Delhi Capitals managed to secure two consecutive wins in the ongoing IPL as they managed to turn the tide around by beating Kolkata Knight Riders and Sunrisers Hyderabad in consecutive games. The two victories have boosted the confidence of the Capitals massively however, there is a lot of work pending to be done with the side and unless the chinks are being taken care of, then it can be a real challenge for the Capitals heading down the deep end.
Against the Sunrisers Hyderabad who faced the music after some poor shot selection, they were restricted for 137. Despite a fine show of bowling, the woes with the bat for Delhi Capitals continued with each other. Mayank Agarwal showed some classic resistance with a knock of 49 off 39 but that wasn’t enough for the Sunrisers to walk away with the bragging rights.
Here is how Delhi Capitals pulled off a stunner against SRH
There is a continuous concern about DC’s wobbly batting, particularly with the top order where Prithvi Shaw has been consistently flirting with a poor display of form. After much hype ahead of the season, the explosive opener has found himself in the midst of choppy waters with all the dynamite soaked in all of it.
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A lot of questions have been asked about the Delhi batting unit, and in additional sarcasm, Harbhajan Singh had an interesting observation, adding, “I’m saying that DC should also play Shane Watson, he recently retired, and the way with which DC’s opening is going these days, he will be of use, and a better choice as well.”
This is what Harbhajan Singh had to say about Delhi’s late resurgence
However, Harbhajan had praised about Delhi’s late turnaround, adding, “Credit to Axar Patel and Manish Pandey, they played really well and took the total to 144. DC might have thought that they can defend this, but they knew they will have to bowl really well. Ishant Sharma bowled a great spell upfront and Harry Brook’s bat has not been talking since that hundred.”