IPL 2019 - Kings XI Punjab beat Delhi Capitals
April 2, 2019
Delhi Capitals (DC) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)faced each other in an interesting match yesterday. KXIP defeated DC by 14 runs and Sam Curran became the youngest bowler to take a hat-trick in IPL.
The match was played at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali, Chandigarh.
Delhi Capitals won the toss and decided to bowl first.
Kings XI Punjab led by Captain Ravichandran Ashwin set a target of 167 runs.
While Delhi Capitals led by Captain Shreyas Iyerlost their last seven wickets for just eight runs in 17 balls.
The Kings XI Punjab team has also won its two previous IPL matches out of three.
Fans were disappointed by the performance of Delhi Capitals.
SDA @143sda tweeted,”Replying to @ESPNcricinfo Delhi players tried to finish hurriedly, went for big hits and got out. Instead they could have pushed for 1/2s and won easily.”
Krishna @uk141404 wrote,”Replying to @ESPNcricinfo More than KXIP winning this match, probably it could better be said as DC lost it! They simply threw the game away! Rishab Pant needed to show more maturity ,he just hit a six went for a needless swing again which resulted in Swinging the game away!!!”
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