IPL 2023: Ishant Sharma gave DC a tremendous win in the last over, Hardik Pandya played a slow innings

In the 44th match of IPL 2023 played today at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Delhi Capitals defeated Gujarat Titans by 5 runs in the last over. The hero of Delhi’s victory was Ishant Sharma in the final, who defended 12 runs in the last over to give his team a thrilling victory. Ishant Sharma conceded only 6 runs in the last over and picked up the crucial wicket of dangerous batsman Rahul Tewatia.

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Delhi captain David Warner won the toss and decided to bat first, which initially proved wrong. The Delhi batsmen had succumbed to the fast bowling of Gujarat fast bowler Mohammed Shami. But thanks to the brilliant half-century of young batsman Aman Khan, who came to bat in the middle order, Delhi has made a score worth fighting in the match. Delhi Capitals have scored 130/8 in the allotted 20 overs, in which Aman Khan played a crucial inning of 51 runs off 44 balls.

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Chasing the target in this match of IPL 2023, the Gujarat team also had a very poor start, losing 4 important wickets at the score of 32 runs. After this, there was an important partnership of 62 runs between Hardik Pandya and Abhinav Manohar. But Khaleel Ahmed sent Manohar to the pavilion and made him return to Delhi. Rahul Tewatia hit 3 consecutive sixes in the last three balls of the 19th over of the innings, after which the match came on par but in the end Ishant Sharma’s experience came in handy for Delhi and the team won. Captain Hardik Pandya stood at one end but his half-century innings could not win the team.

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All the bowlers performed well for Delhi Capitals, Khaleel Ahmed and Ishant Sharma took 2-2 wickets, while Kuldeep Yadav and Enrique Norkia got 1-1 wickets. Kuldeep Yadav conceded only 15 runs in his 4-over spell and got the big wicket of David Miller.

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