The match of Saturday, which was played between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders in Delhi on March 30, was very interesting. Delhi Capitals beat Knight Riders in Super Over. There was a lot of discussion of the batting of Prithvi Shaw and Andre Russell and the bowling of Kagiso Rabada and Kuldeep Yadav in the match.
Kolkata Knight Riders made a score of 61/5 in 9.1 overs against Delhi capitals on Saturday evening, reaching 185/8 in the 20th over. That’s probably not an unknown attempt in the world of T20 cricket. At one place of 43 balls and 95 runs, Russell and Captain Dinesh Karthik broke many myths about batting in T20 cricket.
Super over Match: – It Happened
Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer, and Rishabh Pant, the next generation of Indian batting, which was prepared in the Delhi franchise, the performances of both Kartik and Russell were almost identical, which attacked the last end of the inning at the end of the match. After finishing at Delhi 185/6, to save 10 runs in Super Over, Much to the home team’s joy, Kagiso Rabada played in the right yorker.
When Kagiso Rabada was handed over to the super-overs by the Delhi capitals, his mind had a simple plan – to bowl six yorkers to prevent 10 runs.
Even though he did not succeed in his first delivery, due to which Andre Russell had sent out the first ball, he took the other five deliveries to the target, as a result, Kolkata Knight Riders stopped at 1 and 7 and Delhi won the match.
Prithvi Shaw Missed A Century In The Youngest Of The IPL With 1 Run
Prithvi Shaw missed out on making history on Saturday because he was out of the match at the score of 99 in the Ferozeshah Kotla against Kolkata Knight Riders. Chasing a challenging target of 186, Prithvi Shaw played 99 runs in 55 balls.
After Shreyas Iyer’s wicket fell, Shaw got off to bat in Super Over but did not face any ball.
If Prithvi Shaw became involved in its first IPL century, then in 19 years and 142 days, in the history of the league, the youngest player to become a hundred. Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Manish Pandey has the youngest record of putting the century in 19 years and 25 days in IPL.
In 19 over, It was a heart-breaking moment for Delhi’s capitals because Shaw missed a century from one run.