Delhi will now face Uttar Pradesh within the quarter-final of Vijay Hazare Trophy on Tuesday.© Twitter
Wicketkeeper-batsman Anuj Rawat smashed six maximums in his unbeaten 95 off 85 balls as an under-pressure Delhi made a outstanding restoration to beat Uttarakhand by 4 wickets within the pre-quarter last of the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Sunday. Delhi will meet Uttar Pradesh of their quarter-final match on Monday. Batting first, Uttarakhand posted 287 for eight in 50 overs, driving on opener Kamal Singh’s 77 off 83 balls, whereas former Delhi Ranji Trophy opener and present visiting workforce skipper Kunal Chandela managed a affected person 62 off 83 balls. In reply, Delhi surpassed the goal in 48.Three overs after being diminished to 146 for six within the 33rd over.
Left-handed dasher Rawat discovered an ready ally in his skipper Pradeep Sangwan (58 off 49 balls) as they added 143 runs in solely 16 overs to clinch the difficulty on the Feroz Shah Kotla.
IPL specialist KKR batsman Nitish Rana (81 off 88 balls) was the one batsman among the many prime order, who managed rating.
The strain on Delhi workforce had elevated when Khistiz Sharma (13 off 23 balls) and Lalit Yadav (9 off 12 balls) didn’t drive the tempo and as soon as Rana bought out, quite a bit trusted Sangwan and Rawat.
The Delhi captain had a profitable outing with the ball too, getting Three for 59 in eight overs.
The lack of tempo off new ball bowlers like Samad Fallah (2/64) and Dikshanshu Neg (0/43 in 5.Three overs) additionally helped the duo as they hit eight sixes between them aside from the 13 boundaries.
Brief Scores: Uttarakhand 287/eight in 50 overs (Kamal Singh 77 off 83 balls, Kunal Chandela 62 off 83 balls, Pradeep Sangwan 3/59, Nitish Rana 2/40). Delhi 289/6 in 48.Three overs (Ntish Rana 81 off 88 balls, Anuj Rawat 85 no off 85 balls, Pradeep Sangwan 58 no off 49 balls, Samad Fallah 2/64).
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