Dale Steyn jumping out of his seat after watching SRH Pacer’s yorker to Shreyas Iyer in IPL 2022.

Dale Steyn is jumping out of his seat after watching SRH Pacer’s yorker to Shreyas Iyer in IPL 2022. Umran Malik was in fine form on Friday, taking two wickets in four overs while conceding only 27 runs.

Umran Malik, a young SunRisers Hyderabad pacer. Put on an exciting display of fast bowling since making his Indian Premier League debut last year. This year, he was one of the few bright spots for SRH as they got off to a slow start in IPL 2022. He put on a brilliant display of raw pace in their win over the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) on Friday, but he also added good line and lengths to help limit the opposition to 175/8. He took two wickets and allow just 27 runs in four overs, and he’ll be especially please with how he got rid of KKR captain Shreyas Iyer.

Iyer was struggling to keep up with Malik’s pace as he peppered him with some good short-pitched deliveries. It was a Yorker, fire in at nearly 149 kmph, that did the job, as Iyer unable to block it out and had to depart for 28 off 25.

The delivery caused Dale Steyn, one of the game’s greatest pace bowlers, to leap out of his seat in the SRH dugout and embrace Muttiah Muralitharan in delight.

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Watch: Dale Steyn was blown away by Umran Malik’s yorker.

SRH fast bowling coach Steyn recently praised Umran Malik and offered advice to the youngster in a Twitter Q&A.

“Never let up the pace. Anyone can bowl a 130/135 game. But, yes, some variety in his skills will get him a long way “Steyn had tweeted about it.

Malik also got Sheldon Jackson out with a short delivery, which the wicketkeeper-batter top-edged to T Natarajan at fine leg.

Despite losing Abhishek Sharma and Kane Williamson in the Powerplay, Rahul Tripathi and Aiden Markram made the chase of 176 look easy.

The two put on a 94-run partnership to put KKR out of the game.

Tripathi dominated that partnership, scoring 71 runs off 37 balls. The SRH No.3 hit four fours and six sixes as he pounced on the KKR bowlers, with Varun Chakravarthy bearing the brunt of it.

Even after Tripathi was bowled by Andre Russell, Markram led his team to victory with an unbeaten 68 off 36 deliveries. South Africa’s second half-century of the season came with six fours and four sixes.

SRH easily won the match, finishing with more than two overs to spare.

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