Kings XI Punjab came back to home solace and rewards ways, jumping to the third spot in the table with a six-wicket prevail upon Sunrisers Hyderabad here on Monday, in spite of a late smaller than normal breakdown in a less than impressive pursue of 151.
IPL News: The host seemed to have taken in its exercises in pacing the pursuit, Mayank Agarwal and K.L. Rahul guaranteeing there would be no hiccups toward the completion a second time. The pair did not let the early expulsion of Chris Gayle influence the scoring rate, making singular half-hundreds of years and including 114 for the second wicket to put the host in charge. The main distinction was the courses they took — Rahul inclining toward strokes along the ground and Mayank going the flying way. 
They were by all accounts playing on an alternate pitch from what the SRH batsmen had battled on, and the conditions did not make it any simpler for the guests. Dew helped the ball make advances on the bat better and race to the limit quicker. 
Sunrisers’ bumbles in the field just aggravated the issues, specifically the sitter dropped by Yusuf Pathan off Mayank with the batsman on 42 and Kings requiring 37 for triumph. In spite of the fact that the hosts lost three wickets in the last three overs for 16 runs, the Rahul-Mayank stand had done what’s necessary. 
Prior, it was a strangely moderate thump by Warner, who stayed unbeaten on 70 with six hits to the limit and one over it. Actually, the Sunrisers innings had a stupendous aggregate of two sixes — the other one by Deepak Hooda off the last wad of the innings. Hooda’s 14 keeps running off the last three conveyances saw Sunrisers contact 150. 
The nearness of Warner gave Sunrisers the stay it required in the wake of losing Jonny Bairstow in the second finished. The center request, which had disintegrated in the past amusement against Mumbai Indians, offered some kind of reparation. Vijay Shankar didn’t endeavor showy shots, rather supporting a strenuous organization. Manish Pandey, blending alert with hostility, kept the scoreboard ticking. 
Be that as it may, at 50 for one out of 10 overs, R. Ashwin’s choice to place Sunrisers in looked right. Warner attempted to discover the holes and the pitch remained moderate and low, making strokeplay troublesome. His 50 off 49 balls was his slowest IPL 50 years. 
Vijay Shankar scratched Ashwin to Rahul in the eleventh over and Mohd. Nabi was run out by the KXIP captain who redirected a shot from Warner to the stumps. The Afghanistan player had supported off too far down the pitch. It resembled the Sunrisers bowlers wouldn’t have enough to protect, and that is actually what occurred.