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DC vs SRH, IPL 2019: Shreyas Iyer disappointed as Delhi lose heavily again

first_imgDC vs SRH, IPL 2019: Shreyas Iyer disappointed as Delhi lose heavily againWhile Sunrisers Hyderabad clinched a table-topping win at the Feroz Shah Kotla, home side Delhi Capitals were handed a thrashing for the second successive time in the ongoing season of Indian Premier League Indian Premier League, 2019, Match 16 18 Point 5 Delhi DEL 129/8 Mid Wicket 26 covers 131/5 (18.3) All batsmen are considered right handed 129/8 28 No data available! view more view less (18.3) R fine Leg (20.0) Mid Wicket 5 Referee: Chinmay Sharma (IND) Umpires: KN Ananthapadmanabhan (IND), Chettithody Shamshuddin (IND) and S Ravi (IND) 0 13 Delhi DEL – third Man Delhi third Man 1 10 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (c) B. Kumar (c) lbw b Rahul Tewatia 0 fine Leg 3 9 Hyderabad HYD 9.14 third Man 18 0 0 Mid on covers 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 1 3 0 8.66 10 Delhi Bowling DEL Bowling third Man (20.0) Square Leg Mid Wicket Hyderabad 1 Deepak Hooda D. Hooda c Kagiso Rabada b Sandeep Lamichhane Axar Patel A. Patel 32 171.42 0 Mid off All batsmen are considered right handed Match Ended Point 11 Rashid Khan R. Khan nb Square Leg Mid Wicket Fall of Wickets c Kagiso Rabada b Sandeep Lamichhane Mohammad Nabi (HYD) M. Nabi (HYD) 17 Vijay Shankar V. Shankar c Shreyas Iyer b Axar Patel 2/21 (4) Hyderabad batting HYD batting graphs 1 Hyderabad HYD 76.19 Jonny Bairstow (HYD) J. Bairstow (HYD) 1 Mid on covers Square Leg Mid on 2/27 (4) 188.88 third Man Mid Wicket Point Point Sandeep Lamichhane S. Lamichhane 0 Mid on Mid off Square Leg Mid off 1 Square Leg All batsmen are considered right handed m Mid on 1 131/5 Mid off 0 0 0 Mid Wicket rcenter_img 90.90 0 1 0 0 Point 4 2 Sandeep Sharma S. Sharma fine Leg Scorecard not out 10 43 (41) 1 c Prithvi Shaw b Ishant Sharma 81.81 64/1 ( J. Bairstow 6.5 Overs) , fine Leg Extras: 11 runs (B: 4, LB: 4, WD: 3, NB: 0, P: 0) Rahul Tewatia R. Tewatia covers advertisement c Shreyas Iyer b Axar Patel Mid on covers 1 not out Chris Morris C. Morris 95/3 ( M. Pandey 13 Overs) , 76.92 Square Leg Mid off All batsmen are considered right handed commentary Match Ended 3.3 0 9 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers covers w 1 wd Mid off 9 Hyderabad beat Delhi by 5 wickets 131/5 (18.3) 32 fine Leg 68/2 ( D. Warner 8 Overs) , 16 All batsmen are considered right handed 0 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (HYD) B. Kumar (HYD) o 4s 0 c Chris Morris b Kagiso Rabada Point 101/4 ( V. Shankar 14.3 Overs) , Indian Premier League, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 20:00 (Local Time) Jonny Bairstow (wk) J. Bairstow (wk) lbw b Rahul Tewatia 11 1 Square Leg 48 (28) 111/5 ( D. Hooda 16 Overs) , B Mid off e/r 4 0 Point 1 0 covers 4.5 Yusuf Pathan Y. Pathan not out Indian Premier League, 2019 All batsmen are considered right handed fine Leg vs Kagiso Rabada K. Rabada 6s Shreyas Iyer (DEL) S. Iyer (DEL) Super Over David Warner D. Warner c Chris Morris b Kagiso Rabada Manish Pandey M. Pandey c Prithvi Shaw b Ishant Sharma Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 48 Mid Wicket third Man 0 Ishant Sharma I. Sharma Mohammad Nabi M. Nabi not out Siddarth Kaul S. Kaul 55.55 1 S/R fine Leg 3.33 Mid on 0 8 21 0 Series Status: Player Of The Match: Jonny Bairstow third Man 0 Toss: HYD elected to field view full scorecard 10 india today digital New DelhiApril 5, 2019UPDATED: April 5, 2019 00:12 IST IPL 2019, DC vs SRH: Shreyas Iyer top scored for Delhi with 43 but it wasn’t enough for the home side to pick two points ( Courtesy by BCCI)HIGHLIGHTSShreyas Iyer hit a well-paced 43 but Delhi Capitals managed only 129 on boardJonny Bairstow hit a 28-ball 48 to help Sunrisers collect 2 points in New DelhiDelhi Capitals have suffered defeats in three of their last four games in IPL 2019Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer cut a dejected figure as he walked up to complete the post-match duties after his team suffered a five-wicket thrashing at Feroz Shah Kotla against table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad on Thursday. DC vs SRH – Report | HighlightsIyer didn’t hold back and conceded the performances of Delhi Capitals in the last two games were far from impressive. Before the latest defeat to the Sunrisers, the Capitals had suffered one of the most humiliating collapses in IPL, losing seven wickets in a span of 17 balls and eight runs in their 14-run defeat to Kings XI Punjab.On Thursday, Delhi Capitals were completely outplayed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar-led SRH on a slow and low turner at the Kotla. After being put into bat, DC were restricted to 129 for 8 in their quota of 20 overs.Captain Iyer top-scored with 43 and all-rounder Axar Patel scored a quickfire 23 but it wasn’t enough as Sunrisers gunned down the total despite losing a few quick wickets towards the end.So wonderful to see Jonny Bairstow carrying his great run of form, Nabi , playing an important role with both bat and ball. Another very satisfying win for the #OrangeArmy. May we continue with this winning momentum. pic.twitter.com/9xDJhBa7KEVVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) April 4, 2019Jonny Bairstow, who had hit his maiden IPL hundred earlier this week, took the game away from the Capitals in the first six overs wherein he smashed a 28-ball 48.”The last two games have been the same [disappointing]. It was a tough wicket to bat on and since they bowled first, they had an idea about how to go about it. We didn’t play that well as a batting side. Another learning – we should come back positive and strong. After the first time out, I thought 140-150 would have been a good score, especially with three spinners playing. Unfortunately, we lost too many wickets and we could not capitalise,” Iyer said.advertisement”I needed a little support over there because one of the top four batsmen had to be there, I had taken the responsibility but unfortunately I took on Rashid and got out as well,” Iyer added.The Delhi Capitals’ captain though managed to find positives as he lauded his bowlers for not throwing in the towel after being tonked for 62 in the first six overs.”We had almost lost the game after the first few overs, but the way we came back should be appreciated. The bowlers are mentally strong at the moment. That is really good to see from a captain’s point of view.”Meanwhile, winning captain Bhuvneshwar pointed out that the start that SRH got from their in-form openers helped them complete a tricky chase with relative ease.”It is always easy as the captain when the team does well and I always believe that the captain is as good as the team. We weren’t sure at the toss about how the pitch would play, but we always wanted to bowl given how small the ground is. We knew that it would be easier in the second innings and it would be a tricky chase, but the start we got was great.”Also Read | There are some chinks in Virat Kohli’s batting against spinners: VVS LaxmanAlso Read | IPL 2019: Royal Challengers Bangalore under the pump, concedes Parthiv Patel Also See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. 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