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Spirited KKR bowlers restrict Sunrisers Hyderabad at 113 in IPL final
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Spirited KKR bowlers restrict Sunrisers Hyderabad at 113 in IPL final

| @indiablooms | 26 May 2024, 09:45 pm

Backed by a spirited performance by bowlers, Kolkata Knight Riders bowled out Sunrisers Hyderabad for 113 runs in the final match of the cash-rich Indian Premier League in Chennai on Sunday (May 26, 2024).

This is the lowest target set by a team in an IPL final.

West Indian all-rounder Andr Russell dominated the show and scalped three wickets while Australian Mitchell Starc and Harshit Rana took two wickets each.

SRH skipper Pat Cummins, who led Australia last year to World Cup victory against India in Ahemadabad, looked the only bright spot in the batting lineup as he contributed 24 runs.

He hammered two boundaries and a six in his innings.

Cummins' late onslaught was enough to ensure SRH posted a target over the 100-run mark.

Aiden Markram remained the second top contributor for the side with his 20.

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