On Friday (ninth October) evening, Delhi Capitals (DC) claimed a simple 46-run win towards Rajasthan Royals (RR) at Sharjah Cricket Stadium (Sharjah).
Rajasthan Royals captain Steven Smith despatched DC to bat first. DC scored 184/8 (20 overs) on the finish of the primary innings. Then DC restricted RR to 138 runs (19.four overs).
Transient Scores: DC – 184/Eight in 20 overs (Shimron Hetmyer 45, Marcus Stoinis 39; Jofra Archer 3/24)
RR – 138 in 19.four overs (Rahul Tewatia 38, Yashasvi Jaiswal 34; Kagiso Rabada 3/35)
The End result – DC received by 46 runs
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IPL 2020, Match 23: Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals (RR vs DC) – Statistical Highlights
Delhi Capitals (DC)
i) DC received this match by 46 runs.
- It’s the second-largest victory (by runs) for DC towards Rajasthan Royals. Their document is profitable by 67 runs at Delhi on 31st March 2010.
RR vs DC
i) Whereas DC scored 184/8 (20 overs), RR replied with 138 runs (19.four overs).
- Within the IPL 2020, it was the primary time when each groups failed to succeed in 200 runs mark in a match at Sharjah Cricket Stadium (Sharjah).
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Delhi Capitals (DC)
Kagiso Rabada – most consecutive IPL innings with at the very least one wicket
i) It was the 20th consecutive IPL match with at the very least one wicket for South African pacer Kagiso Rabada.
- It’s the most consecutive innings with at the very least one wicket for a bowler in IPL historical past. The earlier record-holder was R Vinay Kumar who managed to take at the very least one wicket in 19 successive IPL innings (2012-2013).
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ii) Kagiso Rabada has taken 46 wickets for Delhi Capitals.
- Surpassing Morne Morkel (45 wickets), Kagiso Rabada moved up the second place in essentially the most IPL wickets record for Delhi Capitals. Solely Amit Mishra is now forward of Rabada on this record with 100 IPL wickets.