DC VS RR, IPL 2019 Match 53 - Full Scorecard, Commentary, Squad

16:00 PM May 04, 2019 ,Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Delhi Capitals
121/5 (16.1)
vs
Rajasthan Royals
115/9 (20.0)

Match Ended,Delhi Capitals beat Rajasthan Royals by 5 wickets

02
nd Innings Delhi Capitals
BATTING
R
B
4s
6s
Prithvi Shaw b Ish Sodhi
8
8
1
0
Shikhar Dhawan c Riyan Parag b Ish Sodhi
16
12
2
0
Shreyas Iyer c Liam Livingstone b Shreyas Gopal
15
9
0
2
Rishabh Pant not out
53
38
2
5
Colin Ingram c Ajinkya Rahane b Ish Sodhi
12
23
0
0
Sherfane Rutherford c Liam Livingstone b Shreyas Gopal
11
6
0
1
Axar Patel not out
1
1
0
0
Ishant Sharma
Keemo Paul
Amit Mishra
Trent Boult
Fall of Wickets
1-28 (Shikhar Dhawan, 3.1 ov), 2-28 (Prithvi Shaw, 3.2 ov), 3-61 (Shreyas Iyer, 7.3 ov), 4-83 (Colin Ingram, 13.4 ov), 5-106 (Sherfane Rutherford, 15.2 ov)
BOWLING
O
M
R
W
Krishnappa Gowtham
4
0
16
0
Varun Aaron
2
0
21
0
Oshane Thomas
1
0
13
0
Ish Sodhi
3.1
1
26
3
Shreyas Gopal
4
0
21
2
Riyan Parag
1
0
14
0
Stuart Binny
1
0
6
0
01
st Innings Rajasthan Royals
BATTING
R
B
4s
6s
Ajinkya Rahane c Shikhar Dhawan b Ishant Sharma
2
4
0
0
Liam Livingstone b Ishant Sharma
14
13
1
1
Sanju Samson run out (Prithvi Shaw)
5
8
0
0
Mahipal Lomror c Rishabh Pant b Ishant Sharma
8
3
2
0
Shreyas Gopal st Rishabh Pant b Amit Mishra
12
18
0
0
Riyan Parag c Sherfane Rutherford b Trent Boult
50
49
4
2
Stuart Binny c Rishabh Pant b Amit Mishra
0
1
0
0
Krishnappa Gowtham c Ishant Sharma b Amit Mishra
6
6
1
0
Ish Sodhi c Amit Mishra b Trent Boult
6
11
0
0
Varun Aaron not out
3
7
0
0
Oshane Thomas
Fall of Wickets
1-11 (Ajinkya Rahane, 2 ov), 2-20 (Liam Livingstone, 3.5 ov), 3-26 (Sanju Samson, 4.2 ov), 4-30 (Mahipal Lomror, 5.2 ov), 5-57 (Shreyas Gopal, 11.2 ov), 6-57 (Stuart Binny, 11.3 ov), 7-65 (Krishnappa Gowtham, 13.2 ov), 8-95 (Ish Sodhi, 17.2 ov), 9-115 (Riyan Parag, 20 ov)
BOWLING
O
M
R
W
Trent Boult
4
0
27
2
Ishant Sharma
4
0
38
3
Axar Patel
4
0
16
0
Amit Mishra
4
0
17
3
Keemo Paul
3.1
0
15
0
Sherfane Rutherford
0.5
0
2
0
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5
18
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18
14
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18
14
6
0
8
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