Awesome Twosome | David Warner and Jonny Bairstow revisited their famed formidability as an opening pair with a blistering 160-run partnership that tore apart Punjab's plans.
KL Rahul's men were dazed from the start in a shelling by SRH's powerful duo of Warner and Bairstow.
Jonny bares the Kings | Jonny Bairstow shut down his critics in style with a smashing 97-run knock.
Nemesis | Punjab's archenemy Warner, smashed his ninth consecutive half-century against them, the most by any batsman against any team in the league! In the process, the he also became the first batsman to post fifty 50-plus scores in IPL history.
The Bishnoi drift | When all seemed lost for the Kings in a Bairstow-Warner storm, young leggie Ravi Bishnoi returned to pick the duo in the same over to reduce the run flow from the Orange Army.
If anyone Kane do it, it's Williamson | Batting at the end of the innings, the Kiwi batsman's 10-ball 20 helped Sunrisers post its first 200+ score of the season.
Confined by the boundary line | With nothing going Punjab's way, it would have liked these two on the field for a moment of magic!
Pooran vs Punjab | With none of the top-order batsmen getting a move on, Pooran resorted to clean striking of the ball (three of them towering over 100m). His stroke-filled 77 was, however, not enough as the West Indian kept losing partners at the other end before falling to mounting pressure.
True to colour | Rashid Khan's figures of 3/12 effectively ended any hope of a successful run chase for Punjab.
Orange storm rocks the Kings | With three wins from six matches, the Sunrisers has jumped to third on the points table from out of nowhere! Punjab sit at the bottom with just two points.
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