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Delhi lost 3 wickets in 5 balls

Delhi lost 3 wickets in 5 balls

Delhi lost 3 wickets in 5 balls: Mukesh saved 13 runs in the last over, and Manish Pandey returned to the pavilion with Sundar’s throw; moments

Delhi Capitals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 7 runs in Monday’s exciting match in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Hyderabad needed 13 runs in the last over at the home ground Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, but Mukesh Kumar conceded only 5 runs in front of Washington Sundar and Marco Janson and gave the team the victory.

Earlier, Delhi made a comeback after losing 3 wickets in 5 balls in the match. Washington Sundar’s throw sent set batsman Manish Pandey to the pavilion. Heinrich Klaasen hit the only six from SRH and Philippe Salt was dismissed on the very first ball. We will know such top moments of the match in this news.

1. The Golden Duck by Philip Salt
Wicketkeeper-batsman Philip Salt, playing the second match for Delhi Capitals, was out on a golden duck. He was caught out on the third ball of the match. Hyderabad’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled an out-swinger. The ball took the outside edge of Phillips’ bat and went into the hands of wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen. Thus Phillips could not open his account.

Salt was opening in place of Prithvi Shaw in Delhi. Shaw could not do anything special for the last 6 matches. Due to this, he did not get a chance against Hyderabad, but Salt also could not capitalize on the opportunity.

2. Mitchell Marsh lbw in DRS
After losing the wicket of Salt in the very first over, Mitchell Marsh took over for Delhi. But Thangarasu Natarajan hit the fourth ball of the 5th over on his pad. Bowler appealed, but the umpire called not out. Hyderabad took the review at the last moment. Marsh became LBW in the review and had to return to the pavilion on a personal score of 25 runs.

3. Delhi lost 3 wickets in 5 balls
After losing the wickets of Marsh and Salt in the powerplay, captain David Warner and Sarfaraz Khan took charge of Delhi’s innings. But on the very second ball of the 8th over, Hyderabad’s Washington Sundar broke this partnership by getting Warner caught out. Sarfaraz Khan was also caught out on the fourth ball of the same over.

New batsman Aman Khan hit Sundar for a boundary on the very first ball, but he too took a catch on the last ball of the over. Washington Sundar gave 3 shocks to Delhi in the 8th over.

4. Sundar’s throw sends Manish Pandey to the pavilion
Manish Pandey of Delhi played a shot in the square leg on the second ball of the 19th over. Washington Sundar misfields at the boundary, but he quickly picks up the ball and throws it toward the keeper. Pandey got runout trying to take 2 runs. He scored 34 runs.

After Manish, Anrich Nortya, and Ripple Patel were also run out in the 20th over due to the fielding of Heinrich Klaasen and Umran Malik.

5. Klaasen hits SRH’s only six
Chasing the target of 145 runs, Mayank Agarwal got Hyderabad off to a good start, but he and the rest of the team’s batsmen till number five could not hit any sixes in the second innings. But wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen opened the account of the team’s sixes in the 17th over by hitting Enrich Nortya for a six over the covers.

Klaasen was the victim of Nortya in the 19th over after scoring 36 runs and could not win his team.

6. Superb last over from Mukesh Kumar
In front of the target of 145 runs, Hyderabad scored 132 runs for 6 wickets in 19 overs. 13 runs were needed in the last over in front of Washington Sundar and Marco Janson. Delhi captain David Warner handed over the ball to Mukesh Kumar. He gave only 5 runs in the over and gave his team a 7-run win.