Delhi Capitals Were In Trouble Against Punjab’s Bowling Attack On Day Two Of IPL 2020
Delhi Capitals were in deep trouble when Punjab’s bowling attack led by Mohammad Shami ran over the top order of the team in the latest IPL 2020 match. They lost its first two wickets within no time, and skipper Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant took the pitch intending to stabilize the inning. They kept rotating the strike and managed to slow down the fall of wickets. However, when it was time to fire up, both of them got out within a gap of few balls. When the two set batsmen went back to the pavilion, Delhi was doomed, and even a total of 120 looked like a distant dream.
Markus Stoinus Powers Delhi Capitals To A Fighting Total
In came Markus Stoinus after another wicket and no one was up for what he had in store. He hit the all around the stadium for sixes and fours. Where a 120 looked like a challenging task, Delhi managed to score 157 by the end of their winnings. He was indeed the game-changer for what looked like a cakewalk for Punjab turned into a long trek.
Mayank Aggarwal Almost Takes Punjab To The Finish Line Against Delhi In IPL 2020
Punjab lost the momentum with Stoinus’ show, and that got reflected in their batting. In the very first over, Delhi spinner Ashwin got two wickets conceding just one run. However, in the same over, he never got injured and had to leave the field. Wickets were falling in at regular intervals, but opener Mayank Aggarwal was still on the pitch. He showed composure and hit boundaries at regular intervals. In the final over, Punjab needed 13 runs, with Mayank on the field, Punjab was almost through with the game.
Markus Stoinus Stuns With The Ball To Take The Match Away
Markus Stoinus again stunned with the ball. In the end, Punjab needs just one run from three balls, and Mayank Aggarwal decided to end things in style. However, the move backfired, and he gave away his wicket from a catch. The match came down to one run in one ball, and Punjab gave another wicket leading to a super over which Delhi won comfortably.