IPL 2017 Delhi Daredevils Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad scorecard and summary
Date: Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Toss: Sunrisers won the toss and elected to bat
Williamson canes DD bowlers in the IPL 2017 Delhi Daredevils Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad match.
Williamson might have warmed the bench for too long, but once he was sent into bat he proved his worth by scoring 51 balls 80 runs. He was ably supported by Dhawan who scored 70 of 50 balls. These two batsmen during their partnership of 138 runs literally toyed with the famed DD bowling, which was spearheaded by none other than Zaheer Khan. Chris Morris was the only bowler who impacted as he claimed 4 wickets for 26 in his four overs. No other DD bowler could take any wicket. Sunrisers set a target of 191 to win for DD.
Good bowling by SRH bowlers won them the match in the IPL 2017 Delhi Daredevils Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad match.
Of the all the teams, SRB and DD have the best bowling attacks, so this match was a feast because of the bowling. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and M. Siraj bowled their heart out. Siraj claimed 2 wickets for 39 whereas B. Kumar completed his overs in miserly way as usual 0 for 29. DD batsmen had a fairly good start, but could not make full use of it. Karun Nair further complicated the run chase by getting run out for 33. DD could not overhaul the total despite some brilliant batting by Shreyas Iyer who remained unbeaten of 50 of 31 balls. In the end SRH won the match by 15 runs.
Williamsson won the man of the match award for his electrifying batting display.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) Scorecard
|David Warner (C)
c Amit Mishra b Chris Morris
c Angelo Mathews b Chris Morris
c Shreyas Iyer b Chris Morris
b Chris Morris
2-148 (Kane Williamson, 16.1 ov),
3-170 (Shikhar Dhawan, 18.1 ov),
4-170 (Yuvraj Singh, 18.2 ov),
Delhi Daredevils (DD) Scorecard
c Moises Henriques b Mohammed Siraj
c Deepak Hooda b Mohammed Siraj
run out (sub)
|Rishabh Pant (W)
c David Warner b Yuvraj Singh
c sub b Siddarth Kaul
2-85 (Karun Nair, 9.2 ov),
3-86 (Rishabh Pant, 9.5 ov),
4-105 (Sanju Samson, 13.1 ov),
5-175 (Angelo Mathews, 19.5 ov),