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Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 50th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 50th Match 28 Saturday May 2022 143754000000 Delhi Capitals won by 21 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Saturday May 2022 143754000000 DC - 207/3 (20) SRH - 186/8 (20) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Saturday May 2022 143754000000 CRR:  9.30 Player of the Match David Warner Scorecard Refresh Commentary Revenge, passion, determination - call it whatever you want, Warner made a statement against his former franchise. He didn't just roar while batting, he was also seen screaming from the non-striker's end when Rovman Powell was smashing the ball around. That tells you how motivated he was for today's encounter. Delhi Captains, with this win, move up to the fifth position while SRH drop one spot lower to the sixth. The battle for the top-four is heating up. However, there won't be any change in the teams' positions tomorrow as it's the clash between two teams who are at the extreme ends of the points table - Gujarat Titans (#1) vs Mumbai Indians (#10) . For now, it's goodbye and good night from Abhinand Raghavendran , Pradeep Krishnamurthy , Raju Peethala , Mukesh and Kumar Abhisekh Das. David Warner | Player of the Match: It's a really nice wicket, I've had some success here. I knew if I played my strokes, it was going to come off. Challenging here in Mumbai with the humidity and I was cooked there towards the back end, I am getting older. Having Rovman at the other end was amazing. I was glad he was at the other end. I didn't need extra motivation (playing against SRH), we've seen what's happened before in the past, it was good to get the win on the board. It was a little bit silly of me to try and run fast (while batting with Powell). He hit some clean and ... gee ... they go a long way. And even Livo (Livingstone) the other day - 117m. These guys are clearing these fences like anything. (On playing the switch-hit) I thought he (Bhuvi) was going to bowl a yorker, it was wider. As I tried to turn, I actually saw Jos play one recently, so I practised that in the nets. I bat right-handed in the nets against the spinners sometimes. You got to try these shots. I premeditated to try and reverse it, but when it was bowled there, I just tried to back-cut it and it came off. I said to him (Powell), I am running two no matter what and I don't care if I get run-out. I am just glad he could clear the fence. Rishabh Pant: There is always room for improvement, but it's close to a perfect game for us as a batting unit. I was calm about myself. In high chases, the other team needs 10-12 runs per over, it's difficult to hit till the 20th over. I was telling the bowlers to be calm. (On Warner) The way he batted, the way he paced the innings, it's one of the best innings. We knew what he (Powell) can give us, we backed him and he's coming out with flying colours now. We are just taking one game at a time and trying to give our 100%. I got out to a full-toss, that's part and parcel of the game. Good and important win for us. Anrich Nortje: Just a relief to be out in middle, nice to be playing and nice to get into some rhythm. You need to be set realistic standards, it's been a while getting out, playing a game is completely different to just bowling in the nets. Getting the basics right is quite important for me, since the last game working on my rhythm and need to focus on bit of skill coming into this game, feeling happy to be out there. He's (Khaleel) been bowling really whole tournament, everyone has been bowling well. Certain stage we gonna get hit and its hard to protect the short side and becomes a little predictable, but I think the boys bowled really well under pressure which is nice to see. Best of chance of succeeding (as a bowler) is to keep your mind clear and focus on committing whatever you are thinking about. Kane Williamson: I mean they had a fantastic total. As a batting unit we had a lot of belief. You know for us it is just going back to the drawing board. Outstanding knock from David Warner and later by Powell. Fantastic learning opportunities for everyone. Umran has been a fantastic find. You learn from the best when you come up against them. Things can change quickly if we put things together. They have had rhythm batting in the middle order. Those two (Pooran and Markam) have been good. Just trying to play a role for the team. Staying patient. Every team is strong. Trying to contribute to the team’s cause. 23:33 Local Time, 18:03 GMT, 23:33 IST: Nicholas Pooran + Aiden Markram = 104 runs | other SRH batters = 71 runs. That tells you a tale, doesn't it. Chasing a stiff target, SRH didn't get off to an auspicious start. They scored just 35 runs in the powerplay and lost both their openers in that phase. When Tripathi fell to Marsh, the asking-rate was more than 13 RPO. That's when the two overseas batters joined hands and counter-attacked with a 60-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Khaleel Ahmed nipped out Markram with a slower ball, but Pooran continued to go after the DC bowlers to keep his team in the hunt. He was striking the ball well and Delhi had bowled out Nortje and Khaleel with the equation being 55 needed off 3 overs. Pooran had to do all the scoring and he miscued a high full toss from Thakur in the 18th over. That was the killer blow and SRH succumbed to their third successive loss. Earlier, Warner and Rovman Powell powered their team to a daunting total of 207. Their bowlers panicked a bit, but held their nerve in the end to end up on the winning side. Stick around for the presentations... DC at Brabourne : 4 wins in 4 games DC at other venues : 1 win in 6 games SRH: 186-8 after 20 overs 19.6 Kuldeep Yadav to Shreyas Gopal, no run, 80.9kph, and again. Shreyas Gopal attempts another reverse hit and doesn't lay bat on ball against a short of length ball outside off. Delhi Capitals win by 21 runs! 19.5 Kuldeep Yadav to Shreyas Gopal, no run, 81.6kph, Shreyas Gopal tries to reverse-swat over short third man and fails to make contact against this length ball outside off 19.4 Kuldeep Yadav to Bhuvneshwar, 1 run, 79.8kph, slower and wider, probably the googly, Bhuvneshwar hits through the line as he miscues the loft towards long-off 19.3 Kuldeep Yadav to Bhuvneshwar, FOUR , shorter in length, leg-stump line, Bhuvneshwar gets inside the line and pulls it over short fine leg 19.2 Kuldeep Yadav to Bhuvneshwar, no run, googly outside off, Bhuvneshwar slashes and misses Bhuvneshwar Kumar, right handed bat, comes to the crease 19.1 Kuldeep Yadav to Kartik Tyagi, out Bowled!! Flat leggie on the shorter side, Kartik Tyagi comes down the track premeditatively to work it into the leg-side and plays all around it. The ball spins past his inside edge to crash into the leg-stump. Kuldeep Yadav has a big smile on his face. Kartik Tyagi b Kuldeep Yadav 7(5) [4s-1] Kuldeep Yadav to Kartik Tyagi, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! Kuldeep Yadav [3.0-0-35-0] is back into the attack Equation: 27 runs | 6 balls. It's Kuldeep SRH: 181-7 after 19 overs 18.6 Mitchell Marsh to Kartik Tyagi, 1 run, 139kph, very full delivery, flicked away to deep mid-wicket 18.5 Mitchell Marsh to Kartik Tyagi, 2 runs, shorter and wider, slapped to deep extra cover 18.4 Mitchell Marsh to Kartik Tyagi, FOUR , third boundary of the over! Half-volley outside off from round the wicket, Kartik Tyagi drills it down the pitch after clearing his front leg. Placed between the non-striker and the umpire. No one's stopping that Load More Commentary

Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 50th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 50th Match 28 Saturday May 2022 143754000000

Delhi Capitals won by 21 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Saturday May 2022 143754000000

DC - 207/3 (20)
SRH - 186/8 (20)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 28 Saturday May 2022 143754000000
CRR:  9.30

Player of the Match

Commentary

Revenge, passion, determination - call it whatever you want, Warner made a statement against his former franchise. He didn't just roar while batting, he was also seen screaming from the non-striker's end when Rovman Powell was smashing the ball around. That tells you how motivated he was for today's encounter. Delhi Captains, with this win, move up to the fifth position while SRH drop one spot lower to the sixth. The battle for the top-four is heating up. However, there won't be any change in the teams' positions tomorrow as it's the clash between two teams who are at the extreme ends of the points table - Gujarat Titans (#1) vs Mumbai Indians (#10). For now, it's goodbye and good night from Abhinand Raghavendran, Pradeep Krishnamurthy, Raju Peethala, Mukesh and Kumar Abhisekh Das.

David Warner | Player of the Match: It's a really nice wicket, I've had some success here. I knew if I played my strokes, it was going to come off. Challenging here in Mumbai with the humidity and I was cooked there towards the back end, I am getting older. Having Rovman at the other end was amazing. I was glad he was at the other end. I didn't need extra motivation (playing against SRH), we've seen what's happened before in the past, it was good to get the win on the board. It was a little bit silly of me to try and run fast (while batting with Powell). He hit some clean and ... gee ... they go a long way. And even Livo (Livingstone) the other day - 117m. These guys are clearing these fences like anything. (On playing the switch-hit) I thought he (Bhuvi) was going to bowl a yorker, it was wider. As I tried to turn, I actually saw Jos play one recently, so I practised that in the nets. I bat right-handed in the nets against the spinners sometimes. You got to try these shots. I premeditated to try and reverse it, but when it was bowled there, I just tried to back-cut it and it came off. I said to him (Powell), I am running two no matter what and I don't care if I get run-out. I am just glad he could clear the fence.

Rishabh Pant: There is always room for improvement, but it's close to a perfect game for us as a batting unit. I was calm about myself. In high chases, the other team needs 10-12 runs per over, it's difficult to hit till the 20th over. I was telling the bowlers to be calm. (On Warner) The way he batted, the way he paced the innings, it's one of the best innings. We knew what he (Powell) can give us, we backed him and he's coming out with flying colours now. We are just taking one game at a time and trying to give our 100%. I got out to a full-toss, that's part and parcel of the game. Good and important win for us.

Anrich Nortje: Just a relief to be out in middle, nice to be playing and nice to get into some rhythm. You need to be set realistic standards, it's been a while getting out, playing a game is completely different to just bowling in the nets. Getting the basics right is quite important for me, since the last game working on my rhythm and need to focus on bit of skill coming into this game, feeling happy to be out there. He's (Khaleel) been bowling really whole tournament, everyone has been bowling well. Certain stage we gonna get hit and its hard to protect the short side and becomes a little predictable, but I think the boys bowled really well under pressure which is nice to see. Best of chance of succeeding (as a bowler) is to keep your mind clear and focus on committing whatever you are thinking about.

Kane Williamson: I mean they had a fantastic total. As a batting unit we had a lot of belief. You know for us it is just going back to the drawing board. Outstanding knock from David Warner and later by Powell. Fantastic learning opportunities for everyone. Umran has been a fantastic find. You learn from the best when you come up against them. Things can change quickly if we put things together. They have had rhythm batting in the middle order. Those two (Pooran and Markam) have been good. Just trying to play a role for the team. Staying patient. Every team is strong. Trying to contribute to the team’s cause.

23:33 Local Time, 18:03 GMT, 23:33 IST: Nicholas Pooran + Aiden Markram = 104 runs | other SRH batters = 71 runs. That tells you a tale, doesn't it. Chasing a stiff target, SRH didn't get off to an auspicious start. They scored just 35 runs in the powerplay and lost both their openers in that phase. When Tripathi fell to Marsh, the asking-rate was more than 13 RPO. That's when the two overseas batters joined hands and counter-attacked with a 60-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Khaleel Ahmed nipped out Markram with a slower ball, but Pooran continued to go after the DC bowlers to keep his team in the hunt. He was striking the ball well and Delhi had bowled out Nortje and Khaleel with the equation being 55 needed off 3 overs. Pooran had to do all the scoring and he miscued a high full toss from Thakur in the 18th over. That was the killer blow and SRH succumbed to their third successive loss. Earlier, Warner and Rovman Powell powered their team to a daunting total of 207. Their bowlers panicked a bit, but held their nerve in the end to end up on the winning side. Stick around for the presentations...

DC at Brabourne: 4 wins in 4 games
DC at other venues: 1 win in 6 games

SRH: 186-8 after 20 overs

19.6 Kuldeep Yadav to Shreyas Gopal, no run, 80.9kph, and again. Shreyas Gopal attempts another reverse hit and doesn't lay bat on ball against a short of length ball outside off. Delhi Capitals win by 21 runs!

19.5 Kuldeep Yadav to Shreyas Gopal, no run, 81.6kph, Shreyas Gopal tries to reverse-swat over short third man and fails to make contact against this length ball outside off

19.4 Kuldeep Yadav to Bhuvneshwar, 1 run, 79.8kph, slower and wider, probably the googly, Bhuvneshwar hits through the line as he miscues the loft towards long-off

19.3 Kuldeep Yadav to Bhuvneshwar, FOUR, shorter in length, leg-stump line, Bhuvneshwar gets inside the line and pulls it over short fine leg

19.2 Kuldeep Yadav to Bhuvneshwar, no run, googly outside off, Bhuvneshwar slashes and misses

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, right handed bat, comes to the crease

19.1 Kuldeep Yadav to Kartik Tyagi, out Bowled!! Flat leggie on the shorter side, Kartik Tyagi comes down the track premeditatively to work it into the leg-side and plays all around it. The ball spins past his inside edge to crash into the leg-stump. Kuldeep Yadav has a big smile on his face. Kartik Tyagi b Kuldeep Yadav 7(5) [4s-1]

Kuldeep Yadav to Kartik Tyagi, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

Kuldeep Yadav [3.0-0-35-0] is back into the attack

Equation: 27 runs | 6 balls. It's Kuldeep

SRH: 181-7 after 19 overs

18.6 Mitchell Marsh to Kartik Tyagi, 1 run, 139kph, very full delivery, flicked away to deep mid-wicket

18.5 Mitchell Marsh to Kartik Tyagi, 2 runs, shorter and wider, slapped to deep extra cover

18.4 Mitchell Marsh to Kartik Tyagi, FOUR, third boundary of the over! Half-volley outside off from round the wicket, Kartik Tyagi drills it down the pitch after clearing his front leg. Placed between the non-striker and the umpire. No one's stopping that

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