Rashid dominated the capitals as the Sunrisers won for the first time

Sunrisers Hyderabad beat their unbeaten Delhi capitals by 15 runs in their first win of the 2020 Indian Premier League season on Tuesday.

Rashid dominated the capitals as the Sunrisers won for the first time

After a back-to-back defeat to start their campaign in the Twenty20 competition, it was the third time they were lucky for the Censors, who went 162-4 after being’ batted.

Johnny Bairstow led the way in 53 of the 48 deliveries, although it was Ken Williamson who played the most important role. The New Zealand batsman was drafted in the XI and responded quickly with 41 on the occasion’.

His 26-ball knock included five boundaries as he took advantage of an excellent 77-run opening stand between Bairstow and David Warner, who scored 45 in their 50th game as captain.

Delhi saw several batsmen start without a kick during their failed reply, with Shikhar Dhawan and Rashab Pant struggling to break the shackles despite scoring 34 and 28 runs respectively.

Rashid Khan was performing at his worst for Hyderabad, claiming an impressive 3.14, and when Shamar Hettimir scored 21 off 12 overs with a pair of sixes, Delhi were 147-7. Ended on


For fast-scoring Warner and Bairstow in general, the strike rates of 136 and 110 show how easy it is for batsmen to force speed at slow and low levels at Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Stadium.

However, Williamson made it clear that this is not all about power in a nutshell. He was the only right-handed batsman to find a rhythm, cleverly delivering balls into the gaps and adding 52 with Bairstow for the third wicket.

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Afghanistan International's spell included 13 dot balls and considered it a lonely boundary, as well as taking three important top-order wickets.

However, if it were not for the wicketkeeper Bairstow, the league spinner could not have bowled opener Dhawan.

England International were the only ones to strongly appeal for a catch in the back and initially had to reconsider the original decision after a review when they were not out on the field.


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