Priyam Garg makes a stunning mid-air catch to sack Daniel Sams »FirstSportz

Priyam Garg
Priyam Garg

Sunrisers Hyderabad did everything well to snatch victory from the Indians of Mumbai last night as they managed 12 points in the IPL. With a game in hand, Sunrisers remain confident they can make the top 4 and qualify for the play-offs this year. Aside from star performers Rahul Tripathi, Umran Malik and Bhuvi, one player went unnoticed Priyam Garg.

The 21-year-old was great substituting for Kane Williamson who has been out of shape this season. The youngster managed to hit 42 balls from 26 to give Sunrisers the start they needed. Priyam Garg formed a good partnership with Rahul Tripathi before disappointingly giving away his wicket to Ramandeep Singh. However, Priyam continued his heroics on the pitch, scoring a superb catch from a ball by Umran Malik to sack Daniel Sams.

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Watch Priyam Garg jump backwards and catch the ball near the 30-yard circle

The equation was then 127/3 after 14.5 overs. And Daniel Sams was ready to smash the balls to help the Mumbai Indians win. However, Priyam Garg’s spectacular catch means Daniel Sams has to head back to the pavilion. This was Umran Malik’s 3rd wicket of the day coming to 21 in 13 games and putting Malik in the top 5 of the Purple Cap race.

Sunrisers play against Punjab Kings in their last game. Both teams need a win to survive in the competition. However, this could shorten Royal Challengers Bangalore’s win over Gujarat Titans. So the playoff qualifiers for SRH, KKR, PBKS and possibly DC are still hanging in the balance.

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