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SRH vs DC, IPL 2020: All-round Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Delhi by 88 runs to keep play-off hopes alive | Cricket news

SRH vs DC, IPL 2020: All-round Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Delhi by 88 runs to keep play-off hopes alive |  Cricket news
Dubai: Wriddiman Saha He stamped his class with 87 off 45 balls before Rashid Khan Clinical bowling performance was eliminated Sunrisers Hyderabad Delhi beat Delhi Capital by 88 runs in the IPL play-off race on Tuesday.
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When first asked to bat, Saha (87), the captain, struck superbly David warns (66), Manish Pandey (44) scored 219 for two for the Sunrisers.
Star spinner Rashid ended his excellent bowling performance with 4-0-7-3, his best this season.

The Afghan stunned 17 dot balls in his four-over quota, helping his side to bowl out the capitals for 131 in 19 overs.
With this victory the Sunrisers (10 points) have now moved up from seventh to sixth place, while the capitals, who fell to third defeat in a row, have slipped to third place with 14 points.
Chasing a tough target, this is a common display of Capitals batsmen. Shikhar Dhawan (0) and Marcus Stoinis (5), who rose to 3rd position, died in the first two overs.

Ajinkya Rahane (26) and Shimran Hetmeer (16) quickly started the recovery work, sewing a 40-run stand, which was the highest for their team. By the end of the powerplay overs, Delhi were 54 for two, with the duo scoring 22 runs in the sixth over to target Jason Holder.


IPL 2020, Match 47: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Delhi Capitals

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Captain David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha scored half-centuries as Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Delhi and Delhi by 88 runs on Tuesday to keep their Indian Premier League playoff hopes alive in Dubai. (BCCI / IPL / PTI photo)

However, in the seventh over, Rahane and Hetmeer got rid of both and Rashid dealt a double blow to Delhi. Captain Shreyas Iyer (7) was on the verge of departure and continued to take wickets regularly.
With Rishabh Pant (36) being the top scorer, seven Delhi batsmen could not reach double figures.

While Rashid was the bowler of choice for the Sunrisers, Sandeep Sharma (2/27) and T Natarajan (2/26) took two wickets each. Vijay Shankar (1/11), Shahbaz Nadeem (1/8) and Holder (1/46) took one wicket each.
Earlier, Warner, who appeared in the openers good nick, and Saha, while playing his second game this season, went along with the Delhi Delhi bowlers from the word go.

IPL 2020: Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Delhi Delhi in the playoff race

Taking full advantage of field restrictions, the duo hit boundaries (11 fours, two sixes) in each over and scored 77 runs in the first six overs, the best powerplay figures of the season.
In the sixth over, Warner hit the tournament’s leading wicket-taker Kagiso Rabada (0/54) with four boundaries and a six, helping the Sunrisers reach 100 in just 8.4 overs.
Until Warner took the bowlers, Saha played the second fiddle to perfection.

Australia hit two sixes and eight fours in just 25 balls with a half-century on their 34th birthday at the Dubai International Stadium.
Ravichandran Ashwin (1/35) broke the 107-run opening stand in the 10th over for the relief of Axis, while Akshar Patel dismissed Warner, who was caught at extra cover.
As Warner poured, Saha Capitals bowlers hit around the park. The wicket-keeper batsman reached his fifties in style with a boundary. He hit 12 fours and two sixes before pacer Anrich Nortje (1/37) was dismissed in the 15th over.
Pandey and Kane Williamson (11 not out) continued their attack on the unlisted Delhi bowling unit.
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