Watch: ‘Absolute carnage!’ – Reactions from SRH dugout during Travis Head and Abhishek Sharma show | Cricket News


The SRH openers were seen in the first six overs of the match between Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Delhi Capitals (DC) on Saturday. travis head And Abhishek Sharma He broke batting records by hitting 13 fours and 11 sixes and filled his teammates in the dugout with feelings of awe, wonder and amusement.
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Batting first, Sunrisers performed brilliantly from the start and Head and Sharma set a new world record for the fastest time for a team to reach the three-figure mark by making a 100-run partnership in just five overs.

The 125 runs added by both of them in six overs is now the highest powerplay score in T20 cricket.
Head scored 89 runs off 32 balls, including a half-century off 16 balls, the joint-highest score this season. Abhishek Sharma scored 46 runs in just 12 balls, giving him a strike rate of 383.33. In the lower order, Shahbaz Ahmed scored unbeaten 59 runs with the help of 5 sixes in 29 balls, due to which Sunrisers scored a huge score of 266 runs for 7 wickets.
Sharma's sister Komal was also seen celebrating in the crowd.

SRH shared a video of highlights of the partnership between Head and Sharma, including the reactions of his captain Pat Cummins and other teammates in the dugout as they witnessed the carnage.

Chasing a tough target, Delhi, playing on their home ground, almost won the match before succumbing to scoreboard pressure and losing by 67 runs.
They lost their openers David Warner (1) and Prithvi Shaw (16) within the first two overs. But their new batting sensations Jake Fraser-McGurk and Abhishek Porel resumed the chase in style.
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Jake scored 65 runs off just 18 balls hitting seven sixes and five fours at a strike rate of 361.11, which included the fastest half-century of the season in just 15 balls. Meanwhile, Porel scored 42 runs in 22 balls and the duo added 84 runs in just five overs. But once he was gone, Delhi's target was lost despite a fighting inning of 44 runs from captain Rishabh Pane.
The win took SRH to 10 points from five wins in seven matches, taking them to second place in the table.

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