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IPL 2019: Match 30, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals- Match Review 

IPL 2019: Match 30, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals- Match Review
Keemo Paul of Delhi Capitals celebrates the wicket of Ricky Bhui of Sunrisers Hyderabad during match 30 of the Vivo Indian Premier League Season 12, 2019 between the Sunrisers Hyderabad and the Delhi Capitals held at the Rajiv Gandhi Intl. Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad on the 14th April 2019 Photo by: Faheem Hussain /SPORTZPICS for BCCI

IPL 2019: 30th Match, Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals – Match Review;      It proved to be yet another decisive day for the Delhi Capitals as they stormed to No 2 in the points table of Vi vo IPL 12 after registering a convincing 39 runs victory against the much fancied Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 30th match of the competition. It was some superb bowling by Kagiso Rabada and Keemo Paul which sealed the deal for Delhi Capitals in the end.

The turning point of the match

It was the exceptional spell from Windies all-rounder Keemo Paul which proved to be the difference between the two franchises. He used the slower deliveries to perfect and kept on bamboozling the Hyderabad batters. His wickets tally included the two prized scalps of Jonny Bairstow and Kane Williamson.

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals- 2nd innings

DC, SRH
Image Credit: IPL

Chasing a relatively modest target of 156 runs, Sunrisers Hyderabad began pretty well courtesy opening duo Jonny Bairstow and David Warner. Bairstow, in particular, looked in complete control of proceedings and played some delightful shots to get going. Warner took his time at the other end but Bairstow found the boundaries on a consistent basis which kept Hyderabad in the box seat.

It was Keemo Paul who deceived Jonny Bairstow with a brilliant slower delivery after he had put on a stand of 72 runs with David Warner. The match should have been sealed after a great opening stand. However, there was a huge collapse for Hyderabad in the next 9 overs as they lost all their 10 wickets for just 44 runs.

Keemo Paul started off the slide for Hyderabad with the wicket of Bairstow. Kane Williamson was also dismissed pretty early by Paul and Hyderabad looked in trouble. None of the batters from there on managed to make an impact as wickets kept falling on a consistent basis. From a position of strength, Hyderabad had their backs to the wall.

Eventually, Kagiso Rabada put the final nail in the coffin when he bagged the most important wicket of David Warner who has been the most consistent batsmen for Hyderabad in the tournament so far along with Jonny Bairstow. While Bairstow made 52, Warner was dismissed for 41. However, none of the other 9 batters could go beyond the double figures as Delhi Capitals strolled home by 39 runs.

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals- 1st innings

Khaleel Ahmed
Khaleel Ahmed (Image Credit: IPL)

Kane Williamson was back for Hyderabad and he came out for the toss with Shreyas Iyer. Both sides made a few changes. Hyderabad had as many as four changes with Kane Williamson, Khaleel Ahmed, Ricky Bhui and Abhishek Sharma made their comebacks. After winning the toss it was Williamson who asked Delhi Capitals to bat.

DC lost Prithvi Shaw pretty early as Khaleel Ahmed beat for pace and bounce. Shikhar Dhawan also fell in quick succession as he was dismissed by a brilliant short delivery from Khaleel Ahmed. Colin Munro who was playing his first game for the Delhi Capitals took Khaleel Ahmed to the cleaners after his first couple of wickets.

He smashed the left-arm pacer for a six and a four to get going and added a couple more when he returned for his 2nd spell. In his first game, Colin Munro made 40 of 24 deliveries which included 4 fours and 3 sixes. He was dismissed by the 18-year-old Abhishek Sharma.

The Sunrisers Hyderabad bowlers came back strongly in the final phase of the innings and restricted Delhi Capitals to a below-par score of 155 in their allotted 20 overs. The pick of the bowlers for Hyderabad was Khaleel Ahmed who bagged 3 wickets for 30 wickets. Bhuvneshwar Kumar chipped in with a couple while Rashid Khan prized out the wicket of Chris Morris.

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