Match Highlights: Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab Last Over Video

Delhi vs Punjab Last over

Delhi Capitals beat Kings XI Punjab in Super Over.

The second match of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League was quite exciting. The match played between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) was a tie. Both teams scored 157 for eight wickets in the scheduled 20 overs. The match was then decided in a super over, in which the Delhi team won. However, if umpire Nitin Menon had not made a mistake, the match would not have gone to the super over and Punjab would have won. Actually, Nitin Menon called Punjab’s one run as short run, but in replays it was found that this run was not short. Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag was incensed by the umpire’s decision and said that Umpar should be given the man of the match..

Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab 19th over

Rabada’s second ball, Mayank Agarwal in amazing form. It is not easy for Rabada to play such shots. Fours on the fourth ball. The catch was missed by captain Shreyas Iyer. Iyer has left this match? Got a run on the last ball. 13 runs were scored in the over. 12 runs needed in last over.

Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab Last Over (20th over)

Punjab opener Mayank Agarwal has done wonders. Sixes on Stoinis first ball. The match started in the hands of Punjab. Punjab scores 151 off the third ball for another four. Punjab’s victory seems certain. Score equal. One run is required, no run on the fourth ball to win. Good short ball. 1 run required off 2 balls.

Delhi vs Punjab Super over

Delhi got the target of only 3 runs from Punjab in the super over which they won. Chasing the 158-run target from Delhi, Punjab team’s wickets kept falling at frequent intervals but Mayank remained frozen. Mayank was dismissed on the 5th ball of the last over of the innings. Then 1 run was required on the last ball but Stoinis caught Chris Jordan (5) at the hands of Rabada and made it to the match super over.

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