand comprised just one four and one six. Punjab descend to eighth position with this defeat....

18.5 Arshdeep Singh to Williamson, wide, 115.8kph, slower ball into the pitch, too wide outside off and Williamson shoulders arms. Wide signalled and SRH win by 9 wickets; their first win of the season

18.4 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, 1 run, 115.2kph, away-angler, cut away to sweeper cover

18.3 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, 2 runs, dropped! 113.7kph, pitched up ball, Bairstow plays an aerial drive to mid-off's right and Hooda misjudges it a bit as he leaps across. Went with both hands but the ball burst through his fingers..

18.2 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, SIX, there's the biggie! 132.8kph, fuller than good length, Bairstow walks down the track and swings his bat hard to bludgeon it over cow corner. A clean strike for a 82m six. Just 4 needed now...

18.1 Arshdeep Singh to Bairstow, no run, 115.4kph, cutter that doesn't bounce much, Bairstow misses the pull as the ball sneaks under the swinging blade

Arshdeep Singh [3.0-0-21-0] is back into the attack

SRH: 111-1 after 18 overs

17.6 Hooda to Williamson, no run, 92.8kph, quick in-turner, Williamson is cramped for room and fails to connect with his attempted glance/flick. Gets pinned on the thigh

17.5 Hooda to Bairstow, 1 run, Hooda persists with the shortish deliveries and this one's been pulled to long-on's right

17.4 Hooda to Bairstow, 2 runs, 88kph, shorter in length, jabbed over mid-wicket for a couple

17.3 Hooda to Bairstow, no run, 93.8kph, clipped off the inner-edge towards mid-wicket and there's a yes-no situation as Williamson gets sent back. The fielder fails to pick the ball cleanly and KW is easily in

17.2 Hooda to Bairstow, no run, 92.8kph, fired outside off, turns in a touch with extra bounce, Bairstow misses the cut

17.1 Hooda to Bairstow, FOUR, fifty for Bairstow! Gets there with an authoritative pull over square leg. Was a half-tracker and he muscled it for a one-bounce four

Deepak Hooda [3.0-0-15-0] is back into the attack

Just 17 runs scored off the last 4 overs. Almost run-a-ball needed now. Equation: 17 runs | 18 balls. Hooda has been summoned to bowl..

SRH: 104-1 after 17 overs

16.6 Murugan Ashwin to Williamson, no run, 90.8kph, very full in-drifter, Williamson gets too close to the pitch to drive and inside-edges it into the on-side