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IPL 2020: 3 mistakes SRH made against DC in the Qualifier 2

By Bet Barter

November 9, 2020

Sunrisers Hyderabad lost the second Qualifier against Delhi Capitals to get wiped out from the IPL 2020. It is the second time in two years DC has beaten SRH in the playoffs. SRH lost its direction too early in the match as Delhi began with an amazing partnership at the top. Shikhar Dhawan and Marcus Stoinis gave them a flying beginning. Nonetheless, SRH pulled the things back in the death overs.

Delhi scored 189 in their 20 overs and it was a tough target for SRH to chase down. DC bowled well and got wickets at every point when there was a partnership developing. Despite the fact Kane Williamson made an honest effort to hold the fortification for his group, Marcus Stoinis and Kagiso Rabada got wickets in quick succession to take their group to the final of IPL 2020.

1. No help for Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson is an elite batsman and he scored a fifty for SRH in their last match against RCB also. This time, as the target was a lot higher, he required other batsmen to remain with him till the end. Their senior batsmen, David Warner, and Manish Pandey, got out ahead of plan. In the event that one of these two would have attempted to stay with Williamson till the end, they might have pulled off this chase.

2. Fielding of SRH

SRH's exertion in the field was very drowsy. They dropped a few catches in the field and it ended up being a reason for the loss. Stoinis' catch was dropped in the powerplay. Later, Dhawan and Hetmyer's catch were likewise dropped. On the off chance that they would have pulled off a superior catching exertion, DC might have been limited under 175.

3. Not utilizing Rashid Khan in the powerplay

Delhi Capitals began at a lively rate with Shikhar Dhawan and Marcus Stoinis as another initial pair. They were fleeing with a splendid run-rate and SRH ought to have attempted to control them better. Rashid Khan is their strike bowler and on the off chance that he would have bowled in the powerplay, they got an opportunity to get a wicket and put a hole in Delhi's batting. Inevitably, when Rashid came into the assault, he eliminated Marcus Stoinis and the same might have been done before.

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