WATCH: Hyderabad’s T. Natarajan’s impressive run out of Mumbai’s Tim David

Tim David was looked as if MI would be able to win their last match against SRH. But that didn't happen after a brilliant run-out from T. Natarajan.

Tim David
Tim David

In the match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians, the former had given the target of 194 on Tuesday, May 17 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Chasing the challenging total, Mumbai Indians batters weren’t left behind as they the 95-run partnership from MI skipper Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan gave a good start with their 48 and 43 runs respectively.

Tim David was playing a quick knock, scoring 46 off just 18 balls after smashing powerful 4 sixes and 3 fours. But the big fish had to turn back to the pavilion as T. Natarajan had the last laugh after being smashed for four sixes. Natarajan bowled a length ball; Tim David mistimed his heave back towards the bowler. Natarajan half-stopped it. The ball went towards the sticks and Tim David looed to steal a run but Natarajan went towards the ball quickly and disturbed the stumps.

The Singaporean cricketer has scored unbeaten 20 in MI’s last match, a crucial 44* against Gujarat Titans, 16* of 7 balls against arch-rivals Chennai Super Kings.

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Tim David
Tim David

Tim David quoted in the Indian Express:

“Kind of felt like the season didn’t really start for us till we got that first win. Since then, we have played some really good cricket.”

“We have won three of our last four games and there has been a good feeling in the team.”

“I spend a lot of my time in the nets trying to hit sixes. I think it’s about putting pressure on the bowler and recognizing the right situations when you can try that in a game,” David said.

“There might be different pitches, or grounds that suit power-hitting off particular bowlers. You have got to pick those moments, and also you have got to be aware that it’s not going to come off all the time, and batting in the middle-order can be risky,” he added.

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