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The match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and the top team Delhi Capitals remained lifeless in the IPL points table. When DC played like a king, SRH only looked to extend one more defeat to their name in the points table. However, even in this monotonous match of IPL, there were 10 moments when there was little entertainment. Let us know one by one-
This reaction of R Ashwin is for the mistake of his captain. Actually, Ashwin was 1 wicket away from the 250th wicket of his T20 career. He made this opportunity in the very first over, but Rishabh Pant, who was behind the wicket, instead of catching the catch, quickly dropped the catch in order to try the stumping. This made Ashwin completely furious.
This is that shot to Pant, when the ball did not go anywhere. That is, not only did he hit him, but the bat was such a nephew that he dropped from his hand and fell 12 feet above and about 15-17 feet away. The captain of the opposition team standing next to it, Williamson picked up the bat.
He is also Pant. To save himself from being run out, he jumped to touch the line on the pitch ie the crease.
Yes, you got it right. He is also Pant. Looking at him, it seems as if his runs would not be complete without falling. He has to dive at the end to complete the run. Although people like this style of his.
Now call it Pant’s flirtation or an attempt to woo the front team. In fact, after giving SRH a crushing defeat by 13 balls and 8 wickets, when Warner came to shake hands with him, Pant danced and extended his hand. Warner also laughed seeing him. Saha also kept smiling while standing away.
Seeing this catch of Williamson, Sunil Gavaskar, who was doing commentary, remembered the days of his youth. He said that Kapil Dev had caught a similar catch in 1983 when he was playing the World Cup. In fact, Williamson took a brilliant catch while running back.
This is Steve Smith. While throwing a throw, his style was like Hrithik Roshan’s dance. After seeing his throw, his fellow fielders also started laughing. Later, a smile appeared on Smith’s face as well.
First over from Anrich Norkhia. Every ball faster than 145 kmph. The fourth is 151 km per hour. This picture is taken while throwing the same ball. He took 2 wickets for just 12 runs in 4 overs. That’s why he was also selected as the Player of the Match.
This six of Wriddhiman Saha became a ranaut for him. He was playing carefully, made 12 off 11 balls. Then Rabada came in front of them. Saha hit a six on the very first ball, but the next 4 balls were dotted. Saha was furious and got caught on the last ball. That is, he could not score even 1 run after the six. This Rabada-Saha clash was worth watching.
In the end, it was caught by Simran Hetmyer by turning upside down on the boundary line. He sent back to the pavilion after catching a brilliant catch to Saha, returning to the rhythm.