Indian Premier League 2020, Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad: Bowler Shine SRH Register first win of the season

The match promised a slow burner in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday as both Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Delhi Capital (DC) initially played a waiting game and then made a huge death attempt according to the temperature set in the past . Two games in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. However, DC eventually tapped and failed to chase SRH’s 162/4 after losing the wickets of Rishabh Pant (28) and Marcus Stoinis (11) in the last four overs. They finished at 147/7 and fell short by 15 runs. SRH registered their first win in the tournament after losing their first two matches by stopping DC’s two matches unbeaten.

SRH were 36/0 at the end of the powerplay compared to DC’s 34/1 as both teams grew increasingly tired as the innings changed with degree of success.

While David Warner (45) and Johnny Bairstow (53) took calculated risks in the first 10 overs and threatened to put Kane Williamson (41) to death, neither of them could survive the end and end the innings.

For DC, Shreyas Iyer (17) and Shikhar Dhawan (34) tried to revive the innings after Bhuvneshwar Kumar was dismissed by Prithvi Shaw (2) in the first over.

Rashid Khan sent both Iyer and Dhawan back in the middle overs and then took the crucial wicket of Rishabh Pant, who had hit just two sixes off Abhishek Sharma and was threatening to intimidate him by scoring 17 runs.Th.

T Natarajan got the yorker caught by Stoinis caught in front of the wicket in the next over as DC went through the batsmen and was dismissed at the end of the chase.

It was an all-round performance by the SRH bowlers as Rashid returned 3/14 while Bhuvneshwar got 2/25. Khalil Ahmed, Natarajan and Abhishek got one wicket each.

Earlier, DC won the toss and fielded SRH to bat and Warner and his fellow opener Bairstow decided to play the long haul instead of going for their shots from Word Go as they put on a 77-run opening partnership in the first 10 overs. Of.

Amit Mishra struck back for DC in his first two overs, sending back Warner and No. 3 Manish Pandey (3). This brought Kane Williamson to the crease who made his first appearance for SRH this season.

From 12 to 15 overs, DC creeps from 94 to 117 as Williamson and Bairstow play the waiting game and try to build a platform to save themselves from death.

Williamson hit Enrique Narje for two fours in 16, coming in first placeTh And then two more in the next for Stoinis.

Bairstow scored 50 off 44 balls in 18Th But was dismissed in the same over by Rabada.

Debutant Abdul Samad arrived and hit Narje for a streak boundary and hit a stunning six in the penalty over, but Rabada scored a superb 20.ThGiving just four runs as SRH failed to steam on death.

After hitting 42 for the fourth wicket with Pant, DC was caught in the second innings of the second innings after Manish was caught by Bhuvneshwar off Bhubaneswar.

This was the starting point of a mini-collapse as DC lost 4/43 in the final five to kick off the competition.

Ishant Sharma, returning to DC after injury and playing his first IPL 2020 match, took two wickets in the wicketkeeping by Rabada and Mishra.

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