That's all from us tonight. Good night

Keemo Paul is Player of the Match Dream come true for me. Everyone asked me to enjoy the biggest league in the world, and why not. Adapted to the wicket, slower balls were gripping.

Shreyas Iyer It started to slow down and me and Rishabh decided that one of us must go on, the way we lost wickets in succession wasn't great but we got some at the back-end from Keemo Paul and Axar. It's a positive thing to carry back home (away wins), the way we bowled was exceptional.

Rabada We have our game plans and we try and stick to them, that's all we can do. Playing in India you need variation in pace, Keemo did that beautifully and our spinners bowled exceptionally well. In many ways, you do have a responsibility as an overseas players, at the end of the day I want the team's success.

Williamson I thought the first half with the ball was a pretty good effort, in the second half we tried but never got any partnerships going, we never got ahead of the game. There's never complacency in such a tournament, anyone can beat anyone.

It's been South Africa's day in the IPL. After Imran Tahir spun a web around KKR, Rabada and Morris have combined, with help from Keemo Paul - can't keep West Indians out of it - who was the pick of the bowlers. It was he who broke the threatening Warner-Bairstow stand and then tightened the noose around a misfiring SRH middle-order. Warner's fall just after fifty had much to do with the squeeze during the middle and with him went SRH's chances, as nobody other than him and Bairstow entered double figures and they succumbed to a third straight loss. Things looking ominous for them with table toppers CSK up next. All looks dandy for the Delhi Capitals after their third win on the bounce, which catapults them to second place on the table.

Rabada to Ahmed, OUT, bowled him! The perfect yorker to complete a perfect defence of what looked like a below-par score but has proved to be more than enough as the Capitals stretch their winning streak to three and SRH go down for the third time in succession

KK Ahmed b Rabada 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Rabada to Kumar, OUT, slower ball on a length, he goes for the hoick to the leg side, gets it on the splice and offers a high return catch to the bowler

B Kumar c & b Rabada 2 (8m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Rabada to Sandeep Sharma, 2 wides, short slower ball, left alone and called wide for height
Rabada to Kumar, 1 run, full and straight and hammered back at the bowler
Rabada to Kumar, no run, short ball, follows him as he backs away and misses the attempted ramp
Rabada to Sandeep Sharma, 1 run, length on middle as he backs away and hangs his bat out but somehow finds the middle and gets a single to deep point

18 | 4 Runs 3 Wkts | SRH: 112/8 (44 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 6.22, RRR: 22.00)

  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar1 (1b)
  • Chris Morris3-0-22-3
  • Kagiso Rabada3-0-18-2
Morris to Abhishek Sharma, OUT, that's three in the over for Morris! Length on middle, tries to heave it to the leg side, gets it high on the bat and only manages to lob it up to extra cover

Abhishek Sharma c Paul b Morris 2 (9m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

Morris to Kumar, 1 run, yorker on off, pushed to extra cover
Morris to Abhishek Sharma, 1 run,
Morris to Rashid Khan, OUT, length on middle, swung away towards deep squareleg and SRH are losing wickets in a clump with the required-rate climbing every ball. Chris Morris is on a hat-trick now as Rashid Khan holes out

Rashid Khan c Paul b Morris 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Morris to Hooda, OUT, knocked him over as the leg stump goes cartwheeling! Perfect yorker, taling back in and through Deepak Hooda

DJ Hooda b Morris 3 (8m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 75.00

Morris to Hooda, 2 runs, length on middle, swings to the leg side, it goes high in the air but falls in no man's land in the deep midwicket region

17 | 4 Runs 2 Wkts | SRH: 108/5 (48 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.35, RRR: 16.00)

  • Deepak Hooda1 (2b)
  • Abhishek Sharma1 (1b)
  • Kagiso Rabada3-0-18-2
  • Keemo Paul4-0-17-3

Khan: "I was reading about Abhishek's leg cutter to Munro, is it similar to what Imad Wasim bowls especially with new ball" - Not really, says our man Karthik Krishnaswamy, explaining that Imad tries to get the ball to swing more and holds the seam differently. Meanwhile, Karthik also has an excellent dissection of Abhishek's ball in our Talking Points.

Rabada to Hooda, 1 run, short ball on middle. slower ball, helped along to fine-leg
Rabada to Hooda, no run, full and straight, pushed back to the bowler
Rabada to Abhishek Sharma, 1 run, length on middle, pushed aerially towards long-on
Rabada to Shankar, OUT, another one goes high up in the air and that could be the match! Short ball, Vijay Shankar has little choice but to attack, goes for the pull but with his weight forward is in position to execute it, only manages a top edge, called nice and early by the wicketkeeper

V Shankar c †Pant b Rabada 1 (8m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Rabada to Warner, OUT, Rabada wins the battle against Warner, but he has Keemo Paul, Amit Mishra and perhaps even Ricky Bhui to thank! Slower ball on middle, held in the surface, Warner tried to go over mid-off, who was in the circle but only had to take a couple of steps back to take and significantly dent SRH's chances

DA Warner c Iyer b Rabada 51 (86m 47b 3x4 1x6) SR: 108.51

Sunrisers 2nd innings Partnerships

1st72DA WarnerJM Bairstow
2nd6DA WarnerKS Williamson
3rd23DA WarnerRK Bhui
4th5DA WarnerV Shankar
5th0V ShankarDJ Hooda
6th4DJ HoodaAbhishek Sharma
7th0Rashid KhanAbhishek Sharma
8th2B KumarAbhishek Sharma
9th4B KumarSandeep Sharma
10th0Sandeep SharmaKK Ahmed