Delhi Capitals (Delhi Capitals) may not have scored big batting first, but the team bowled brilliantly. Despite this, Rajasthan won. The Delhi Capitals (Delhi Capitals) counted the shortcomings after the match that led to their setbacks.
Mumbai: Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant (Rishabh Pant) said after losing 3 wickets in the IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) match against Rajasthan Royals that his bowlers had started well but ba could have bowled better in the end.
Not a single six was hit by Delhi
Despite a half-century from skipper Rishabh Pant (51) against the sharp bowling of Jaydev Unadkat (3 for 15) and Mustafizur Rahman (2 for 29), Delhi were 147 for 8. Rajasthan Royals’ accurate bowling can be gauged from the fact that Delhi did not hit a single six in the innings.
Delhi lose in spite of brilliant bowling
In reply, Royals scored 150 for seven in 19.4 overs with brilliant innings from David Miller (62) and Maurice (36 not out off 18 balls, four sixes). Delhi’s Avesh Khan (three for 32), Chris Woakes (two for 22) and Kagiso Rabada (two for 30) bowled stormy but could not win.
Pant reveals major reason for defeat
Delhi Capitals (Delhi Capitals) captain Rishabh Pant (Rishabh Pant) said after the match, ‘I think the bowlers got off to a very good start but in the end we gave them (Rajasthan Royals batsmen) a chance to dominate. We could have bowled better.’ study