Delhi Capitals stormed again to the highest of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 factors desk after a complete 33-run win over insipid Rajasthan Royals in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
DC vs RR: Dominant Delhi Capitals hammer Rajasthan Royals to reclaim prime spot (Courtesy by BCCI)
- Delhi Capitals defeated Rajasthan Royals by 33 runs in Abu Dhabi
- With the win, DC jumped again to the highest of the IPL factors desk
- Skipper Sanju Samson waged a lone battle for Rajasthan Royals
Delhi Capitals continued their spectacular run within the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 because the Rishabh Pant-led aspect registered a dominant 33-run win over Rajasthan Royals in Match 36 of the season in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. Defending a below-par rating of 154, Delhi bowlers put up a disciplined effort to limit Rajasthan to 121 for six to return to the highest of the factors desk.
Skipper Sanju Samson waged a lone battle for Rajasthan Royals with a prolific half-century however lacked the assist from the opposite finish as RR suffered their fifth defeat of the season. Samson hit one-six and eighth boundaries in his unbeaten 70-run knock. Aside from Samson, all the opposite RR batsmen struggled towards Delhi’s bowling assault.
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RR have been off to a really poor begin as they suffered two early blows within the 155-run chase, dropping each openers Liam Livingstone and Yashasvi Jaiswal within the first two overs. Avesh Khan removed Livingstone within the first over after which Jaiswal quickly adopted his opening accomplice again to the dugout edging the ball off Anrich Nortje to Rishabh Pant.
R Ashwin joined the get together because the DC spinner outfoxed RR batter David Miller for 7 to seize his first wicket in 6 video games and 250th in T20 cricket. Royals continued to lose wickets at common intervals within the 155-run chase towards Delhi Capitals as Kagiso Rabada and Axar Patel eliminated Mahipal Lomror (19) and Riyan Parag (2) in fast succession to dent RR.
Earlier, Rajasthan Royals managed to limit the Capitals to a par rating of 154 for six in 20 overs due to excellent bowling performances from Mustafizur Rahman (2 for 22), Chetan Sakariya (2 for 33) and Rahul Tewatia (1 for 17).
Tyagi, the star of the match towards Punjab Kings, drew first blood together with his very first supply within the fourth over, cleansing up Orange Cap holder Shikhar Dhawan (8). Prithvi Shaw was the following DC batsman to depart as Chetan Sakariya struck early.
With spin launched within the seventh over Shreyas Iyer (43 off 32 balls) and skipper Rishabh Pant (24 off 24 balls) began to restore the injury brought on by the lack of the openers. The duo, who stitched a 62-run partnership, saved the scoreboard ticking, whereas additionally hitting the occasional boundaries on the enormous Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
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