Mumbai Indians, after two consecutive losses, have recorded three successive wins in this IPL season by beating DC, KKR & SRH. Talking about this game, MI posted a good total of 192/5 in 20 overs with Cameron Green's 64 run-knock, and quick-fire knocks from Tilak Varma also helped their cause.

SRH failed to capitalize on powerplay overs as they were lagging behind the required run rate for most of the game, thus despite a quick-fire inning of 36 runs from 16 balls from Heinrich Klaasen also didn't help SRH to chase down a target of 193 runs. Arjun Tendulkar managed to defend 20 runs in the final over, and he bowled a brilliant spell along with Jason Behrendorff in the initial overs.

Numbers and Stats from SRH vs MI game:

1 -
Cameron Green recorded his maiden fifty (64*) in the IPL. This is also Green's highest score (64*) in T20 cricket overall 

1 - Arjun Tendulkar took his maiden wicket in IPL by dismissing Bhuvneshwar Kumar off the final over.

3 - After IPL 2020 season, for the first time MI has won three consecutive matches in IPL.

Before this instance (vs DC, KKR, SRH) last time MI won three or more consecutive games in IPL was in 2020 when they won five matches in a row against PBKS, SRH, RR, DC & KKR respectively.

4 - Rohit Sharma became the fourth batsman to complete 6000 runs in IPL overall.

Most runs in the IPL history:
Virat Kohli - 6844
Shikhar Dhawan - 6477
David Warner - 6109
Rohit Sharma - 6014

4 -
Tim David took four catches in this match as a fielder.

Most catches by a fielder in an IPL inning for Mumbai Indians:
Sachin Tendulkar - 4 vs KKR in Mumbai-WS, 2008
Tim David - 4 vs SRH in Hyderabad, 2023

192/5 - MI recorded 192/5 in this IPL game against SRH.

Highest IPL total vs SRH in Hyderabad:
CSK - 223/3 in 2013
PBKS - 211/4 in 2014
RR - 203/5 in 2023
RR - 198/2 in 2019
MI - 192/5 in 2023

Highest IPL total for MI vs SRH:
235/9 in Abu Dhabi, 2021
208/5 in Sharjah, 2020
192/5 in Hyderabad, 2023

4000 - Ishan Kishan completed 4000 runs (4007) in T20 cricket.