Delhi Capitals won by 2 wickets in an exciting match Eliminator, DC vs SRH Sunrisers ‘Surya’
Money collected match, The battle between Delhi Capitals and Sunrise Hyderabad in the Eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL-2019) was overturned on all boundaries of adventure. By the last moment, it was difficult to decide which team would win. In both moments of pressure, both the teams played a spectacular game but ultimately the hand came to the Delhi Capitals. Shreyas Iyer’s Delhi team won the match by two wickets.
IPL 2019 Eliminator, Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad: Money Recovered Match … The match between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL-2019) on Wednesday expands all boundaries of adventure. By the last moment, it was difficult to decide which team would win. In both moments of pressure, both the teams played a spectacular game but ultimately the hand came to the Delhi Capitals. Shreyas Iyer’s Delhi team won the match by two wickets. On the fifth ball of the 20th over, Chemo Paul brought the team to victory.
The Sunrisers’ team, batting first on the invitation of Delhi, had struggled to score 162 for 8 in 20 overs. In response, due to the stormy half-century of Prithvi Shaw, the Delhi team was firmly heading towards the target for 10 overs. In the 11th over Khalil Ahmed and in the 15th over, Rashid Khan got two wickets and turned the match into the favor of Hyderabad but Rishabh Pant was still on the crease. In difficult times, he scored 49 runs (two fours and five sixes) in just 21 deliveries, but Pant was dismissed in the 19th over at a time when there was no need for a shot of a sky shot. In the last over, Delhi needed five runs but all the established batsmen had returned to the pavilion. On the 20th over Khalil threw out in which Amit Mishra was declared out on the field after being obstructed. Nonetheless, Pant was declared the Man of the Match for his stormy innings. Sunrise has climbed out of the tournament with this Delhi win. Delhi will now face Chennai SuperKing in Qualifier 2 to be held on May 10. In this match, the winning team will get the chance to face Mumbai Indians in the finals on May 12. In the Qualifier 1 played on Tuesday, Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Superkings and made it to the final.
DC’s innings: Earth shaw hit by the stormy half-century
In response to Sunrisers’ 162 scorers, the pair of Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan gave the Delhi capitals a stormy beginning. In the first five overs, the score went up to 49. Dhawan has scored two fours in the very first over of Bhuvneshwar. In the third over, Shaw displayed his class and left the left-arm fast bowler Khalil with three fours. 13 runs in the over. Shaw was rewarded in the fourth over when Basil Thumpi left the easy cat on the nabi ball. In the over, Dhawan scored seven runs, including fours. Usually, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who was very precise, could not leave the impact on the opposition batsmen. In his over, Shaw hit two fours and a six in the scoreboard’s ‘accelerator’. Over 17.6: No runs. Scoreboard jumped to 49 runs in five overs. Randhir Khan, the Sunrisers Trump Card, was brought to the attack in the sixth over to see the beats beating. Delhi’s 50 runs were completed in 5.4 overs. In this over Rashid scored six runs including Shaw fours. In the powerplay, Delhi’s score was 55 not out without losing the wicket, and it was firmly moving towards the target. Dhawan was also seen to be underdeveloped ahead of the shocking innings of Shaun. In the eighth over, off-break bowler Shikhar Dhawan (17) got some relief from Sunrisers. Dhawan was stumped by wicketkeeper Saha.
Shaw’s 50 runs were completed in this over, he faced 31 balls and hit six fours and two sixes. Due to the good batting of the Shaheed, Delhi Capitals had lost one wicket to 83 runs after 10 overs. In the remaining 10 overs, the team needed 80 runs. Shaw’s 50 runs were completed in this over, he faced 31 balls and hit six fours and two sixes. Due to the good batting of the Shaheed, Delhi Capitals had lost one wicket to 83 runs after 10 overs. In the remaining 10 overs, the team needed 80 runs. Shaw’s 50 runs were completed in this over, he faced 31 balls and hit six fours and two sixes. Due to the good batting of the Shaheed, Delhi Capitals had lost one wicket to 83 runs after 10 overs. In the remaining 10 overs, the team needed 80 runs.
Rishabh Pant played well after Khalil-Rashid’s excellent bowling
In the 11th over, Khalil gave away Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw and gave away the thrill in the match. While he got Aiyar (8) caught by wicketkeeper Saha, Shaw (56) was caught by Vijay Shankar on his ball. The players of Sunrise had been filled with enthusiasm by falling two wickets early, but in the next over of the ninth, Pant gave a six-point relief to the camp of Delhi. The ‘century’ of Delhi’s run was completed in 13.1 overs. In this over of the Thampi, Munro put Chouk and Chappa in the 15th over. Mystery spinner Rashid Khan, out of Colin Munro (14) and Akshar Patel (0), told that the thrill is still there. Now the pressure was on Delhi. After 15 overs, Delhi Capitals score 111 runs losing 5 wickets. In the 16th over, Pant pushed the prophet a few times. Over 10 runs scored. 42 runs were needed in the last four overs. 17th overcame with Bhuvneshwar Kumar, with Rutherford’s sixes, eight runs. In the 18th over of the innings bowled by Basil Thumpi, Pant made a run of runs. On the first four balls, he hit fours, sixes, fours, and six. Only 20 runs were scored on four balls and Delhi’s back was heavier. Pant’s stormy Prahar had brought happiness to Delhi. This over was very good for Delhi and it was 22 runs. Delhi’s 150 runs were completed in that over. In the 19th over (bowler Bhubaneswar) Rutherford (9) was dismissed again in the match after the dismissal but Pant in this over Balance the issue by raising the Sixth. However, Pant (49 runs, 21 balls, two fours, and five sixes) played unprofessional shots to leave Delhi in mediate. His cat caught on the 5th ball of this over was caught by the prophet. In the last over Delhi were to score 5 runs and Cheema Paul and Amit Mishra were on the crease. Khalil thrashed the last over, on whose first three balls both batsmen managed to get three runs including Wide. Now there were two runs on three balls needed. On the fourth ball of the over, Amit Mishra was given out in an attempt to obstruct the field. They had run the wicket directly on the wicket and the bowler could not target Khalil wicket. However, by the fifth ball of the over, Chemo Paul, chasing a four, made Delhi a two-wicket win.
Wickets Fall: 66-1 (Dhawan, 7.3), 84-2 (Shreyas, 10.2), 87-3 (Shaw, 10.6), 111-4 (Monroe, 14.1), 111-5 (letter, 14.4), 151- 6 (Rutherford, 18.1), 158-7 (Pant, 18.5), 161-8 (Mishra, 19.4)
SRH’s innings: slowing down after the dismissal of Guptill
The start of Sunrisers Hyderabad was done by Martin Guptill and Riddhiman Saha. The start of the match was exciting and the first ball of Trent Bolt was termed as the LBW by the umpire. However, through the review, Capital succeeded in avoiding In the replays showed that the ball was taken by the edge of the ball on the pads. Over 8 runs with Saha’s fours in the over. In the second over, Guptill opened the six-headed innings with Ishant Sharma. In the third over, Guptill hit Bolt for two consecutive sixes. In the fourth over, Ishant gave Delhi the first breakthrough by dismissing Riddhimaan Saha (8). Caught by Shreyas Iyer In the fifth over, Guptill hit another six. This time, Charter Patel was on the radar. Sunrise scores 44 runs after 5 overs. The team 50 runs completed in 5.4 overs. In the sixth over bowled by Ishant Sharma, Manish Pandey gave SRH 54 runs in two consecutive fours in the powerplay. In the seventh over, leg-spinner Amit Mishra came on the attack and in his very first over, Guptill (36 runs, 19 balls, one four and four sixes) was dismissed by Chemo Paul on the deep midwicket. Only four runs in over. Captain Williamson was on the crease now with Manish Pandey. Sunrisers score was 71 after 10 overs.
Manish Pandey, Williamson and Vijay Shankar played good innings
Williamson got the lifeline in the 11th over when wicketkeeper Pant struck a catch at the ball of Amit Mishra. Mishra, throwing the finest spell, took a wicket with only 16 runs in his four overs. With the dismissal of Manish Pandey (30) in the 14th over of innings, the problems of SRH increased further. Pandey was caught by Rutherford at the ball of Kimmo Pal. Vijay Shankar was on the crease with Williamson. The 100 runs of Sunrisers were completed in 14.3 overs with Williamson’s square. After 15 overs the score was 104. Williamson (28) hit Ishant in the 16th over but he became bold on the next ball. New batsman Nabi also gave Ishant the chowk in the over. 17th over was thrown by Patel Patel in which the prophet chaos and Vijay Shankar hit six. Over 12 runs in the over. Vijay Shankar and Nabi openly made strokes in the last over. In the 18th over of the Chemo Pal, Nabi and Shankar hit each other. In the 19th over of Bolt’s next innings, Vijay Shankar (25 runs, 11 balls, two fours, and two sixes) hit four and six on the first two balls, though in an attempt to put the same shot on the third ball, Sat there The 150 runs of the team were completed in 18.4 overs. Over the last over, Cheema Paul threw away the wickets of Mohammad Nabi, Deepak Hooda, and Rashid Khan, Hooda was run out of it. Over 11.6: No runs. In the 20 overs, Sunrisers’ score was 162 for 8 wickets. Basil Thumpi1 and Bhuvneshwar Kumar remained unbeaten without any runs In the 20 overs, Sunrisers’ score was 162 for 8 wickets. Basil Thumpi1 and Bhuvneshwar Kumar remained unbeaten without any runs In the 20 overs, Sunrisers’ score was 162 for 8 wickets. Basil Thumpi1 and Bhuvneshwar Kumar remained unbeaten without any runs
Wickets Fall: 31-1 (Saha, 3.1), 56-2 (Guptil, 6.3), 90-3 (Pandey, 13.3), 111-4 (Williamson, 15.5), 147-5 (Shankar, 18.3), 160- 6 (Nabi, 19.4), 161-7 (Hooda, 19.4), 161-8 (Rashid, 19.5)
Sunrisers Hyderabad made a change to match to Yusuf Pathan instead of Deepak Hooda. Delhi Capitals have not even replaced Colin Ingram in the playing XI, Colin Munro has been included in his place.
Both teams are as follows
: Sunrisers Hyderabad: Kane Williamson (Captain), Riddhiman Saha, Martin Guptill, Manish Pandey, Vijay Shankar, Mohammad Nabi, Deepak Hooda, Rashid Khan, Bhubaneswar Kumar, Khalil Ahmed, and Basil Thumpi.
Delhi Capitals: Shreyas Iyer (Captain), Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Munro, Rishabh Pant, Sherfen Rutherford, Akshar Patel, Chemo Paul, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma, and Trent Bolt
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