We didn’t set a goal of 200, but instead went with the flow, says Priyam Garg.

We didn’t set a goal of 200, but instead went with the flow, says Priyam Garg. Priyam Garg promoted to opener, and despite losing his opening partner Abhishek Sharma for 9 with 16 runs on the board in the third over, he made the most of the opportunity.

After being put into bat, SunRisers Hyderabad score a challenging 193/6 in 20 overs against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium here. Priyam Garg laid the groundwork by scoring 42 off 26 balls, hitting four boundaries and two sixes. At one point, it appeared that SRH would score 200+ runs, but Mumbai bowlers kept them under 200. “This is a good score, but it appears to be 10-15 short given how we were going. But it is one that our bowlers can defend. We didn’t set a goal of 200, but instead went with the flow “Priyam Garg stated during the mid-innings break.

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Priyam Garg promoted to opener, and despite losing his opening partner Abhishek Sharma for 9 with 16 runs on the board in the third over, he made the most of the opportunity. Priyam Garg and Rahul Tripathi combined for a 78-run partnership for the second wicket.

“I was informed that I would be opening and planned accordingly. The new ball started slowly but improved as the innings progressed “He stated.


Ultimately, despite a strong effort from the Mumbai Indians, SunRisers Hyderabad won the match by three runs.

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