Delhi out of IPL 2020 final .. Hyderabad out of the tournament

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Delhi Capitals reach final of IPL 2020 season Delhi Capitals entered the final for the first time in the history of the tournament with a 17-run victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad in Abu Dhabi on Sunday night. The first opener of the match, Shikhar Dhawan (6×4, 2×6 off 78:50 balls) hit a half-century to win the toss and elected to bat first. Delhi Capitals scored 189 for the loss of 3 wickets. Hyderabad were bowled out for 172/8 in the final over. Delhi will take on Mumbai Indians in the final on Tuesday night in Dubai.

Hyderabad started poorly chasing the 190-run target. Captain David Warner (2) was out in the second over of the innings. Experimental opener Priyam Garg (2×6 off 17:12 balls) also did not last long. However, Kane Williamson (5×4, 4×6 off 67:45 balls), who had fine-tuned the innings with Manish Pandey (3×4 off 21:14 balls), looked to win over Hyderabad. But .. Pandey was dismissed by Stainis .. Jason Holder (1×4 off 11:15 balls) followed by Akshar Patel who took the wicket. With that .. Delhi got a grip on the match. But .. Abdul Samad (33:16 off 2×4, 2×6) who came in batting in the sixth position played huge shots for a while .. Williamson also received. With that .. the kangaroo started again in Delhi. However, in the 17th over of the innings, Stainis dismissed Williamson and turned the match around. Rashid Khan (1×4, 1×6 off 11 balls) was limited to one over. Rabada bowled the 19th over of the innings. Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan and Srivastava Goswami were dismissed in a row. In the last over, Hyderabad needed 21 off 6 balls to win.

Delhi captain Shreyas Iyer, who had won the toss earlier in the match, opted to bat. With that .. Marcus Stainis (5×4, 1×6 off 38:27 balls), who came in as the exceptional opener along with Shikhar Dhawan, exploded with a series of boundaries. Stainis, who made a living when Jason Holder left the catch early .. The same holder bowled three fours and a six. Dhawan, on the other hand, was also in full swing as Delhi scored 86 not out in 8.1 overs. Rashid Khan, who bowled the 9th over of the innings, cleverly clean bowled the Stones. Shreyas Iyer (1×4 off 21:20 balls) who came later could not play fast. But .. Simran hitmeyer (42 not out: 4×4, 1×6 off 22 balls) who came after Shreyas out played aggressively .. Dhawan also batted a bit. With that .. Delhi was able to score 189 runs.

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