IPL 2017 David Warner Maximum Sixes against KXIP

4.4 over for Axar to Warner, SIX, Warner is out of the box quickly and lofts it over mid-on. This white ball surely travels. Goes way into the stands.

4.5 over for Axar to Warner, SIX, 50 up already for SRH. In the slot and Warner clears his front foot to nail this straight over the bowler's head. Into the second tier.
6.6 over for Cariappa to Warner, SIX, Warner spoils Cariappa's over. Just short of a yorker and Warner clears his front foot to thump it straight over the bowler's head for his third maximum.

7.2 over for Maxwell to Warner, SIX, Warner is picking the spinner well today. Comes down the track in a flash and gets to the pitch of the ball to nail this over long-on.

Rashid Khan is the Man of the Match for his 4-0-16-1

Rashid Khan is Man of the Match says: It's a big league and it's a big stage, playing with big names. Murali has been superb so far with me and is supporting me.
The confidence and the motivation given from the coaching staff and the skipper helps. I would like to dedicate this award to my brother. He has prayed for me and this goes to him.

Sunrisers secure their first away win of the season 2017

Warner says: We know here generally, getting 180 you generally win most games. Fantastic innings from Marsh, after those drops. It's a bit hard here in the lights, but no excuses.
The way he played, it was the Shikhar of old. Williamson is a fantastic player, the way he plays so freely and elegantly. I just tried to tinker a bit with what Kings XI did in the first six overs in our innings.

Only Shaun Marsh showed some fight as KXIP slipped to defeat

Glenn Maxwell says: Yeah sort of a close game. Probably shows how far we were. 25 runs and it shows what the difference it can make between a par score on this wicket. We were pretty sloppy on the field. We were sloppy with the ball as well.
I don't think we executed well. When you bowl both sides of the wicket, good players will make you pay. We really didn't get off to a good start. Runs wise we were fine. Marsh was outstanding. He was class. He has been doing that consistently for 10 years now for Kings XI. Just go back to the basics. A quick turn around for us is needed. Hopefully, turn up better in the next game.

All-round SRH romp to thumping win

Martin Guptill teed off at the start of the chase. Shaun Marsh teed off at the back end. Bhuvneshwar - Sunrisers' gun bowler - dismissed both with knuckle balls to seal it for Sunrisers.
In between Rashid Khan was impressive with his googlies and fast legbreaks. The win, though, was set up fifties from the top three: Dhawan, Warner, and Williamson. Sunrisers stay third with their fifth win of the season. Kings XI slip from fifth to sixth with their fifth loss of the season.

Top order headlines Sunrisers' dominance

The trio of Dhawan, Warner and Williamson set things up with the bat, and the bowlers did enough to overcome a valiant effort from Shaun Marsh to seal the win. Rashid Khan and Bhuvneshwar Kumar were brilliant once again, registering superb figures in a game where stopping runs proved to be difficult on a belter of a pitch. At no stage during the chase did it feel like SRH were not in control,
which can be credited to Rashid's spell which ensured that the required rate shot up over 14 with six overs still left. Even at his best, Marsh just wasn't able to take the attack to the Afghanistan leggie as he just didn't pick him most of the time. He upped the ante later on but it was too much to do for a lone man. Nothing much of note from the Kings XI other than Marsh's effort, and maybe Guptill's little burst at the top. SRH register their first away win of the season.

Anureet hits a full toss straight down the throat of long-off

19.6 over for Nehra to Anureet Singh, out Caught by Williamson!! That's it. Nehra bags a third as Anureet hits a full toss straight down the throat of long-off. Sunrisers bag their first away win this season. Anureet Singh c Williamson b Nehra 15(12) [4s-2]