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IPL 2021: Unadkat’s brilliant spell of 3/15 restricts Delhi Capitals to 147 for 8 | Cricket News – Times of India

MUMBAI: A brilliant three-wicket burst from pacer Jaydev Unadkat helped Rajasthan Royals prohibit Delhi Capitals to 147 for eight of their IPL match on Thursday.
Unadkat (3/15 off 4 overs) dismissed Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane to set off DC’s prime-order collapse from which they by no means recovered totally.

Captain Rishabh Pant‘s blistering 32-ball 51, studded with 9 fours, was not sufficient as DC might solely put up a modest complete after being put in to bat.
DC made a disastrous begin as they had been two wickets down for 16 runs within the fourth over with Unadkat dismissing the opening duo of Shaw (2) and Dhawan (9) cheaply.

Shaw was the primary to go within the second over, caught at backward level earlier than Dhawan perished whereas trying a ramp shot with RR captain and wicketkeeper Sanju Samson taking a surprising diving catch to his proper.

Ajinkya Rahane’s (8) underwhelming IPL kind continued as he provided a simple caught and bowled probability to Unadkat with a sluggish ball that clocked simply 110km per hour.
DC had been 36 for 3 on the finish of energy-play however the droop continued as Marcus Stonis (0), foxed by a Mustafizur Rahman (2/29) supply, checked his shot on the final minute to supply a operating catch to Jos Buttler.
The run charge began rising as soon as captain Pant got here to the crease however nonetheless DC had been 57 for 4 on the midway mark.
Once he had a full measure of the pitch, Pant opened up and hit 4 boundaries, three of which had been consecutive, to take 20 runs from the eleventh over bowled by Rahul Tewatia.
Pant, in wonderful kind this 12 months, reached to his fifty off 30 balls within the twelfth over, with a 4 off Mustafizur however he was run out the subsequent over with bowler Riyan Parag’s throw crashing onto the stumps.
Delhi had been 88 for 5 then.
After Pant’s exit, Tom Curran gave some respectability to the DC innings with a 16-ball 21.

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