Tata IPL 2022, Match 64: PBKS vs DC – Match Report
Delhi Capitals (DCs) have introduced their 7. registeredth Tata received the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 by defeating Punjab Kings (PBKS) by 17 runs on the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai on Monday.
Mitchell Marsh’s scintillating 63 (48) and Shardul Thakur’s four-wicket haul took DC to a vital 17-run victory.
Chasing 160 for victory, PBKS openers Shikhar Dhawan and Jonny Bairstow acquired off to a terrific begin with the bat.
Bairstow hit a 4 and a six, earlier than being deep out off the opener Enrique Nortje. Shardul Thakur struck twice in his first over to dismiss Rajapaksa and Dhawan as PBKS had been 54/3 on the finish of 6 overs.
PBKS misplaced the following three wickets very quickly due to Kuldeep Yadav’s bowling, after which Axar Patel dodged skipper Mayank Agarwal’s stumps.
Whereas Livingstone 8. I used to be stumpedth Over, Harpit Brar is forged by Yadav’s googly. PBKS had been 8 down after Axar Patel clear bowled Rishi Dhawan.
Jitesh Sharma 15. Scored a century for PBKS after sending his first six inth above. Jitesh Sharma scored 43 and PBKS wanted 39 off 18 balls
Shardul took two extra wickets as Warner took an excellent catch to dismiss Jitesh Sharma for 44 whereas Rabada was dismissed over the deep.
Solely 3 runs had been conceded within the final over bowled by Nortje, as PBKS wanted 26 runs within the ultimate over. Thakur 20. conceded solely 8 runsth Over and DC received by 17 runs.
Earlier, DC, who had been positioned to bat first, made two adjustments – Khaleel Ahmed and Sarfaraz Khan had been named within the eleven.
David Warner was dismissed on the primary ball after being caught contained in the circle of the left-handed opener off Livingstone. The stress from the opening wicket didn’t have an effect on Mitchell Marsh and Sarfaraz Khan as each had been working the boundary.
Rahul Chahar took a sky-high catch off Arshdeep Singh to dismiss Sarfaraz. DC had been 59/2 on the finish of the powerplay.
Marsh was joined by Lalit Yadav, who scored 9. hit his first six of the inningsth Over and DC had been 86/2 on the midway level.
Arshdeep Singh deceived Yadav with a sluggish ball and took his second wicket. Livingstone then took two wickets to dismiss explosive batsmen Rishabh Pant and Rovman Powell.
DC had been 116/5 with 5 overs to spare earlier than Marsh reached a half-century because the right-handed batsman streamed runs from one finish.
Rabada ended Marsh’s innings after the DC all-rounder was caught in a penalty over at deep mid-wicket. Arshdeep conceded solely 7 runs within the ultimate over, together with a breakthrough from Shardul Thakur as DC posted 159/7 within the first innings.
brief rating, Delhi Capitals 159/7 (Mitchell Marsh 63, Sarfaraz Khan 32; Liam Livingstone 3-27) defeated Punjab Kings 142/9 (Jitesh Sharma 44, Jonny Bairstow 28; Shardul Thakur 4-36) By 17 runs.