Dhawan's bravery is useless when Kings XI wins again

Shikhar Dhawan's second consecutive IPL century was not enough for the Delhi capitals to claim a five-wicket victory in Dubai.


Dhawan's bravery is useless when Kings XI wins again

Dhawan became the first player in the history of the tournament to record a back-to-back; he remained unbeaten on 106 and scored 164 for five.


Lacking the support of the Indian opener, Delhi Aziz suffered a loss, his next highest individual score was 14, and the all-day partnership for Kings XI was’ won.


In third place after Captain KL Rahul's quick 15, Chris Gayle smashed three fours and two sixes in the frustrated fifth over to beat Tusher Deshpande.


Ravichandran Ashwin bowled out Gayle for 29 and Mayank Agarwal was run out’ in the sixth over.


Pooran scored a half-century when he added 69 for the fourth wicket with Glenn Maxwell. After reaching his milestone, he sent the ball away, scoring 53 off 28 balls with the help of 28 runs to overtake the affected Kagiso Rabada (2-27).


Maxwell was dismissed’ for 32 when Rishabh Pant made a spin by Rabada but Deepak Hooda and Jimmy Neshim - 15 and 10 not out respectively.


Dhawan is playing a wonderful single hand


Dhawan is simply irreparable. His knock on Tuesday made him two centuries and two half-centuries in his last four innings. During this time, he has scored 333 runs and has been dismissed’ only once. However, it would be nice to have some of his teammates join him. Pant matched Captain Shreyas Iyer's 14 but on the delivery of 20, he worked in an icy manner.


Dominance of Deshpande


The right-arm midfielder had found himself in the eye of the storm against Gail and things could not have been better when a restless Pooran entered them. A run of slow, short deliveries dropped the score very well and Deshpande's two overs cost 41, which included five fours and three sixes.


Harry and Meghan called it a 'hate crisis' on social media

Post a Comment