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Mike Hesson feels Glenn Maxwell's run out was the turning point RCB coach said after the match it was a very extraordinary effort if seen from the point of view of running out and we can say that is what changed the course of the match.

 In the 14th season of the Indian Premier League, the Royal Challengers Bangalore team lost in a thrilling match against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Wednesday night. The team needed a win here to reach 20 points to make it to the top two teams. The defeat against Hyderabad ruined his hopes. Captain Virat Kohli also talked about this before the match.

RCB coach Mike Hesson said, "The biggest thing is that Glenn was scoring runs at 10 runs per over at that time. He was probably the only batsman who could move on this surface with such a smooth shot. And looked completely set. So he was the only player we wanted to be at the crease then. So, his getting out was the turning point."

Sunrisers captain Kane Williamson made a brilliant throw while picking up Devdutt Padikkal's shot with one hand. Without taking any time, Williamson picked up the ball and threw it and the ball went straight to the stump while only one stump was visible. The throw was accurate and Maxwell failed to reach the crease. After the match, the RCB coach said, "It was a very extraordinary effort if seen from the point of view of running out and we can say that is what changed the course of the match."

Bangalore team needed 13 runs in the last over but Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave only 8 runs. AB de Villiers also failed to hit big shots and the team lost the match by 4 runs. The coach said, we probably gave up a little more runs for the last over. Our batsmen could not play well at that last moment and our team got the condition in the match.