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Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad
In Progress : Sunrisers Hyderabad require another 86 runs with 8 wickets and 50 balls remaining
Delhi Daredevils
167/4
( 20 overs )
Sunrisers Hyderabad
82/2
( 11.4 overs )
Fall of wickets - Delhi Daredevils 1 INN
       B Kumar to Agarwal       15/1

B Kumar to Agarwal,OUT,there we go! Lovely line just outside off and Agarwal was tempted by third man a bit too much. Flashed the angled blade and presents slip-catching practice to Dhawan

       P Kumar to Iyer       93/2

P Kumar to Iyer,OUT,done him in! He seemed to be tiring to me. Fooled by the slower ball that holds on the pitch. Was into his slog way too early and the leading edge settles into Warner's hands at cover. Canny bowling from PK and Sunrisers again

       Steyn to Duminy       132/3

Steyn to Duminy,OUT,leg and middle stumps are in disarray as Steyn removes his country-mate to finish his spell! Duminy was looking to be a little too cute with a lap sweep, all he did was direct the ball onto his stumps

       Ashish Reddy to Yuvraj Singh       132/4

Ashish Reddy to Yuvraj Singh,OUT,what. a. catch! Warner has done it again! This was a long hop that was sailing beyond the midwicket boundary, but Warner waits for it. He times his jump with insane precision and thrusts his hands over head and grabs a stunner with the boundary inches from his feet as he comes down! Boy, is he pumped!

Fall of wickets - Sunrisers Hyderabad 1 INN
       Duminy to Dhawan       50/1

Duminy to Dhawan,OUT,off stump takes a hit! Was expecting turn, possibly trying to slide it down to third man for a single, but Duminy never turns the ball. He simply slides it on with the arm and exploits the gap between bat and pad when the batsmen expect the ball to deviate away. Hands raised in a simple smile after the fact

       Duminy to Warner       51/2

Duminy to Warner,OUT,double-wicket over! "Come on," yells Duminy after Warner's fall (Irony, thanks for stopping by) This was a tossed up delivery from around the stumps. Tailing in on off, which might have been what tempted Warner to seek midwicket with the closed face. Plays too early and takes the leading edge back to Duminy who takes a good, low catch diving to his right

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