DC vs LSG / Delhi Capitals won the match by defeating LSG by 19 runs, Rajasthan reached the playoffs

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 14, 2024, 11:31 PM
DC vs LSG: Delhi Capitals defeated Lucknow Super Giants by 19 runs in the 64th match of IPL-2024. With Delhi's victory, Rajasthan Royals has qualified for the playoffs. With this victory, Delhi has come to 5th position in the 14 points table. Capitals have 14 points. Whereas, Lucknow is at number 7 with 12 points. Lucknow will have to win the next match.

Lucknow won the toss and chose to bowl at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. Delhi scored 208 runs for 4 wickets in 20 overs on home ground. In reply, Lucknow was all out at 189 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs. Ishant Sharma took 3 wickets. Akshar, Kuldeep, Mukesh and Tristan Stubbs took one wicket each. Nicholas Puran played an inning of 61 runs from LSG. Arshad Khan scored 58 not out.

Abhishek Porel from DC played an innings of 58 runs on 33 balls, while Tristan Stubbs scored unbeaten 57 runs on 25 balls. Shai Hope scored 38 runs and captain Rishabh Pant scored 33 runs. Naveen-ul-Haq took 2 wickets. Arshad Khan and Ravi Bishnoi got one wicket each.

Delhi won by 19 runs

In the 64th match of IPL 2024, Delhi Capitals defeated Lucknow Super Giants by 19 runs. With this victory, Delhi team is still in the race for the playoffs. At the same time, Rajasthan Royals benefited from Delhi's victory. Rajasthan team has reached the playoffs. He has 16 points.

Delhi scored 208 runs

Batting first after losing the toss, Delhi Capitals has set a target of 209 runs for Lucknow Super Giants. Delhi scored 208 runs after losing four wickets in 20 overs. Tristan Stubbs played an unbeaten inning of 57 runs in 25 balls. At the same time, Abhishek Porel scored 58 runs in 33 balls. Naveen Ul Haq took maximum two wickets from Lucknow. This season has equaled 2023 in terms of most number of scores of 200+ in a season. Last season, scores of 200+ were made 37 times. This season too, 37 200+ scores have been made. If Lucknow chases it then last season's record will be broken.

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