Delhi had scored 159 runs in 20 overs at the loss of four wickets in the first play. In response, Hyderabad also scored 159 runs for seven wickets in the scheduled overs. After this the super over was played to get the result of the match.
SRH vs DC: The 19th match of IPL 2021 between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals played at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai was very exciting. In the end, Delhi won in the super over. Actually, Delhi had scored 159 runs in 20 overs at the loss of four wickets in the first play. In response, Hyderabad also scored 159 runs for seven wickets in the scheduled overs. After this the super over was played to get the result of the match.
Here is the super over
Kane Williamson and David Warner came to open for Hyderabad in the Super Over. At the same time Delhi handed the ball to Akshar Patel. Patel bowled brilliantly, giving away just eight runs. However, the adventure did not end here. Later it was revealed that Hyderabad had taken a run short and that is why one of their runs was reduced.
In this way, Delhi got a target of eight runs in the super over. Captain Rishabh Pant and Shikhar Dhawan came to the opening for Delhi. However, Delhi won the final ball. This is Delhi’s fourth win in five matches this season. With this, she has reached the second number in the point table.
Hyderabad’s start was very bad
Hyderabad did not have a good start. The wicket of his captain David Warner (6) fell on a total score of 28. Johnny Bairstow (38), however, showed his hands openly after this and took the score beyond 50. But on a total score of 54, Avesh Khan dismissed Johnny and gave Hyderabad a second blow. Johnny hit three fours and four sixes in the innings of 18 balls.
Now there was veteran Kane Williamson (unbeaten 66 runs, 51 balls, 8 fours) at one end. But the wickets continued to fall at the other end. Hyderabad lost their third wicket in the form of Virat Singh (4). After this, Kedar Jadhav (9) was out on a total score of 104.
Akshar Patel, playing his first match of this season, gave Hyderabad double shocks by dismissing Abhishek Sharma (5) and Rashid Khan (0) in the same over. But Ken Williamson remained frozen at one end.
Hyderabad needed 28 runs off the final 12 balls to win. Avesh Khan bowled Vijay Shankar off the third ball of the 19th over, but after that playing his first match Jagdisha Suchit (14 not out, 6 balls, 2 fours, 1 six) made the match exciting by taking 12 runs. . 16 runs were needed to win in the final over and the ball was off Kagiso Rabada. Williamson hit a four and then Suchit hit a six. Now four runs were needed on the last three balls.
Two runs were scored on the next two balls and two runs were needed to win on the last ball, but one run could be scored and the match went to the super over. In the super over, Delhi team won this match with leg-bye on the last ball.
Delhi had decided to bat first
Earlier, on the slow pitch of Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium, Delhi captain Rishabh Pant won the toss and decided to bat first. Openers Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw gave the team a stormy start. Shikhar Dhawan, the highest run-scorer in the tournament, scored 28 runs in 26 balls with the help of three fours. At the same time, Prithvi Shaw scored 53 runs in 39 balls. During this, he hit seven fours and a six with his bat.
After this, captain Rishabh Pant, who came to bat at number three, played an innings of 37 runs. He hit four fours and a six. During this period, Pant’s strike rate was 137.04. At the same time, Steve Smith scored an unbeaten 34 from 25 balls. He hit three fours and a six. At the same time, Shimran Hetmyer was dismissed by scoring a run.
For Hyderabad, Siddharth Kaul took two wickets for 31 runs in four overs. At the same time, Rashid Khan took one wicket for 31 runs in his four overs. This is the first time in this season, when Rashid has given so many runs in his quota overs.