SRH Won the 7th Title of IPL T20 (2016) Final.
In the Indian Premier League final match Sunrisers Hyderabad washout by eight runs in an interesting and thorny to Royal Challengers Bangalore.
In pursuit of Bangalore at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Sunrisers Hyderabad by 209 runs target gave to Royal Challengers Bangalore scored 200 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 20 overs despite a perfect start.
Sunrisers Hyderabad player Ben Cutting was declared man of the match due to its wonderful performance, he was taken just 15 balls scored 39 runs, and then pushed the two players by giving the 35 runs.
It heard while deciding to bat first after winning the toss Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 208 runs for the loss of seven wickets.
Royal Challengers Bangalor team that started their innings in 209 runs seemed, after which the then Virat Kohli and Chris Gayle 114 runs partnership for the first wicket, on that point everyone feeling that Royal Challengers win the final easily.
But when on the Ben Cutting Ball Chris Gayle was out then Royal Challengers Bangalore wickets were falling intermittently.
Virat Kohli, Chris Gayle was out by scoring 54 and 76 runs.
Except that not any player playing back, and out-form batsman AB de Villiers
also scored five runs.
Ben Cutting from Sunrisers Hyderabad successful bowler with two wickets.
Sunrisers Hyderabad won the toss and decided to bat first, David Warner and Shakhar Dhawan gave up 60 runs in the first six overs with good opening of his team.
David Warner played stormy innings of 69 runs off just 38 balls, while Dhawan was out scoring 28 runs.
Yuvraj Singh (38) was the second leading scorer of Sunrisers, the score just 15 balls to 39 runs to take Ben Cutting significantly role to take the runs above 200.
By Royal Challengers took three wickets by Chris Jordan and two wickets by Arvind.
Sunrisers Hyderabad 208-7 in 20.0 Overs (David Warner 69, Yuvraj Singh 38, Ben Cutting 39*, Sreenath Arvind 2-30, Chris Jordan 3-45) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore 200-7 in 20.0 Overs (Chris Gayle 76, Virat Kohli 54, Ben Cutting 2-35) by 8 runs.
Man of the Match: Ben cutting for his 39* off 15 ball & 35/2. (Source: IPL T20)