IPL 2023: Sunrisers Hyderabad with South African players choke, exciting victory of Delhi Capitals

Sunrisers Hyderabad were defeated by Delhi Capitals by 7 runs in the 34th match of IPL 2023 played in Hyderabad. Playing first, Delhi Capitals scored 144/9 in 20 overs, in response Sunrisers Hyderabad could only score 137/6 after playing the entire over.

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After winning the toss, Delhi Capitals chose to bat first but their decision did not prove to be correct. The opening pair of captain David Warner and Phil Salt could only add 1 run in three balls. Salt became the victim of Bhuvneshwar Kumar without scoring any runs. Mitchell Marsh played some great shots but his innings was stopped by T Natarajan. Marsh was dismissed on 39 after scoring 25 runs in 15 balls with the help of five fours. David Warner also could not do anything special, scoring 21 runs in 20 balls, became the victim of Washington Sundar who came to bowl the eighth over.

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In the same over, Sundar also removed Sarfaraz Khan (10) and Aman Khan (4) and Delhi’s score was 62/5. From here the pair of Manish Pandey and Akshar Patel handled the innings and took the score to 131 by adding 69 runs for the sixth wicket. Akshar returned to the pavilion after scoring 34 runs in 34 balls. At the same time, Manish Pandey was run out on a personal score of 34. Ripple Patel was also run out on a personal score of 5 in the last over. The team kept losing wickets and could not score big. Washington Sundar took three wickets and Bhuvneshwar Kumar took two wickets from Sunrisers Hyderabad.

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Sunrisers Hyderabad got off to a solid start chasing the target. Mayank Agarwal and Harry Brook added 31 runs in 5.1 overs for the first wicket. Brook became the victim of Anrich Nortje by scoring 7 runs. Mayank batted well and scored 49 runs in 39 balls hitting seven fours. Rahul Tripathi went on to score 15 runs. Abhishek Sharma was dismissed for 5 and captain Aiden Markram scored 3 runs and the team’s score became 85/5. From here on, Heinrich Klaasen opened the batting and scored 31 runs in 19 balls before being dismissed in the 19th over. His innings included three fours and a six. However, Washington Sundar took matters to the last over, with Hyderabad needing 13 runs to win. Against Mukesh Kumar, who came to bowl the last over, the Hyderabad batsmen were able to score only 5 runs and lost the match. Anrich Nortje and Akshar Patel took two wickets each for Delhi Capitals.

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