England opener Jason Roy hit a brisk 31 but could not prevent Gujarat Lions sliding to a second straight defeat in the Indian Premier League.
Roy gave his side a good base, hitting five of his 21 deliveries to the boundary before being undone by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, but a total of 135 for seven proved far too modest to contain hosts Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Australia pair David Warner and Moises Henriques put on an unbeaten 108-run stand to seal a nine-wicket win with 27 balls to spare.
England vice-captain Jos Buttler contributed 28 runs as Mumbai Indians beat Kolkata Knight Riders in a last-over thriller.
Buttlerâ€™s team-mate Hardik Pandya hit a four from the penultimate ball to secure a four-wicket win at the Wankhede Stadium.
Englandâ€™s Chris Woakes removed Kieron Pollard for his first IPL wicket but contributed just nine runs with the bat for the Knight Riders.
Kolkataâ€™s Manish Pandey top-scored with an unbeaten 81 from 47 balls in his teamâ€™s total of 178 for seven.