Rohit Sharma fell for 48 off 36 as SRH broke the 95-run opening stand. Rohit came down the track as Washington Sundar pulled back the length. He ended up with a mistime to deep midwicket where substitute fielder J Suchith took the catch. Both Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma, who’d hit two sixes off Bhuvneshwar and one scoop off T Natarajan, found the boundaries regularly. They were rattling along at close to nine an over inside the powerplay. Earlier, MI did well to restrict SRH to a total below 200 given the manner in which Rahul Tripathi was striking the ball.
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