Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi played a pivotal role as Sunrisers Hyderabad dished out an all-round effort to record a five-wicket win over hosts Delhi Capitals and register their third consecutive victory in the Indian Premier League on Thursday.
Nabi (2/21) took two wickets with the ball and also scored a crucial 9-ball 17-run unbeaten knock towards the end to help Sunrisers keep their winning run intact.
Chasing a modest 130, opener Jonny Bairstow smashed a 28-ball 48 to set the foundation but Sunrisers lost five wickets for 48 runs to slip to 111 for five by the end of the 16th over.
Nabi and Yusuf Pathan (9 not out) then held their nerves to take Sunrisers home, scoring 131 for five in 18.3 overs.
It was skipper Shreyas Iyer, who emerged as the highest-scorer for Delhi with a steady 41-ball 43.
It would have been more embarrassing for Delhi, if not for the cameos from Morris (17 off 15) and Axar Patel (23 not out off 13).