Match 10, Delhi V Kolkata:- 8th Super Over Thrived In IPL 2019 And Delhi Capitals Beat Kolkata Knight Riders

Delhi Capitals (DC)'s Kagiso Rabada beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in Super Over on Saturday in the very exciting encounter of IPL-2019. The turning point of Kagiso Rabada's bowling match proved to be a super over.
Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla ground was a very exciting match between Kolkata and Delhi. Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer won the toss and decided to field first. The score of KKR was 61 for 5 wickets at a time, but with the 91 runs partnership between Dinesh Karthik and Andre Russell, the team scored 185 for 8 wickets.
While KKR pair Andre Russell and Dinesh Karthik removed the continuous question mark on maturity with 28-ball 62 and a 36-ball 50, Shaw's 55-ball quick innings of 99 runs was to increase his reputation for the young brigade. The youngsters of the capitals showed that they are classy, strong, miserable and they have also proved that they can think beyond their years on the go.
Despite the spectacular 99 runs of Prithvi Shaw, the match got a tie between the two After this, the eighth super over of IPL history was thrown and Delhi won the match by 3 runs.

Kagiso Rabada Overturned The Match

Kolkata scored a challenging 185 for eight wickets thanks to the excellent partnership of 95 runs for the sixth wicket with Andre Russell (62) and his captain Dinesh Karthik (50).
While Delhi scored 185 runs from the young opener Prithvi Shaw for 99 runs, and the match was a tie. The match went into super over for the decision.
Delhi first scored 10 runs in the Super Over. In this over of the famous Krishna, Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer put a four and got out on the next ball. Rishabh Pant could not play a big shot and Delhi could only raise 10 runs.

Kolkata's Andre Russell hit the first ball of Rabada, but Rabada bowled Russell on the third ball. Dinesh Karthik and Robin Uthappa could take three singles on the remaining three balls and Delhi won a thrilling victory. Kolkata scored seven runs in the Super Over.

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