IPL 2020: Marcus Stoinis' overall show helped Delhi Capitals beat Kings XI Punjab.© BCCI/IPL
Marcus Stoinis’ overall brightness helped Delhi Capitals (DC) beat Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in a Super Over spine chiller at Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday. The match was tied after Kings XI Punjab, pursuing 158 for the success, completed their innings at 157/8. In the Super Over, Kagiso Rabada got KL Rahul and Nicholas Pooran off progressive conveyances to end their innings in only three balls. Delhi Capitals pursued down the three-run focus in the Super Over effortlessly and began their mission with a triumph.
In the 20th over of KXIP’s innings, Stoinis guarded 13 runs notwithstanding getting hit for a six off the principal conveyance. With one required off three conveyances, Stoinis bowled a spot ball and tailed it up by taking the critical wicket of Mayank Agarwal, who scored 89 runs off 60 balls. Chris Jordan at that point chipped the last chunk of the innings straight under the control of Kagiso Rabada and the match went into a Super Over.
Prior, Kings XI Punjab captain KL Rahul won the throw and picked to field.
Delhi headed out to a ghastly beginning, losing three wickets inside the initial four overs.
Rishabh Pant sewed a significant organization of 73 runs with captain Shreyas Iyer for the fourth wicket.
Marcus Stoinis completed the innings on a high as he hit a brisk fire half-century.
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During the game, Delhi Capitals spinner Ravichandran Ashwin left the field after he harmed his shoulder, jumping to spare a solitary off his own bowling.
After the match, Rabada said that there is no report on Ashwin’s physical issue and they should hold up till clinical reports come in.
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