Watch: SRH's CEO Kavya Maran reaction after the dismissal of Manish Pandey


Last night, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad locked horns with each other at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. During the game, the CEO of Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kavya Maran, has spotted angry after the dismissal of Manish Pandey.

She was not happy with the wicket which followed the English batsman Jonny Bairstow just before the wicket of Manish Pandey. Coming to the game the skipper of Sunrisers Hyderabad, David Warner, elected to field first after winning the toss.

Virat Kohli continued to open for RCB with his partner Devudtt Padikkal who playing his first game after coming back from COVID-19. Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave the breakthrough for his side by sending back the left-hander to the dressing room.

Shahbaz Ahmed followed him as he gave a simple catch to Rashid Khan in Shahbaz Nadem's spell. Then Glenn Maxwell and Virat Kohli played well in the middle and almost set the middle-overs for AB de Villiers.

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Summary of RCB vs SRH game

This time it was Jason Holder who dismissed the RCB captain for 33 runs. AB de Villiers also sent back to the pavilion with the numbers of 1 from Rashid Khan.

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Glenn Maxwell played till the end of the innings and scored 59 runs which helped his team to set a target of 150 runs for the opposition. David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha opened for SRH as the wicket-keeper had been removed by Mohammed Siraj for 1 run.

Manish Pandey took the game with his captain and both of them added 83 runs for the 2nd wicket partnership. However, Kyle Jamieson did the job for the team by removing Warner with a slower ball that he hit straight to Daniel Christain at the long-on region.

The entire team collapsed after his wicket as Manish Pandey, Jonny Bairstow and Abdul Samad were sent back to the pavilion by Shahbaz Ahmed in one over which turned the face of the game. In the end, Royal Challengers Bangalore won the game with a margin of 6 runs.