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SRH keep calm, down Mumbai

DNMUM411999 | 4/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :486

Hosts chase 11 off final over with just 1 wicket in hand as Rohit & Co suffer second loss
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Mumbai: Mumbai Indians lost their second consecutive game of IPL-11 after Sunrisers Hyderabad pulled off a dramatic one-wicket victory off the final ball in Hyderabad on Thursday.
Chasing a modest target of 149, Deepak Hooda and Billy Stanlake did the star turn for the hosts, keep calm heads to score 11 runs off the final over bowled by Ben Cutting.
At one point, it seemed the chase will be a cakewalk for the hosts, being 136/5 in the 18th over.
But a period of nine balls, one run and four wickets by MI dramatically changed things, with SRH down to 137/9 courtesy wickets by Jasprit Bumrah and Mustafizur Rahman.
With 11 needed of the final over, Hooda smashed a six off the first ball off Cutting to again tilt t
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