SRH vs DC, Indian Premier League 2021: Kane Williamson Fifty In Vain As Delhi Capitals Beat SunRisers Hyderabad In Super Over | Cricket News

SRH vs DC, IPL 2021: Kane Williamson Fifty In Vain As Delhi Capitals Beat SunRisers Hyderabad In Super Over

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) inept middle-order present foiled their splendid bowling effort as they slumped to yet one more in Indian Premier League (IPL), dropping Sunday’s contest in opposition to Delhi Capitals (DC) through Super Over, right here. SRH spinners Rashid Khan and Jagadeesha Suchith’s tight spells had restricted the DC to 159 for 4 regardless of a fast 81-run stand between openers Prithvi Shaw (53) and Shikhar Dhawan (28). However, SRH’s over-reliance on their top-order batsmen meant that after skipper David Warner (6) and Jonny Bairstow (38) had been dismissed, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was left to anchor the sinking ship.

DC are presently positioned second with eight factors from 5 video games whereas SRH are seventh with a lone win. With DC full of confirmed performers, it was not doable for Williamson (66 not out) to do the job with out help from different finish.

His preventing knock was not sufficient to take the facet dwelling. However, well timed hits from Suchith (15 off 6) helped SRH tie the scores and take it to the Super Over.

SRH managed only one boundary, setting a straightforward nine-run goal for DC who knocked off the required runs regardless of Rashid Khan’s brillance.

At the beginning of the chase after Warner’s run out, it was different opener Bairstow, who stored the run-rate beneath management along with his energy hitting whereas Williamson was his typical assuring self.

Bairstow was dismissed instantly after hitting a huge six of pacer Avesh Khan within the seventh over. Young Virat Singh took a while to search out his toes in opposition to superior DC’s spin trio of R Ashwin, Axar Patel and Amit Mishra, which meant that the duty to search out fast runs was on the Kiwi batsman.

Virat (4 off 14) consumed too many balls and was ultimately dismissed by Khan. It introduced Kedar Jadhav (9) to the crease however he too didn’t final lengthy.

He was stumped off Mishra. It was the middle-order that faltered once more with SRH’s probabilities of play-off qualification evaporating with every passing recreation. SRH wanted 50 runs from the ultimate 5 overs with Williamson holding the innings collectively.

Earlier, skipper Rishabh Pant (37) and Steve Smith (34 not out) raised a 58-run stand for the fourth wicket to make sure a preventing complete for DC after electing to bat. Shaw started with a hat-trick of fours off pacer Khaleel Ahmed.

Those had been breathtaking strokes, straight out of textual content ebook. There was sheer class in his cowl drives, each alongside the bottom and those performed over the sphere as Shaw backed his timing with precision and energy.

His six off pacer Siddarth Kaul over lengthy on and the ramp shot over quick third-man off the identical bowler bore testimony to his supreme contact. Dhawan was comfortable enjoying the second fiddle because the DC placed on board 51 with out loss in Powerplay overs.

Left-arm spinner Suchith, enjoying his first recreation for SRH, did a good job, giving freely solely 21 runs in his four-over quota. He constantly troubled Dhawan. Suchith bowled in tandem with Khan, SRH’s greatest spinner over time, as the 2 bowlers put brakes on the run movement.

Rashid additionally supplied his facet with first breakthrough when he discovered stumps of Dhawan, ending DC’s 81-run opening stand. Shaw’s splendid knock led to a run out after a mix-up with skipper Pant.


Pant and former Australia captain Steve Smith had been now two new batsmen on the crease. They stored the scoreboard transferring. Smith was dropped on 14 by Kaul off Vijay Shankar.

Khaleel had additionally missed out on an opportunity provided by Pant a number of balls in the past off Rashid. The duo managed to get a number of boundaries however SRH bowlers largely managed the proceedings.

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