IPL 2021 Delhi Capitals never able to defend 150 scores in IPL history kolkata knight riders – Latest Cricket News

The second qualifier match is currently being played between Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Capitals at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. In this match, Kolkata won the toss and got the Delhi team to bat first. The Kolkata bowlers, proving the decision of captain Eoin Morgan, did not give the Delhi batsmen a chance to play more freely and bowled tightly. Delhi’s team could only manage 135 runs in the stipulated overs on the basis of opener Shikhar Dhawan’s 36 and former captain Shreyas Iyer’s 30 not out. The KKR team must have been very happy after seeing the target of 136 runs from Delhi, because in the history of IPL, whenever Delhi has to defend a target of less than 150 runs, the team has lost every time.

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Seeing the batting of Kolkata’s opening pair Shubman Gill and Venkatesh Iyer in response to the target of 136 runs from Delhi, this record seems to be being made once again. Till the writing of the news, Gill and Venkatesh have added 88 runs in 11 overs for no loss. Team needs 48 runs from 54 balls to win from here. Looking at this situation, Kolkata’s team looks very close to victory.

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Earlier, Delhi could not make a big score due to the restrained bowling of Kolkata. Apart from Dhawan and Iyer for Delhi, Prithvi Shaw scored 18 runs in 12 balls with the help of two fours and a six and was later dismissed lbw off Varun Chakraborty. Marcus Stoinis, who came to bat at number three, also struggled to score runs and could only make 18 runs off 23 balls with just one four. Apart from this, Shimron Hetmyer scored 17 runs in 10 balls with the help of two sixes and was run out in an attempt to steal a single. For Kolkata, Chakraborty took two wickets for 26 runs while Ferguson and Mavi took one wicket each.

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