The battle between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals ended with a super over.
The first super over of the current IPL was seen on Sunday night. In that breathless battle, Delhi Capitals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad and won.
In the 20th match of the IPL, Sunrisers Hyderabad won the toss and elected to bat. The highest 53 runs came from Prithvi Shaw’s bat. Captain Rishab Pant scored 36, Steven Smith 34, and Shikhar Dhawan 26 runs. Ken Williamson fought alone for Sunrisers Hyderabad on the day of David Warner’s failure in reply.
In the beginning, Johnny Bairstow was 38 and at the end, no one could accompany him except Jagadesha Suchith unbeaten 14. Williamson took the team to the match super over with 6 unbeaten runs. At the same time, a new precedent was added to the history of Super Over.
With this, for the first time, the IPL saw an example of victory in the super over made by the spinner. On the other hand, Rashid failed to win the team by bowling in the super over for the third time in a row. Which is the highest in the history of IPL. On the other hand, Ken Williamson lost the match in the Super Over for the sixth time in a row with the national team and franchise cricket.
Akshar came down to bowl Delhi in the super over. Hyderabad batsman David Warner and Williamson. Two hard-hitter batsmen could not make more than 6 runs. While taking two runs in the last ball, Warner was caught for one run as he did not cross his bat line. Williamson had a four.
Instead of spin, Hyderabad goes for a spin attack. Rashid Khan took the ball, Rishabh Pant and Shikhar Dhawan were batting. They took two runs in the first two balls. Pant made the job easier by hitting four in the third ball. Rashid dot the next ball. Pant took one run in the fifth ball. Dhawan confirmed the victory with a run from leg bye in the last ball.