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SRH co-owner Kavya Maran moves to tears after IPL final defeat against KKR
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SRH co-owner Kavya Maran moves to tears after IPL final defeat against KKR

| @indiablooms | 27 May 2024, 11:31 am

Chennai/IBNS: Sunrisers Hyderabad co-owner Kavya Maran moved to tears after her franchise were thrashed by Kolkata Knight Riders in the final of IPL 2024.

As camera panned towards her, Kavya, who cheers SRH in all IPL matches sitting in the stands, was spotted in teary eyes as she was applauding KKR's thumping win in the final.

After getting conscious of the camera, Kavya turned back and was seen wiping out her tears.

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KKR lift IPL trophy for third time

In an allround performance, KKR outplayed SRH by 8 wickets on Sunday to lift the IPL trophy for the third time.

Right from the beginning, KKR dominated the game picking SRH wickets at regular intervals giving no chance to the opponent to even smell a comeback.

The pacers- led by Mitchell Starc, Andre Russell and Harshit Rana- did most of the damage to SRH batting picking 7 wickets in total leaving the rest for the spinners.

Rattled by KKR's bowling, SRH could just add 113, a below par score, on board.

Venkatesh Iyer's unbeaten 52 from 26 balls and Rahmanullah Gurbaz's 39 from 32 made it look for KKR a cakewalk to hunt down the nominal target.

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