The 55th match of the Tata IPL was being played between Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings at Dr DY Patil Sports Academy Navi Mumbai. In this match, Delhi Capitals won the toss and invited Chennai Super Kings to bat. The openers of Chennai Super Kings, who came to bat first, have batted very aggressively. In this match, Chennai Super Kings gave a target of 208 runs to Delhi Capitals due to Devon Conway’s 87 runs.
Chasing the target of 208 runs, the Delhi Capitals opener got out early. But the pace of runs has been maintained so far. David Warner, the most experienced batsman for Delhi Capitals, has batted well in almost all the matches of this season. But his bat has not been able to do anything special in this match. David Warner has returned to the pavilion after getting out on the score of just 19 runs. During this, he faced 12 balls and hit one four and two sixes.
Was bowling the fifth over of Delhi Capitals’ innings. The second ball of this over was a floater delivery from Thikshana. David Warner wanted to play this ball safely but David Warner tried to sweep this ball. But the length of the ball was not sweeping and the ball did not hit the bat but went through the pad and the on-field umpire declared David Warner out lbw. However, ball tracking showed that the ball was on the off-stamp and there was a 50-50 chance of an umpire’s call. But the umpire, giving a decision in favour of the bowler, declared David Warner out lbw.
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Even after the dismissal of David Warner, the pace of runs was correct but The batsmen of Delhi Capitals have started going back to the pavilion after getting out under the pressure of runs and the pace of runs has also been braked. Watching this match shows that Delhi Capitals can prove to be unsuccessful in chasing the target.