Delhi Capitals hit Sunrisers Hyderabad sixes in the first Super Over match of IPL-2021. He registered a thumping victory in this match which is the culmination of the thrill. In the match, Delhi scored 159 for 4 wickets thanks to Prithvi Shaw’s 53 runs. In response, Hyderabad scored the same number of runs as Williamson lost 7 wickets for an unbeaten 66 runs. Now the match was in the super over. Where Hyderabad scored a target of 7 runs scoring 6 runs without loss of any wicket. Delhi scored the
Hyderabad (7/0): Batsmen- David Warner and Kane Williamson, Boller- Akshar
- First ball – David Warner, no run
- Second ball – David Warner, one run
- Third ball – Kane Williamson, four
- Fourth ball – Kane Williamson, no run
- 5th ball – Kane Williamson, one run leg bye
- Sixth ball – David Warner, one run (two runs scored, but one run short).
Delhi (8/0): Batsmen- Shikhar Dhawan and Rishabh Pant, Boller- Rashid Khan
- First ball – Rishabh Pant, one run
- Second ball – Shikhar Dhawan, one run leg bye
- Third ball – Rishabh Pant, four
- Fourth ball – Rishabh Pant, no run
- 5th ball – Rishabh Pant, one run leg bye
- Sixth ball – Shikhar Dhawan, one run leg bye
Thrill of delhi innings
Earlier, with the help of opener Prithvi Shaw (53 off 39 balls, seven fours, one six), the half-century innings helped Delhi Capitals score 159 for four against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Openers Shikhar Dhawan (28 runs, three fours in 26 balls) and Saw made a quick start to Delhi Capitals on a slow pitch from Chepak, allowing the team to score 51 without loss in the powerplay. Later skipper Rishabh Pant scored 37 off 27 balls and Steve Smith scored an unbeaten 34 off 25 balls.
Prithvi gave a strong start to Delhi
Saw for the Delhi Capitals to bat after winning the toss, Sav opened the first three balls of the innings with fours. The next over also added 14 runs to the team’s account with three fours. Sunrisers Hyderabad missed a chance to dismiss Dhawan in the third over when Kedar Jadhav missed a catch. Left-arm spinner Jagdish Suchit (21 runs in four overs), who featured in the playing XI in place of veteran fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar, conceded just three runs in his first over.
Prithvi Sau’s half-century
Then all-rounder Vijay Shankar (19 runs in three overs) also had a good over with only five runs scored. Dhawan scored two consecutive fours over Jagdish Suchit in the eighth over in an effort to speed up his innings. Captain David Warner fielded Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan for bowling in the ninth over. Sau scored one run from the last ball of the 10th over to complete a half-century in 35 balls with seven fours and a six.
Then the wickets fell like this
Although the run pace was slowing down, Delhi Capitals score was 80 runs without losing wickets in 10 overs. A big score was expected, but it did not happen. After this, the team lost the wickets of Dhawan and Saw in the 11th and 12th overs. Rashid delivered the first blow to Delhi Capitals by upstaging Dhawan’s in-form stump, ending the 81-run partnership between him and Sau. Instead of former Australia captain Smith, now Captain Pant was at the crease, but Savu was run out in an attempt to steal the run while Johnny Bairstow missed a stumping opportunity.
Smith and Pant added 58 runs
Smith went down to bat. Pant and Smith had added 58 runs off 42 balls for the third wicket. But in the 19th over, Siddharth Kaul took the first wicket of Pant and then Shimran Hetmyer. Smith hit a six in the final over, leaving him unbeaten on 34 off 25 balls with three fours and a six. For Sunrisers Hyderabad, Kaul took two for 31 while Rashid took one wicket for 31 runs.
Hyderabad’s strong start
In reply, Hyderabad started well, but wickets kept falling at frequent intervals. Captain David Warner and Johnny Bairstow added 28 runs in 3.2 overs for the first wicket. The team suffered its first setback as Warner. He was run out after scoring 6 runs. However, it had no effect on Bairstow. He continued to bat stormy.
Bairstow and Williamson handled the front, then the wickets fell like this
Hyderabad looked extremely strong by the time Bairstow and Kane Williamson were on the field. On the team’s score of 56 runs, Avesh Khan made Delhi a big success by dismissing destructive batting Johnny Bairstow (38). Bairstow, who was caught by Dhawan, hit 3 fours and 4 sixes in 18 balls. After this, the wickets which started falling, did not even take the name of stopping. Half of his team left for the pavilion for 117 runs.
Williamson’s Half Century
Barring Kane Williamson, no Hyderabad batsman could withstand the Delhi bowlers. Kane Williamson completed the half-century in 42 balls between the fall of the wickets and the rising required runerate. Hyderabad needed 16 runs to win in the last over. He completed 15 runs off the last ball with the help of Williamson’s four and Suchit’s six. The bout reached the super over. Williamson scored an unbeaten 66 from 51 balls with the help of 8 fours, while Suchit scored an unbeaten 14 from 6 balls with the help of two fours and a six.