Learn about LSG vs SRH match result along with key match highlights, IPL points table update, man of the match, full list of award winners list and everything else you need to know today about Match 58 of IPL 2023 between Lucknow Super Giants and Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) beat Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) by seven wickets in a crucial match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. Recovering from two losses and a no-result game, LSG’s triumph was largely due to an unbeaten 64-run knock from Prerak Mankad, with commendable support from Marcus Stoinis (40) and Nicholas Pooran (44*), leading to a seven-wicket victory.
Starting the chase of 183, LSG found themselves in trouble as opener Kyle Mayers fell in the fourth over, scoring a sluggish 2 runs off 13 balls. LSG’s scoring was contained initially by SRH bowlers, leaving them at 30/1 after the powerplay. Quinton de Kock’s promising innings was cut short at 29 runs by spinner Mayank Markande, slowing LSG’s momentum further.
Facing a daunting task of 108 runs off 48 balls, Mankad and Stoinis escalated their onslaught, accumulating 28 runs in two overs. Stoinis, after hitting three more sixes, was caught off Abhishek Sharma’s bowling. Pooran then entered, smashing three consecutive sixes to reduce the equation to 38 off 24 balls.
Mankad and Pooran continued their aggressive batting, reducing the target to 14 off the last two overs. Pooran hit a crucial six and a boundary, leaving LSG requiring just four runs in the final over. Pooran scored the winning runs with a stylish boundary, marking another thrilling last-over finish in the tournament.
Earlier, SRH’s innings started on a shaky note with an early loss of Abhishek Sharma. Rahul Tripathi and Anmolpreet Singh tried to stabilize the innings, adding some quick runs. However, they both fell in quick succession, leaving SRH at 56/2 after the powerplay. SRH’s middle order could not withstand LSG’s bowling attack, spearheaded by Krunal Pandya’s two-wicket haul.
Heinrich Klaasen, however, played a valiant knock of 47 runs, contributing significantly to SRH’s total of 182/6. Klaasen and Abdul Samad’s 50-run partnership was crucial in anchoring SRH’s innings. LSG’s bowlers put up a collective effort with Pandya, Yudhvir Singh, Avesh Khan, Yash Thakur, and Amit Mishra all claiming a wicket each. Despite SRH’s competitive total, LSG’s determined batting display ensured they secured the victory, maintaining their fourth position on the IPL leaderboard.
LSG vs SRH Score Summary:
- Sunrisers Hyderabad 182/6 (20 ov)
- Lucknow Super Giants 185/3 (19.2 ov)
- LSG won by 7 wickets
Points Table Update after IPL LSG vs SRH Match 58
Lucknow Super Giants climbs one position to number at the IPL Points Table after today’s win by 7-wkts against Sunrisers Hyderabad. SRH remains at number nine with eight points from 11 matches so far.
LSG vs SRH Match 58 Award Winners at IPL 2023
- Player Of The Match: Prerak Mankad (LSG)
- TIAGO.ev Electric Striker Of The Match: Nicholas Pooran (LSG) SR: 338.5
- Herbalife Active Catch Of The Match: Abdul Samad (SRH)
- Visit Saudi Beyond The Boundaries Longest 6: Marcus Stoinis (LSG) – 110 metres
- RuPay On-The-Go 4s: Prerak Mankad (LSG) – 7 Fours
- UPSTOX Most Valuable Asset Of The Match: Prerak Mankad (LSG) – 27 MVA pts
- Dream11 Gamechanger Of The Match: Prerak Mankad (LSG) – 97 Dream11 pts
Note: All the prizes carried a cash reward of Rs 1 lakh
Major Highlights for LSG vs SRH Match Today
- Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) triumphed over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in a vital IPL match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.
- The Giants bounced back with a win following two losses and a no-result game, maintaining their fourth position on the IPL table.
- LSG chased 183 with Prerak Mankad leading the team with an unbeaten 64 runs, while Marcus Stoinis and Nicholas Pooran contributed with 40 and 44 runs respectively.
- LSG faced an early setback when Kyle Mayers was dismissed in the fourth over with only 12 runs on the board.
- SRH bowlers constrained LSG’s scoring initially, however, Mankad provided some relief with two consecutive boundaries off Fazalhaq Farooqi, pushing the score to 30/1 at the powerplay end.
- Quinton de Kock’s promising innings was halted at 29 runs by spinner Mayank Markande, causing a slowdown for LSG.
- With 108 runs required off 48 balls, Mankad and Stoinis accelerated the scoring, taking 14 runs off Farooqi’s over and 28 runs in two overs.
- After hitting three sixes, Stoinis was dismissed at 40 runs by SRH’s Abhishek Sharma.
- Nicholas Pooran stepped up, smashing three consecutive sixes, reducing the required runs to 38 from 24 balls.
- Mankad continued the charge with a boundary and a six in the 17th over, bringing down the requirement to 24 from 18 balls.
- Pooran cracked back-to-back boundaries off Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the penultimate over, leaving 14 runs needed off the last two overs.
- The final over saw a thrilling conclusion, with Pooran securing the victory with a boundary off the last ball.
- Earlier in the match, SRH started slow, losing their first wicket early with Abhishek Sharma dismissed at seven runs.
- Rahul Tripathi and Anmolpreet Singh attempted to steady SRH’s innings, gathering 18 runs in the fifth over.
- After the powerplay, SRH were 56/2, with Aiden Markram and Anmolpreet Singh at the crease.
- Amit Mishra dismissed Anmolpreet with a magical spin, reducing SRH to 100/3 in 10.5 overs.
- LSG’s captain Krunal Pandya showed his bowling prowess in the 13th over, dismissing two batters consecutively.
- Heinrich Klaasen boosted SRH’s score, hitting two consecutive sixes in the 16th over and adding a 50-run partnership with Abdul Samad.
- Klaasen was caught out at 47 runs, leaving SRH to post a total of 182/6.
- Pandya was the standout bowler for LSG, taking two wickets, while Yudhvir Singh, Avesh Khan, Yash Thakur, and Amit Mishra each claimed a wicket.
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