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IPL 2019, SRH vs DC: Kagiso Rabada takes 4 as Delhi explode Hyderabad during home
April 15, 2019
Delhi Capitals kick Sunrisers Hyderabad by a extensive domain of 39 runs during a Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on Sunday. Delhi’s bowlers were clinical in fortifying a aim of 156 as Kagiso Rabada led from a front with a four-wicket haul. Keemo Paul (3/17) ran by SRH’s top-order before his colleagues Rabada (4/22) and Chris Morris (3/22) triggered mayhem in a center and reduce sequence as Delhi demolished Hyderabad during home. From 101/3, Hyderabad folded adult for only 116 in 18.3 overs.
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Toss: Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson won a toss and opted to play initial opposite Delhi.
First innings: Batting initial Delhi were rattled by immature pacer Khaleel Ahmed who grabbed 3 pivotal wickets in an considerable spell. The 21-year-old took a wickets of openers Prithvi Shaw (4) and Shikhar Dhawan (7) as good as that of Rishabh Pant (23). He was ably upheld by comparison pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar who returned with sum of 2/33 while leg-spinner Rashid Khan and debutant Abhishek Sharma took one wicket apiece. For Delhi, skipper Shreyas Iyer top-scored with a 45 off 40 balls and it was his 56-run partnership with Pant for a fourth wicket that took Delhi to a severe sum after a bad start.
Second innings: Chasing 156, SRH were off to a navigator with openers Jonny Bairstow and David Warner forging a 72-run stand. While Warner struggled to time a ball, Bairstow went all guns blazing scoring 41 off 31 deliveries. But it all fell detached for thereon for a home team. In a large collapse, SRH went down from 101/3 to 116 all out. Morris was a designer in arch as he took 3 wickets in a space of 5 balls in a 18th over. In a modest bid SRH’s batsmen went for a excellence hits bu capitulated but a fight.
Gamechanger: Keemo Paul’s spell of 3/17 tuned a compare in foster of Delhi. While Morris and Rabada also picked 3 apiece, it was Paul’s wickets that brought Delhi behind into a contest. At a median stage, a Sunrisers were 73/1 with 83 some-more runs indispensable for a win and they were on track. But a exclusion of captain Kane Williamson (3) off a bowling of Paul in a 12th over was a commencement of a vigour that began to raise on a Sunrisers.
Scorecard: Delhi Capitals: 155 for 7 from 20 overs (Shreyas Iyer 45, Colin Munro 40; Khaleel Ahmed 3/30, Bhuvneshwar Kumar 2/33).
Sunrisers Hyderabad: 116 all out in 18.5 overs (David Warner 51; Kagiso Rabada 4/22).