IPL 2023, Delhi vs Gujarat Highlights: ‘Scientific’ Lucknow Tremendous Giants (LSG) handed house workforce Delhi Capitals (DC) their 2nd loss in a row in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 on a spicy Feroz Shah Kotla monitor, Tuesday (April 4). One other all-round efficiency from defending champions Gujarat helped them attain a 6-wicket win over ‘Rishabh Pant-less’ Delhi.
With Gujarat needing to chase 163 for the win, the sport was in steadiness at 54/3 and that is when 21-year-old Sai Sudharsan cast a strong 53-run stand with Vijay Shankar (Affect Participant) to maintain the scoreboard ticking. Marsh broke this partnership to offer Delhi a hope of a miraculous win however David Miller (16-ball 31) hammered two sixes and a 4 within the sixteenth over to make sure GT’s 2nd win in a row. Sai Sudharsan was strong at one finish, notched up his second IPL fifty, remained not out until the top as Gujarat chased down the goal with 11 balls remaining.
Earlier, positive spells from star spinner Rashid Khan (3/31) and fiery tempo duo of Mohammed Shami (3/41) and Alzarri Joseph (2/29) stored the house workforce’s batters below examine as they restricted Delhi Capitals to a below-par 162/8. The highest-scorer for Delhi Capitals was David Warner (37 runs off 32 balls). Notably, the Australian nice had actually performed and missed throughout the first few overs.
At one level within the match, even 150 seemed a distant actuality for Delhi. Nevertheless, Axar Patel (36 runs off 22 balls) produced a fiery cameo in the previous few overs of Delhi’s innings to push his workforce previous the aggressive 160-mark.
Temporary Scores: Delhi Capitals 162/8; 20 overs (David Warner 37, Sarfaraz Khan 30; Mohammed Shami 3/41, Rashid Khan 3/31, Alzarri Joseph 2/29) vs Gujarat Titans.
Delhi Capitals (DC) taking part in XI: Prithvi Shaw, David Warner (c), Mitchell Marsh, Rilee Rossouw, Sarfaraz Khan, Axar Patel, Abishek Porel (wk), Aman Hakim Khan, Kuldeep Yadav, Anrich Nortje, Mukesh Kumar
Gujarat Titans (GT) taking part in XI: Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Shubman Gill, Sai Sudharsan, Hardik Pandya (c), David Miller, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan, Mohammed Shami, Joshua Little, Yash Dayal, Alzarri Joseph