IPL 2019 Eliminator, DC vs SRH: Delhi Won For The First Time In A Knockout, Will Now Compete With CSK


Delhi Capitals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by two wickets in the very exciting Eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2019) with a half-century from Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant's stormy inning.

Delhi won for the first time in the knockout match. Earlier, he had to face defeat four times. With this victory, Delhi Capitals has reached in qualifier 2. On May 10, Delhi Capitals will now face Chennai Super Kings with captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Chasing the target of 163 runs of Sunrisers, the Delhi won by losing eight wickets in 19.5 overs with the help of Prithvi (56) and Pant (49), winning by 165 runs.

The Prithvi faced 38 balls and hit six fours and two sixes, while Pant's 21-ball innings included five sixes and two fours. Rashid Khan (2/15), Khalil Ahmed (2/24 ) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/42) were the best bowlers from Hyderabad, but they could not save the team from defeat.

No Batsman In Hyderabad Could Play A Bigger Inning


Earlier, no batsman of Sunrisers could play a big inning, but Team's Martin Guptill's 36, Manish Pandey's 30, Ken Williamson 28 and Vijay Shankar 25, helped them to score a challenging score of 162 for eight wickets.

Prithvi -Dhawan Played An Aggressive Start


Chasing the target, Prithvi and Shikhar Dhawan (17) got the quick start by adding 66 runs to the Delhi team. Both of them lost without losing wickets in the powerplay to score 55 runs. Dhawan started with two consecutive fours in Bhuvneshwar's first over. The Prithvi had adopted an aggressive performance from the very beginning.

Khalil And Rashid Took 2-2 Wickets In One Over


Khalil took wickets of captain Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi and sent them the pavilion in the same over. And then Rashid Khan, after making Munro lbw in the next over, he caught out Akhtar Patel (00) by Saha to scored Delhi's score of 111 for five wickets.

Last Over Gone Through Fielding Interruption


In the last over, Delhi needed five runs to win. The team scored three runs on three ball, but Amit Mishra (01) interrupted the fielding and was given the runout indenture.
Delhi needed two runs in the last two balls and Keemo Paul hit Khalil's ball for four and gave victory to the team.

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