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By Dhiraj | Mar 31, 2019 08:10 PM

Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to field first since he felt the wicket will play slow in the first innings and will get better as the game goes on.

Post match review for SRH vs RCB

The Sunrisers Hyderabad had the most incredible start with both Bairstow and Warner taking on the bowling straight away. Virat Kohli tried all possible combinations but nothing really worked. On what was supposed to be a slow pitch, Warner and Bairstow made it look extremely easy scoring runs for fun. They went on to get their 3rd 100 run partnership in a row which is a record by itself and then went on to get their own 100's. Bairstow got out after scoring 114 of 56 balls and Warner remained not out getting 100 off 55 balls taking the total to a massive 231 in the 20 overs. The bowlers really traveled with young Barman being the most expensive giving 56 runs in 4 overs.

In return, the Royal Challengers Bangalore did not manage to put up any fight, with Nabi opening the bowling and picking up 4 wickets. RCB were in danger on getting bowled out very early when they were 6/36 in 7.3 overs. But Grandhomme managed to stick around a bit scoring 37 runs along with young Barman who then managed to drag the match till the end before they got bowled out with 1 ball to go for 113.

RCB have plenty of problems to think about and this was another game to forget for them and they will have to come up with a solution sooner rather than later.