Mohammad Nabi put on a staggering show with the ball to coordinate the heroics of centurions Jonny Bairstow and David Warner as the three joined to help Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 118 keeps running at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.
RCB were pursuing a mammoth score of 232 to win and even before their openers could settle themselves in the center, Nabi disposed of Parthiv Patel for 11 keeps running in the second over of the innings.
Be that as it may, he truly turned on the style in his second over where he expelled Shimron Hetmyer and AB de Villiers in a range of four conveyances. Hetmyer came moving down the track and missed the line of the conveyance and Bairstow evacuated the safeguards instantly to impact a splendid baffling.
De Villiers at that point missed the line of a Nabi conveyance also and it collided with his stumps. The South Africa was the third RCB wicket to fall so right off the bat in the innings and it truly broke the foundation of their batting line-up.
Nabi picked his fourth wicket in Shivam Dube however in all trustworthiness, the match was at that point over in the third over when the Afghan star had picked his second and third wicket separately. Nabi came back with exceptional figures of 4/11 and this is the second-best numbers by a SRH bowler in the historical backdrop of IPL.