IPL 2023 DC Vs RCB: Salt, Marsh Reed Capitals beat Challengers by 7 wickets

David Warner’s Delhi Capitals beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets in their IPL 2023 match in Delhi on Saturday.

Royal Challengers Bangalore face Delhi Capitals in the 50th match of the Indian Premier League at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on May 5 as they chase DC with 182 runs.

After winning the toss, RCB skipper Faff du Plessis decided his team would bat first.

RCB’s two starters, Virat Kohli and Faf du Plessis, looked composed as they entered the pitch on Saturday. They formed a solid partnership and gave the team the head start it needed.

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But in the 11th inning, Precis (45) was sent back to the field by DC’s Mitchell Marsh. Glenn Maxwell was next and was sent to Duck by Madge in the same game.

But Mahipal Romrol (54*) understood the situation and partnered with Kohli (55) after Mukesh Kumar left in the 16th over. DC’s Khaleel Ahmed fired his trusted 11-year-old Dinesh Kartik.

By the end of the 20 overs, RCB managed to hit 181 on the scoreboard after losing four wickets.

Against DC, Mitchell Marsh took two wickets and Mukesh Kumar and Kali Ahmed took one each.

Chasing a 182-run goal, DC openers David Warner (22) and Phil Salter (87*) played an attacking game from the start. While the partnership between the two was hurting RCB’s bowling attack, Josh Hazelwood opted for Warner’s wicket in six overs.

Then Mitchell Marsh came up to bat and he also hit the salt that had been playing for half a century. paddy.

Then Rilee Rossouw (35*) came on and he also kept the pace and hit some great shots. Derry His Capitals beat Royal Challengers by seven wickets with 20 balls remaining.

After this match, Delhi Capitals have moved up the ranks in the IPL standings and are currently in 9th place. 6 losses and 4 wins in 10 games. Instead, RCB managed a record of 5 wins and 10 losses. They ranked him fifth.

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