In the clash between the Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore held at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, Wanindu Hasaranga took the crucial wicket of the opener David Warner. At first, Warner was given not-out, but a DRS for a Leg-Before-Wicket was called out by RCB Captain, Faf du Plessis. Result? We can see the decision favoring the Royal Challengers, and Virat Kohli’s aggression says it all about how crucial that wicket was. Here’s the Twitter post where Virat Kohli goes joyous after a successful DRS call by the Royal Challengers.
David Warner is back with his classy form.
David Warner has made an impeccable half-century by scoring 66 runs off 38 balls. As the numbers suggest, we can see David Warner’s best form in the tournament. In the previous edition for the Sunrisers Hyderabad, David Warner was warming up on the bench for most of the season. But he has been wholesome with the bat for the Delhi Capitals. In his three matches, Warner has made 131 runs. Also, he has hit two half-centuries.
RCB trashes DC by 16 runs.
In a high-scoring run-chase, the Royal Challengers Bangalore have clinched their fourth win against the Delhi Capitals. From the toss, Delhi Capitals won the toss and elected to bowl first. The Royal Challengers Bangalore have posted a humongous total of 189/5 in 20 overs, setting up a target of 190 runs for Delhi Capitals. The highest run-scorer for RCB in the match was Dinesh Karthik, who made 66 runs* off just 34 balls. He has simultaneously adjourned the Man of the Match award. There was a heroic display of batting by Glenn Maxwell and Shahbaz Ahmed. And the bowling attack was good enough to restrict the Capitals to 173/7 in 20 overs, where David Warner was the highest run-scorer for the Capitals. Rishabh Pant, the captain of the Delhi Capitals, gave an attacking appearance by scoring 34 runs* off just 17 balls. Also, RCB pacer, Josh Hazlewood, has taken a three-wicket haul.