Abu Dhabi: In the match played between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals in IPL 13 on Sunday, MI has won by 5 wickets. With this defeat, Delhi’s winning campaign in IPL 2020 has been stopped.
Also, Delhi has lost the number one chair in the points table. Meanwhile, we are going to tell you about the 5 major reasons for the defeat of Delhi Capitals in front of the platoon of Mumbai.
Prithvi Shaw’s early dismissal
Batting first after winning the toss, Delhi Capitals (DC) had a poor start. In-form team opener Prithvi Shaw scored 4 runs off the third ball of the very first over of the innings and Mumbai (MI) pacer Trent Boult kept going.
Marcus Stoinis was run out on an important occasion
The biggest shock to the Delhi Capitals was when all-rounder Marcus Stoinis, who was playing finisher in the team this season, scored 13 runs and was run out in the Death Overs. Somewhere Delhi fell behind by 10-20 runs in the score after Stoinis wicket fell.
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Fast runs did not come in the last over
Delhi Capitals did not show an aggressive game in the last 2-3 overs. When the team’s batsmen needed to score at a fast pace, then Shik Dhawan and Alex Carey could not rain fast runs. The hope of which calms the Delhi camp.
Bowling did not get the desired start
Defending 163 runs, Delhi Capitals did not get a very good start. However, Delhi spinner Akshar Patel dismissed Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma cheaply. But despite that Mi added 44 runs in the powerplay.
Bad fielding did bad things
The fielding of Delhi Capitals team in front of Mumbai Indians was very bad. The team took catches of MI batsmen on many important occasions. At the same time, he also gave up many runs during ground fielding.