Delhi finally register a win

April 22, 2013 20:10
Delhi finally register a win

Delhi Daredevils the least successful team yet finally earned its first win. Sehwag finally got a hold of himself, and his exceptional batting, which we are all used to being his regular style, has brought the score board higher than required three overs earlier than the game limit. His 95 runs forming more than half of the score in just 57 balls was a phenomenal achivement in the game. Jayawardane also paired 59 runs to the score but got out just before the victory. With 9 wickets in hand, their victory could boost their morale too high to go through the further rounds to the final. We have to wait and see.

Delhi vs Mumbai, 28th Match, Delhi
Delhi: 165/1 (17.0 Ovs)
Mumbai: 161/4 (20.0 Ovs)
Delhi won by 9 wkts
Sehwag 95

After a fine score of 185 runs Pune thought they were in safe hands. Aaron Finch, Yuvraj Singh, Robin Uthappa couldn't have been more disappointed after they paired to build the score to over 180. The bowling department however has failed them. Luke Wright was the wrong choice for the game. Dinda, Mendis or Sharma couldn't find a way to break the Punjabis as the latter thrashed them to boundaries repeatedly. Unstoppable David Miller was awarded the Man of the Match with his score of 80 off just 41 balls.

Punjab vs Pune, 29th Match, Mohali
Punjab: 186/3 (19.5 Ovs)
Pune: 185/4 (20.0 Ovs)
Punjab won by 7 wkts

Chennai vs Rajasthan, Match 30, Chennai: Dhoni will lead CSK as the skipper of the team for the 50th time in the tournament. This coupled with the regular determination and the support from the home-crowd should be enough impetus for the team to register a win and move to the first position on the table tonight. On the other hand, Rajasthan Royals too have the same statistics on the leader board giving them equal opportunity to be on top. This is going to be a tough call tonight!

(AW- Anil)

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