Updated IPL 2023 Points Table, Orange Cap, Purple Cap List After SRH vs MI Game: MI Rise To Sixth Spot

Mumbai Indians defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 14 runs in their IPL 2023 match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on Tuesday. Asked to bat first, Cameron Green scored an unbeaten 64 off 40 balls to post a mammoth 192/5 in 20 overs. Apart from him, Ishaan Kishan played an inning of 38 runs in 31 balls. Later, SRH fell short by 14 runs after Piyush Chawla, Jason Behrendorff and Riley Meredith picked up two wickets each. With this win, MI moved up to the sixth spot while SRH remained at the ninth spot. Rajasthan Royals continues to top the points table.


Orange and Purple Cap

RCB skipper Faf du Plessis continues to top the highest run-scorer’s table with 259 runs from five matches. MI’s Tilak Verma is in seventh place with a total of 214 runs in five matches. On the other hand, Rajasthan Royals spinner Yuzvendra Chahal holds the Purple Cap with 11 wickets. MI’s Piyush Chawla is at the ninth position with seven wickets.

Cameron Green displayed his brute power with his maiden IPL half-century before Arjun Tendulkar bowled a brilliant 20th over under immense pressure as Mumbai Indians beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 14 runs in Hyderabad on Tuesday to register their third consecutive win.

Green (64 not out off 40) and Tilak Verma (37 off 17) put on a challenging 192 for five after Mumbai Indians were put into bat. With the odd ball not coming on the bat, it was difficult to hit boundaries from the start but Sunrisers recovered from a simple powerplay to take the game deeper with the help of openers Mayank Agarwal (48 off 41) and Heinrich Klaasen (48). Gave. 36 off 16).

In the end, they fell short and were all out for 178 in 19.5 overs for their third defeat in five matches.

While Agarwal scored some much-needed runs, it was Klaasen’s knock that put Mumbai under pressure. The South African attacked veteran leggie Piyush Chawla, hitting him for fours and sixes in his 21-run over.

Sunrisers needed 60 off the last 30 balls and Marco Jansen (13 off 6) and Washington Sundar (10 off 6) made the game interesting before the latter’s fortuitous running between the wickets cost them.

Tendulkar, playing his second IPL, again bowled two overs with the new ball and returned to bowl the high-pressure final over with Sunrisers needing 20 runs.

Tendulkar chose to bowl full and wide and was able to get the job done for his team. He got his first IPL wicket in the process.