Yorkshire's Jonny Bairstow and David Warner each struck centuries in a record-breaking opening stand as Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 118 runs on Sunday.

Bradford-born Bairstow, who was raised in York, hit 114 off 56 balls at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, the England wicketkeeper's biggest ever Twenty20 score, and Warner made 100 not out off 55 balls in the hosts' mammoth 231 for two.

The opening stand of 185 is the highest by an opening partnership in Indian Premier League history and it is only the second time in Twenty20 cricket that both openers have scored a century.

And the pair, who could be set to face each other in this summer's Ashes series, have now shared three century partnerships in a row - the first to ever achieve that feat in the IPL.

Warner subsequently caught opposing captain Virat Kohli for three and Bairstow's international team-mate Moeen Ali was dismissed for two as the Royal Challengers were bowled out for 113.

Colin de Grandhomme put up the greatest resistance, striking a 32-ball 37 before the New Zealand international was run out by Sunrisers skipper Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Afghanistan international Mohammad Nabi returned superb figures of four for 11 from his four overs as Sunrisers secured the mammoth victory.