M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore and to win their maiden Indian choicest League title

Regardless of a stunning batting exertion from Chris Gayle and another half-century from Virat Kohli that helped him complete the season with a count of 973 runs, Sunrisers  Hyderabad expertly held their nerves to squeeze out an eight-run triumph against Royal Challengers Bangalore before their home fans at the M M Chinnaswamy stadium  in Bangalore and to win their lady Indian Premier League title. David Warner's assault minded move to put the keeps running on the board in a major experience paid off liberally as Sunrisers posted a mammoth 208 for 7. Warner established a solid framework with his ninth half-century of the season, before Yuvraj Singh held the center request together with a crucial commitment. Ben Cutting gave the group the quite required thrive towards the end of the innings that took Sunrisers to a better than average aggregate on a batting-accommodating track.

Kohli unleashed his captaincy peculiarities early at the end of the day, beginning the procedures with a profound point for Warner and a profound square leg for Dhawan. With two left handers in the center, the Royal Challengers captain couldn't swing to Iqbal Abdulla, his left-arm spinner, early. He acquired Chris Gayle rather, who put down an extreme chance off Dhawan in his first over. Kohli's field positions in the powerplay overs didn't bear the kind of natural products he would have sought after as his bowlers blundered long, permitting the Sunrisers twosome to get off the pieces quickly. Shane Watson began too full with no assurance down the ground and the Sunrisers openers made him pay for it, crushing a straight six each. Gayle too couldn't exactly bowl to his field as Sunrisers dashed away to 59 for no wicket in 6 overs.

Yuzvendra Chahal, Royal Challengers' best bowler of the season, figured out how to break the threatening organization, utilizing a googly to fox Dhawan, whose desire to clear the ball prompted his ruin. Warner kept on swinging his willow at every last bit of width offered to him, raising his ninth fifty of the season, off only 24 conveyances. Chris Jordan arrived and offered more width on a platter, giving a free-scoring Warner a chance to add to his count of limits. The England pacer profited from a change of strike as Moises Henriques skied a length conveyance on the leg side to offer Royal Challengers a fortunate reprieve at the midway stage.

Yuvraj Singh guaranteed a brief time-travel to the past as he started with an eminent spread drive off Watson, more often than not connected with a much leaner and meaner Yuvraj of the mid 2000s. Jordan helped the southpaw add to the story by offering two hit-me conveyances down the leg, which Yuvraj flicked away richly for a four and a six. Indeed, even the Royal Challengers fans found motivation to stop and acclaim a rival.

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New book Six Machine West Indies legend Chris Gayle

New book Six Machine
West Indies legend Chris Gayle
West Indies legend Chris Gayle will inform the inspiring tale of his life from being a shy, skinny child from a tin-roofed shack inside the lower back streets of Kingston, stealing empty bottles to shop for meals, to becoming one of the maximum adverse batsmen in international.

Gayle's memoirs "Six machine: I don't Like Cricket... i like It," published by Penguin Random house, may be released around the world on June 2.

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