All the records made in MI Vs SRH match

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The match between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad was full of entertainment and records. It was a match for the ages which will be remembered for a very long time. The match was played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. In this article, we will tell you all the records made in MI Vs SRH match.

  1. Mumbai Indians won the toss and they elected to bowl first, Hyderabad batted first in their home ground and made a mammoth total of 277/3. It was highest highest-ever team total in the history of the league. They surpassed RCB’s 263 in the match against MI.
  2. Mumbai Indians did not step back, in return they also made 246/5 which was the highest-ever second-innings total in the history of the Indian Premier League. It was a run-fest at Hyderabad.
  3. Australian opening batsman, Travis Head played his first game for Sunrisers Hyderabad where he made a half-century off just 18 balls. It was the second-fastest fifty for SRH in IPL.
  4. Abhishek Sharma came to bat after Mayank Agarwal got out, he instantly broke the record of Head of fastest fifty for SRH. It showed explosive power hitting and made half a century off just 16 balls. He now holds the record for scoring the fastest half-century for SRH in IPL.
  5. The total boundary count of the match was 69 which was the joint highest boundary count in an IPL match. It was a run-fest and a very entertaining match for the audience.
  6. Hyderabad scored 277 and Mumbai scored 246, their aggregate total was 523 which is the highest aggregate total in an IPL match.
  7. The match was all about sixes, Hyderabad team smashed 18 sixes in their innings. It was the highest-ever six counts for Hyderabad in an IPL match.
  8. Almost every batter in the match played with a strike rate above 200, in total 38 sixes were scored in the match which again is the highest six count in an IPL match.
Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.