THROUGH DHAWAN, DELHI CRUSHED AGAIN KOLKATA AFTER 7 YEARS IN KOLKATA’S HOME

Kolkata: In The 26th Match Of The IPL 2019, There Was A Clash Between The Delhi Capitals And Kolkata Knight Riders At Eden Gardens. Delhi Capitals Decided To Field First By Winning The Toss In This Match. Earlier, Batting First, Kolkata Scored 178 Runs With 7 Wickets In 20 Overs And Set A Target Of 179 For Delhi Capitals.

In Reply, Delhi Achieved This Target In 18.5 Overs By Losing 3 Wickets. With This Win, Delhi Won 4 Matches In Their 7. Shikhar Dhawan Played An Unbeaten 97 Off 63 Balls. In Kolkata, The Delhi Team Has Won 7 Years Later.

Ishant Dismissed The First Batsman On The First Ball

On The First Ball Of The Innings, Ishant Sharma Bowled Denly On A Spectacular Inswing And Sent The Pavilion Back.

Robin Uthappa (28) Also Came Out On The Fourth Ball Of The Ninth Over After That. Uthappa Tried To Pull A Shot At The Ball Of Kagiso Rabada, But Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, With A Spectacular Catch, Showed Him The Path Of The Pavilion.

Another Smashing Innings Of Andre Russell

Shubhaman Gill Completed His Maiden Half-Century On 34 Balls. Even After This, He Continued To Stunning Batting, But On The Second Ball Of 15th Over, Keemo Paul Caught Him Out To Akash Patel.

Shubman Gill Played 65 Runs In 39 Balls. Shortly After Being Dismissed, Captain Dinesh Karthik Was Also Out.

After That, Andre Russell’s Started Ruckus. He Hit 45 Runs On 21 Balls But He Was Caught By Rabada On The Boundary For Chris Morris’ Second Ball In 19th Over. Russell Made 4 Sixes And 3 Fours In His Innings.

Delhi Batting – Second Innings

The First Wicket Of Delhi Fall In The Third Over, Prasidh Krishna Got Prithvi Shaw Out. He Scored 14 Runs In 7 Balls. After This, The Second Blow Was Felt As Captain Shreyas Iyer And He Kept Dinesh Karthik Caught On Russell’s Bowling. Iyer Scored A Total Of 6 Runs.

After This, Delhi’s Two Left-Handers – Shikhar Dhawan And Rishabh Pant – Took The Delhi Attack By Stunning Batting. Between Rishabh And Dhawan, There Was A Huge Partnership Of 105 Runs For The Third Wicket Which Pushed Kolkata To Backfoot.

Nitish Rana Did Somehow Catch Out Rishabh Pant At The First Ball Of The 18th Over But Till Then He Had Done His Job By Playing A Smokeless Inning Of 46 Off 31 Balls. Pant Hit Two Sixes And Four Fours In His Innings.

Dhawan Missed By Centuries

After This, When Shikhar Dhawan Was Heading Towards His Century And Needed 3 Runs, Then Colin Ingram Hit A Six. With This, Delhi Capitals Got The Win And Dhawan Did Not Get Hundred.

Delhi Won A Big Win By 7 Wickets. Shikhar Dhawan Scored 97 Runs In 63 Balls Including Two Sixes And 11 Fours.

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