Once Prithvi Shaw stood tall, by comparison, even Andre Russell ’s mighty contribution was dwarfed.
But all that was pushed into the background once Delhi Capitals faltered in the final over of its chase of Kolkata Knight Riders’ 185 and left the match tied.
In the Super Over bowled by Prasidh Krishna, Delhi scored 10 for the loss of Shreyas Iyer’s wicket. In its hunt, Kolkata lost Russell to Kagiso Rabada off the third ball and could only score seven. Delhi’s second win of the season, also resulted in Kolkata ’s first losing three outings.
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March 31, 2019