In the 50th match of IPL 2022, an exciting match is being played between Delhi and Hyderabad. Where Sunrise Hyderabad captain Williamson won the toss and decided to field first. Delhi Capitals scored a mammoth total of 207 runs losing 3 wickets in the allotted 20 overs.
For Delhi, David Warner played unbeaten innings of 92 runs in 58 balls with the help of 12 fours and three sixes. While Powell scored 67 runs in 35 balls with the help of six sixes and three fours. At the same time, there came a time when Warner could have been run out but his chances were lost by the Hyderabad team. Where Warner was playing for just 22 runs. Further news in detail.
Delhi recovers after initial tremors
Electing to bat after losing the toss, there was a big change in the Delhi team where Prithvi Shaw was replaced by Mandeep Singh in the role of opener where he was dismissed after scoring 0 runs. Marsh was dismissed after scoring 10 runs. Where his catch was taken by Shaun Abbott on his ball.
Rishabh Pant was seen in an aggressive manner where he hit three consecutive sixes in one over of Gopal, after which Pant was clean bowled in the same over of Gopal. Pant scored 26 runs off 16 balls where he combined with David Warner for the third wicket with 48 crucial runs in 29 balls.
A Great partnership between Warner and Powell
In this match, Powell performed brilliantly, scoring 67 runs in 35 balls where he hit 6 sixes with 3 fours. At the same time, with Warner, he played a partnership of 122 runs in 66 balls. For Hyderabad, Bhuvneshwar, Abbott and Shreyas Gopal got one success each.
Drama in 5th over
On the second ball of the 5th over, Rishabh Pant wanted to take a run by pushing the ball over mid-off. While pushing, he called Warner to run for a run but Rishabh Pant stopped Warner on seeing Williamson had reached the ball.
At the same time, Warner quickly turned back and ran to the crease to avoid the dismissal. In this episode, Williamson fell while throwing, while Markram and Powell fell on the ground. It was a sight to behold. Where a total of 3 players were seen falling together on the field. Otherwise, there was a big life in this chaos, after which Border, performing a quick game, completed his 54th and half-century in the first IPL career off 34 balls.