Match Day

280dThe Report by Karthik Krishnaswamy

Warner 90* leads Sunrisers to first win

An unbeaten 59-ball 90 from David Warner steered Sunrisers Hyderabad to their first win of the season after their bowlers had kept Mumbai Indians to 142

280dNagraj Gollapudi in Hyderabad

Onus on top four to carry our batting - Warner

Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner believes his side hasn't played to potential over the last two years, but hopes they will be able to overcome two successive losses while facing Mumbai Indians on Monday

Warner's chasing high

3089

Runs by David Warner in T20 chases - the second highest by any batsman. Only Gayle (4747) has made more. Warner leapfrogged from No. 6 to No. 2 in his innings of 90*.

Chasing veteran

28

Fifty-plus scores in T20 chases by David Warner. Only Chris Gayle has scored more (40).

slow in powerplay

33

Runs scored by Sunrisers in Powerplay - the third lowest in an innings in this IPL. This is also the joint third-lowest Powerplay score of the home team at this venue.

Warner's chasing form

5

Fifty-plus scores by David Warner in previous ten chases in the IPL. He averaged 42 and struck at 160.16 in these innings.

2nd most expensive

26

Runs off Bipul Sharma's last over - the 2nd most expensive of this IPL. Sunrisers' Bhuvaneshwar Kumar had conceded 28 v RCB, which tops this list.

tough opponent

2-4

Sunrisers's record against Mumbai in the IPL. The last time they won against Mumbai was in Dubai in 2014 and have lost three straight games since then.