Sunrisers Hyderabad moved to the highest point of IPL 2019 standings after they
Conquered Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets on Thursday night. after deciding to bowl first at the
Feroze Shah Kotla, the Sunrisers confined the hosts Delhi Capitals to 129 for 8 and
afterward pursued down the runs in 18.3 overs.
Batting first, the Delhi Capitals got off to a poor begin - losing Prithvi Shaw to a crossbatted
heave against Bhuvneshwar Kumar at saw his off stump pegged back. Shikhar
Dhawan (12) and Rishabh Pant (5) also were expelled economically, tumbling to the off-turn
of Mohammad Nabi. Chief Shreyas Iyer top-scored for the Delhi Capitals with 43, while Axar
Patel took the group to a decent score with a quickfire 23 not out from 13 balls. The Delhi
Capitals were 36-2 toward the finish of the powerplay stage, included 49-3 in the center nine
overs, and completed with a twist including 44-3 in the last five overs.
For Sunrisers Hyderabad, all the five bowlers utilized got among the wickets. Mohammad
Nabi was the pick of the bowlers, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar stowed his first wickets of the
period. Siddarth Kaul (2-35), Rashid Khan (1-18) and Sandeep Sharma (1-25) were among
the wickets as well.
In answer, Sunrisers Hyderabad got off to an energetic begin with Jonny Bairstow and
David Warner including 64 for the main wicket. Bairstow was the forceful of the two opening
batsmen, scoring 48 from 29 balls before he was expelled LBW by Rahul Tewatia. Despite
the fact that the Sunrisers lost a couple of wickets one after another from that point,
Bairstow's appearance at the top gave the remainder of the batsmen time to play
themselves in. Sunrisers in the long run knocked off the runs in the penultimate over, going
too far with five wickets close by. Mohammad Nabi completed off the pursuit, scoring a limit
and a six off Kagiso Rabada in the nineteenth over.