Abu Dhabi: The second qualifier match of IPL 2020 was played between the team of Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad (DC vs SRH). In this match, Hyderabad have lost to Delhi by 17 runs. With the defeat in this match, the journey of Sunrisers team has ended this season.
So with this victory, the Delhi team will play the final of the tournament against Mumbai Indians. In the meantime, we are going to tell you about those 5 big reasons that caused the Hyderabad team to drop out of the tournament and get battered in front of Delhi.
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No quick success
In this match, the team of Delhi Capitals (DC) has decided to bat first after winning the toss. Because of which Sunrisers Hyderabad had to bowl first. Alam was that the Sunrisers bowlers could not take a single wicket for Delhi during the first 6 overs during the powerplay and looted 65 runs.
Gave life to Marcus Stoinis
In this crucial match, Jason Holder of Sunrisers Hyderabad broke the catch of New Delhi opener Marcus Stoinis for 3 runs. After that Stoinis played a quick knock of 38 runs while playing openly.
– IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) November 8, 2020
Fielding of Sunrisers Hyderabad in this second qualifier of IPL 13 was very disappointing. Not only Jason Holder, the team players Rashid Khan and Shahbaz Nadeem also left the catches of Delhi batsmen. Also, the players performed poorly in ground fielding.
The beginning was very bad
Sunrisers Hyderabad started on the ground to achieve the target of 190 runs from Delhi Capitals. Under which the Sunrisers lost the big wickets of captain David Warner, Priyam Garg and Manish Pandey in the powerplay.
Warner’s bat did not work
The captain of the team, who scored the most 548 runs for Hyderabad this season, proved to be a complete flop in this big match. On the basis of this, Warner was clean bowled by Kagiso Rabada by scoring 2 runs.