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MUMBAI: Mumbai Indians beat defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad by four wickets in an Indian Premier League encounter, here today.
 
Chasing a victory target of 159, Mumbai achieved the target in 18.4 overs with youngster Nitish Rana scoring 45 and veteran keeper Parthiv Patel scoring 39 off 24 balls.
 
Rana's innings comprised of three fours and two sixes.
 
Krunal Pandya also played an attractive knock of 37 off only 20 balls.
 
Earlier, David Warner's 49 and Shikhar Dhawan's 48 were the significant contributions in an otherwise modest 158 for 8 on batting friendly conditions at the Wankhede Stadium.
 
Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh opened the bowling taking 2 for 23 while Jasprit Bumrah bowled brilliantly at the death getting 3 for 24 in his quota of four overs.
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