Batting in the unusual position of four in the order, Warner made an unbeaten 47 off 33 balls as Sunrisers managed to get 17 runs off the final over to level the scores.
But this is not the first time when netizens went gaga over him, during Rajasthan vs Bangalore match, fans were seen making the observation as they hilariously joked that Sachin Tendulkar seems to be officiating the Dream11 IPL 2020 match between the two sides. The Australian struggled to get going for most of the season before finally taking the reins in the last over bowled by Andre Russell.
Morgan lost his first game in charge against Mumbai Indians but his runs, the selection of Ferguson and a costly drop from Sunrisers' Rashid Khan ensured Kolkata snapped a run of two straight losses.
T Natarajan (2/40) was the highest wicket taker for SRH.
Morgan (34 of 23) and Karthik (29 off 14), though clubbed 52 from the final four, with Karthik creaming two sixes and Morgan one during a brisk stand, which ended when Morgan was caught off the final ball of the innings.
He had also claimed 3-15 in the Sunrisers' innings, dismissing fellow New Zealander Kane Williamson, who replaced Warner as opener and, despite an obvious injury, made 29.
Samad fell for 23 in the penultimate over when Ferguson relayed the ball back to Shubman Gill on the edge of the boundary to complete the catch before Warner couldn't take his team over the line in the last over.
The West Indies all-rounder then suffered an apparent hamstring injury in the field, though he returned to bowl the final over with Hyderabad needing 18.
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