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‘More to come’ from SRH – say LSG slayers Travis Head and Abhishek Sharma | Cricket News – Times of India

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It’s hard to find an adjective for the big-hitting show put up by Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) openers, Travis Head and Abhishek Sharma, in the IPL on Wednesday, when they knocked off a target of 166 in just 9.4 overs, without getting separated, for a 10-wicket win over a hapless Lucknow Super Giants (LSG).
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Chasing LSG’s below-par 165 for 4, Hyderabad openers launched an almost unreal attack on the Lucknow bowlers.

In total, the duo hit 14 sixes and 16 fours, as 148 of the 167 runs in SRH’s unbroken opening parntership came off boundaries alone.

Head ended up smashing 89* off just 30 balls, while Abhishek hammered an equally blistering 75* off only 28 balls.
The knock pushed Head up to number three on Orange Cap standings for most runs in the season, only nine runs behind table-topper Virat Kohli (542 runs). Head now has 533 runs in 11 innings at a staggering strike rate of 201.89.

Abhishek’s tally of runs in 12 innings stands at an impression 401.
In a short video after the match, the duo promised SRH fans that the entertainment and attacking intent will continue in the matches to come.
“More to come,” said Head in the video.
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LSG looked clueless against the all-out attack launched by SRH openers. Before that, LSG skipper KL Rahul had a forgettable outing as a batsman, scoring 29 off 33 balls.
It was only because of Nicholas Pooran’s 48* off 26 balls and Ayush Badoni’s 55* off 30 that LSG could put up a competitive total on the board.

The defeat pushed LSG down to number six on the points table after their sixth defeat in 12 matches, thereby making the team’s task of qualifying for the playoffs tougher. SRH moved up to number three with their seventh win in 12 matches.





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