Half a century after the capital rose, Rabada was once again’ damaged

The capitals of Delhi defeated Chennai Super Kings by 44 runs to take the top spot in the Indian Premier League.

Half a century after the capital rose, Rabada was once again’ damaged

In the first game of the tournament in the capital last Sunday, Rabada took two wickets for a maximum of two runs in a super over to set up a victory against King XI Punjab.

South Africa's fast bowlers once again excelled at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Friday, limiting Chennai to 131-7 in response to 175-3.

Earlier, Shaw scored 64 off 43 balls, while Shekhar Dhawan (35) and Rishabh Pant (not out) also helped Delhi get every chance of winning two of the two.

Openers Shaw and Dhawan scored 94 for the first wicket in just 10.4 overs, but Piyush Chawla (2-33) and Sam Korn (1-27) helped keep the Capitals below the 200-run mark they were looking for.

The Super Kings have never been close to reaching their target, with Faf du Plessis top-scoring with 43 before he was dismissed by Rabida, who also got rid of MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja in the final over. did it.

After moving to the Capital Summit, Rabada compatriot Enrich Nortje scored a magnificent 2-21 in four overs for CSK.

The record required for Jadeja, show  lost

Shaw and Dhawan put on a heartwarming opening stand for Delhi's comfortable victory.

It was no fun for Jadeja, who saw Dhawan bowling his first ball for six at midwicket and Shaw swept the ropes for 15 in the second over.

Jadeja's 44 runs in four overs and he failed to take a wicket, he became the first spinner to concede at least 40 runs in three IPL matches.

Shaw was declared’ man of the match, hitting nine fours and a powerful six before Dhoni stumped Chawla in the 13th over.

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Du Plessis reached the historic milestone of 2,000 IPL runs but was never going to celebrate the victory.

His teammates Rabada and Nortje of South Africa did most of the damage in the chase and they bowled 23 dot balls and took important wickets.

Axel Patel also cost just 18 runs in his accent and he also got the wicket of Shane Watson.


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