Unlike the last match, Mumbai openers Wriddhiman Saha (22) and Shikhar Dhawan (45) gave the ideal start, forging a 62-run partnership. The duo put on a 62-run partnership for the first wicket to firmly put the hosts in the driving seat.
Saha finally fell in the seventh over, after a brilliant review by Mumbai saw him out lbw to a Markande googly after it had initially not been given.
Dhawan's 45-run innings was also halted by Markande when he hit the ball straight into the hands of Bumrah at square leg. Manish Pandey became Markande's third scalp of the day when he top-edged a delivery miles in the air and Rohit took a good high catch. In the very first over, Rohit Sharma too was guilty of trying to slog the ball, but was lucky to be reprieved by Deepak Hooda, who put down a catch running backwards from midwicket.
This is the second match for Sun Risers Hyderabad at their home ground while first for Mumbai Indians outside.
Brief Scores: Sunrisers Hyderabad 151/9 (Dhawan 44, Hooda 32*, Markande 4-23) beat Mumbai Indians 147/8 (Lewis 29, Pollard 28, Sandeep 2-25, Kaul 2-29) by one wicket.
Billy Stanlake hit the winning runs off the last ball of Ben Cutting, who went for a massive six of the first delivery before conceding three singes after a wide.
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The action unfolded in the last over in which Hodda and Stanlake guided their team to a thrilling victory. The southpaw heaved the ball on the onside and the hosts recorded a famous win in front of their fans.
Earlier, a disciplined bowling effort helped Sunrisers Hyderabad restrict Mumbai Indians to 147 for 8.
Mumbai lost wickets at regular intervals, often just as batsmen had seemingly got themselves set - Rohit Sharma (11), Evin Lewis (29), Krunal Pandya (15) and Kieron Pollard (28) all fell shortly after a flurry of boundaries. The pitch, as Kane Williamson would later reveal, might have played a role but it was just another exhibition of just why they are among the most potent and settled bowling attacks in the tournament - despite Bhuvaneshwar Kumar having sat out on Thursday.
IT may not have been at the Sydney Cricket Ground on New Year's Day, but Billy Stanlake pulled off his best Michael Bevan impression at the ideal time for Sunrisers Hyderabad against the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League overnight. There was more carnage to come in the 18 over as Siddharth Kaul and Sandeep Sharma both departing for ducks themselves to set up a roller-coaster of a final over. However, Kaul removed Kishan and rattled Lewis's off stump with a knuckle ball.
The highly rated uncapped all-rounder teased to cut loose like he had done at the Wankhede against Chennai, only for Shakib-al-Hasan to halt his charge and further dent Mumbai. Stanlake hurried Pollard into ballooning one to Shikhar Dhawan at sweeper cover.