Wasim Jaffer slams DC bowlers post forgettable outing vs SRH

Wasim Jaffer slams DC bowlers post forgettable outing vs SRH. On April 20, the Delhi Capitals conceded more than 230 runs for the third time in eight matches as Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 266/7 at the Arun Jaitley Stadium.

The Delhi Capitals’ return to their traditional home ground, Arun Jaitley Stadium, was a forgettable outing. As they were hammered by Sunrisers Hyderabad on Saturday, April 20.

After deciding to bowl first, Rishabh Pant watched his premier bowler in the IPL 2024. Khaleel Ahmed, be thrashed for 19 runs by the left-handed opening duo of Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head. Instead of pitching the ball up and looking for swing, the left-arm pacer bowled short and wide. Giving the batters room to move their arms.

Former India opener Wasim Jaffer chastised Khaleel for his erratic first over, claiming that it played into the hands of Head and Abhishek.

“We were surprised when Khaleel started bowling short to him. You needed to pitch the ball up and let it swing. “They just played to his strengths, bowling short and giving him the start he desired,” Jaffer told ESPNcricinfo.

Lalit Yadav, an off-spin bowling all-rounder, came into the attack in the second over but conceded 21 runs. Sunrisers scored 40 in the opening couple of overs and never looked back. Jaffer pointed out that Lalit received little assistance off the deck, whereas the Hyderabad batters had a good time.

“The pitch was so brilliant, Lalit Yadav didn’t need any assistance, and he just struck from the distances. They just began out terribly, and it didn’t stop there,” Jaffer said.

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Travis Head scores SRH’s joint-fastest fifty in IPL history, propelling the team to No. 2.

After a flying start in the opening few overs, Head and Abhishek showed no remorse as they continued to mock the Delhi bowlers. They went on to achieve the biggest powerplay score in IPL history, with 125 runs coming from the first six overs. Abhishek was out for a 12-ball 46, while Head went for a 32-ball 89. The Australian batsman equaled the fastest fifty by an SRH batter in IPL history, completing the feat in just 16 balls. Shahbaz Ahmed hit an unbeaten 59 off 29 balls to help Sunrisers reach a formidable total of 266/7 in 20 overs.

In response, Jake Fraser-McGurk impressed once more with an 18-ball 65, and Abhishek Porel also hit a fluent 22-ball 42, but some tight bowling in the middle overs helped Sunrisers win by 67 runs, bowling out Pant and Co for 199 in 19.1 overs.

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