IPL 2019: Match 30 - SRH vs DC - Funniest Memes from the Match

IPL 2019

IPL 2019

While it was a combined effort from their Top Five in the first match at Hyderabad, it was an unbeaten 176-run stand for the second wicket between Shikhar Dhawan (92*) and Kane Williamson (83*) which saw them seal the chase. It will be interesting to see whether the spinners like Axar Patel can create an impression like a Rashid Khan has or Mohammad Nabi has for SRH.

While the batting has looked good in the last game for DC, they will need to be at the top of their game against an SRH unit that is considered one of the best bowling units in the competition with Rashid, Nabi and Bhuvneshwar Kumar leading the show. Off 30 Khan deliveries, Pant has scored 45 runs but he has been dismissed once as well. Rabada and Morris took six wickets as the Sunrisers surrendered tamely.

The Saffas sealed the win for Delhi in the penultimate over when Rabada picked up the final two wickets of Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2) and Khaleel Ahmed (golden duck) with successive deliveries once again - after having already bagged two catches as well for Player-of-the-Match Keemo Paul (3-17). Warner was uncharacteristically slow and it was left to Bairstow to take the chances. The Sunrisers, however, lost Bairstow at an inopportune juncture with Paul dismissing him in the 10th over. At the halfway stage, the Sunrisers were 73/1 with 83 more runs needed for a win and they were on track. He bagged another wicket with the very next delivery to get rid of Vijay Shankar for just one run. More than the win, it was the convincing manner in which Shikhar Dhawan (97*) and Rishabh Pant (46) batted that will give the likes of head coach Ricky Ponting and advisor Sourav Ganguly confidence.

Bowlers -Rashid Khan, Khaleel Ahmed, Kagiso Rabada.

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Senior pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar returned with figures of 2/33 while leg-spinner Rashid Khan and Abhishek Sharma took a wicket apiece as the Sunrisers' bowlers made it hard for the Delhi batsmen to score runs. For Delhi, skipper Shreyas Iyer top-scored with a 45 off 40 balls and it was his 56-run partnership with Pant for the fourth wicket which took Delhi to a challenging total after a poor start. Colin Munro was the other notable contributor with a 24-ball 40.

Despite a middle-order collapse, Sunrisers had ended up on the winning side on the back of wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow scoring 48 (28) with the help of nine fours and a six.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been tasked with captaincy and he has somehwere lost the flair in the bowling after that.

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