2nd Test,
West Indies tour of Zimbabwe, 2017, Bulawayo

Zimbabwe vs Windies

29 October 2017 13:00 (IST)

52nd Match, Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur, 20 May 2016

Delhi vs Hyderabad

Delhi 2nd Inn:161/4 (20)

Sanju Samson* 3 (4);Karun Nair 83 (59);
Mustafizur Rahman* 4-0-24-1; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4-0-33-0;

Last bat: Carlos Brathwaite

Result: Delhi won by 6 wkts.

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Delhi Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Quinton de Kock(wk) c N Ojha & b Barinder 2 9 0 0 22.22
Rishabh Pant runout (Bhuvneshwar) 32 26 3 0 123.08
Karun Nair not out 83 59 8 3 140.68
Jean-Paul Duminy c Warner & b Barinder 17 15 1 0 113.33
Carlos Brathwaite c Barinder & b Mustafizur 10 7 2 0 142.86
Sanju Samson not out 3 4 0 0 75
Pawan Negi dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Nathan Coulter-Nile dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Amit Mishra dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jayant Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Zaheer Khan(c) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 4, w - 10, nb - 0)14
Total(161 for 4 in 20 overs)161 (8.05 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/9 (Quinton de Kock, 1.5 ov.) 2/82 (Rishabh Pant, 11.4 ov.) 3/117 (Jean-Paul Duminy, 16.1 ov.)
4/143 (Carlos Brathwaite, 18.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 33 0 8.25 (7w)
Barinder Sran 4 0 34 2 8.5 (1w)
Mustafizur Rahman 4 0 24 1 6 (2w)
Moises Henriques 2 0 18 0 9  
Deepak Hooda 2 0 16 0 8  
Karn Sharma 3 0 25 0 8.33  
Yuvraj Singh 1 0 7 0 7  
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) c A Mishra & b C Brathwaite 73 56 8 1 130.36
Shikhar Dhawan runout (C Brathwaite) 10 8 2 0 125
Deepak Hooda runout (A Mishra) 1 1 0 0 100
Yuvraj Singh b C Brathwaite 10 11 1 0 90.91
Moises Henriques c Negi & b Duminy 18 13 2 0 138.46
Eoin Morgan c C Brathwaite & b Coulter-Nile 14 10 0 1 140
Naman Ojha(wk) not out 16 14 0 1 114.29
Bhuvneshwar Kumar runout (de Kock) 13 7 2 0 185.71
Karn Sharma dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Barinder Sran dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mustafizur Rahman dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 1, w - 1, nb - 0)3
Total(158 for 7 in 20 overs)158 (7.9 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/46 (Shikhar Dhawan, 6 ov.) 2/48 (Deepak Hooda, 6.4 ov.) 3/66 (Yuvraj Singh, 9.3 ov.)
4/105 (Moises Henriques, 13.3 ov.) 5/117 (David Warner, 15.2 ov.) 6/132 (Eoin Morgan, 17.3 ov.)
7/158 (Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 20 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Zaheer Khan (c) 4 0 26 0 6.5  
Jayant Yadav 4 0 37 0 9.25  
Nathan Coulter-Nile 4 0 36 1 9  
Carlos Brathwaite 4 0 27 2 6.75 (1w)
Amit Mishra 3 0 21 0 7  
Jean-Paul Duminy 1 0 9 1 9  
               
All|Overs 1-50
W

to de Kock, out Caught by N Ojha!! This is a huge wicket at the start as de Kock can take the game away in a jiffy. It's the extra bounce again which has been so apparent all evening. de Kock backs away and slashes at a short of length delivery trying to thrash it through the point region. Doesn't cover for the bounce and nicks behind. de Kock c N Ojha b 2(9)

4

to Nair, FOUR, pulled away wide of mid-on. Didn't quite get it perfectly but it's enough to race away. Short ball in line with off, Nair is a bit late in transferring his weight back and hits it uppishly but it's wide of the fielder

4

to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, he's just stood there and slashed it through the point region with disdain. Believe me, his feet didn't move at all. He saw the length, saw the width and buried it with some ferocity

4

to Nair, FOUR, that's such a good shot! It's not a half-volley at all, but Nair leans across, gets on top of the bounce and steers the drive through the point region

4

to Nair, FOUR, it's just a half-hearted short ball from , doesn't quite get the height he needs to ruffle some feathers, and Nair slaps the pull from outside off well in front of square

4

to Nair, FOUR, his bottom hand came off as he reached out on the drive but Nair has creamed it through the fence all the same. Might have just stopped on him from a length, and Nair did so well to adjust and place it along the carpet

4

to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, there you go. It was all going well and then Pant decided to put the skates on. did shorten the length a touch but that, ironically, allowed Pant to pack a punch on the up. Over mid-off to scoot to the fences

6

to Nair, SIX, audacious. Pulls this short delivery off the front foot and put enough mileage on that for it to carry over cow corner. Fetch that!

4

Sharma to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, this is a rank bad ball. Back-spins from a shortish length and Pant had the room, the time and the skills to pull this through cow corner

W

Sharma to Nair, out Rishabh Pant Run Out!! 1 run completed. And Nair has sold Rishabh Pant for pennies. At the Friday flea market. Clips this ball to mid-wicket, Bhuvi comes running from deep square leg, attacks the bowler's end and pays dividends. The call for the two was early and all but the throw too good. Rishabh Pant run out (Bhuvneshwar) 32(26) [4s-3]

4

Hooda to Nair, FOUR, that's a charity ball! Dipping full toss bowled shamelessly at the waist and Nair just had to power-pack the pull shot. One bounce and over the deep mid-wicket ropes

4

Sharma to Duminy, FOUR, if Warner can't, nobody can. Almost sprints across from deep mid-wicket, puts on the jet to fly forward but the ball was hit just too well. Duminy had fetched his googly with a sweep and slotted it wide enough for Warner to fail

OT

Sharma to Nair, 1 run, tossed up delivery to test Nair on 49 and he does well to hold his nerve and clip a sane single to backward square leg. Fifty up for him!

D

to Nair, 1 run, I was alive when Warner dropped a catch. To put it simply. Sran had pinged the ball short as an invitation for Nair to create some of his own power and Nair couldn't quite. Thrusted the pull off the front foot, Warner comes running in to pouch the mistimed pull but overruns it.. and drops it as a result

4

to Nair, FOUR, now that's a redemption. The key was to time the shuffle and he did that. Sees the length short outside off, gets into his shuffle and hoicks it wide of the short fine leg in place. 'Not pretty but effective' cliche in play

D

to Duminy, 1 run, oh no. Bhuvi, you canker blossom! Warner's bug is on to him. It's everywhere. Bhuvi has now dropped one at deep cover! Duminy played it really well. Takes this off-pace banged on a short of length, made enough room to go inside out but Bhuvi drops it.. looked more in panic. And then struggles to even pick the ball from the ground, so nervous he looked

W

to Duminy, out Caught by Warner!! Here's the wicket! Here's the catch, finally! Warner poches it after a long run-up from long-off and bangs it into the ground in frustration. Duminy looked to play across the line, swiped his bat and the toe-end ballooned high enough for Warner to come into the action. Duminy c Warner b 17(15) [4s-1]

6

to Nair, SIX, how well does he play that? Sran has been humiliated with this. Stood on the front foot, took this short ball head-on and pulled it over deep square leg. Lovely shot

OT

to Brathwaite, 1 run, waits for the fullish delivery and then sees it kick up off the turf. Gets the soft wrists into play, taps it to backward point and runs. A misdirected throw at the bowler's end and but for that, things could have been interesting

6

to Nair, SIX, and another one. Every ground's a Tyrion Lannister if you power them so ruthlessly. Stands tall with his weight in front, swipes his bat and shames another short ball over deep mid-wicket. The ball was outside off, Nair reaches out with a shuffle - a baby shuffle rather - and swatted the ball well over the ropes there. 28 runs off the last 3 overs needed

4

to Brathwaite, FOUR, that's been slapped. Full and wide outside off, Brathwaite slams his bat and flogs it wide enough and in front of backward point

OT

to Brathwaite, leg byes, 1 run, tucks him up for room with a shortish delivery down leg-side. Brathwaite hops himself around, drops it mid-pitch and runs. Bhuvi resorts to all the Dhoni-implemented footer skills, runs ahead and tries to kick the ball at the stumps.. and it nearly paid off. Had it hit, Nair would have been football'd out

4

to Brathwaite, FOUR, oh my! That's brutal luck for Hyderabad. Brathwaite was on the hop and looked cramped on this swivelling tuck. No room but he still went for it, the ball shot back off the under-edge and Ojha's throw to his left couldn't stop that ball from drilling holes in the fine leg fence

W

to Brathwaite, out Caught by Barinder!! That Superman moment for Sran! What a catch this is! A certain posterboy moment. Brathwaite looked to take on the cutter but the dart off the pitch was superlative to whatever Brathwaite had planned. Still threw his hands at it, eked out a top-edge and then Sran at short third man swooped into my TV screen from nowhere - flew to his left and pouched the ball mid-air. Brathwaite c Barinder b 10(7) [4s-2]

4

to Nair, FOUR, is that the moment? Warner sprints across from long-on, dives but the ball had wheels. Nair had flat-batted the shortish delivery down the ground and Warner, despite that effort, fell short. Super over? 2 needed off 1 ball..Wow. My fingers are shaking.. somebody get me on pills

4

to Nair, FOUR, how ironical! How ironical! This mistimed pull rolls under a diving Warner at mid-on and denies us a Super Over. Another missed chance for T20 League! Only if Warner had latched onto it, we could have been in for some fun. But.. Bhuvi had cleverly cut the length back, followed Nair with bounce to deny the room and Nair somehow managed to splice the pull under Warner -- who slammed himself hard into the pitch side-on and roared in disgust to see the ball scoot under his cupped and extended palms. What a top innings from Karun Nair this! As a result, Delhi stay alive and Hyderabad will have to wait a touch longer to seal a berth in the playoffs!

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, typical David Warner! There's that smidgen width he's looking for. Hung back and executed the late-cut to perfection. Nearly played it inches in front of QDK's gloves. Once it went past backward point, was always going to be a boundary

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, top-class! Width on offer and Warner is in no mood to spare. Driven elegantly through the covers. No need to run for that...

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, steps down the pitch, sits on one knee and slices the drive over cover. Neatly done from SD. helped him with the length and width

4

to Warner, FOUR, Warner into the act again! He's playing with a nothing-to-lose attitude. Pitched up + Width = Warner crouches low and slices the cut over a leaping backward point. Go, solve that Nathan....

4

to Warner, FOUR, boom goes Warner! He's clearly trying to unsettle here. Makes room early and dispatches the length ball over extra cover with a lovely extension of the arms. Stand and admire that lofted inside out drive!

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, just over a diving short fine! Things are going HYD's way at the moment. Slanted into the pads on a length, Dhawan flicks in the air and it evades the man, only slightly

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, "That's a bottom hand smash" chunters Scotty Styris. Need terms like that to describe Warner's shots. Just half-turned and went deep inside the crease to biff it wide of mid-on. No one in the deep

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, and again! Cannot bowl there to Warner. Sees the ball slide in and forces his willow into an exuberant drive down the ground, wide of mid-on and the ball finds the fence in no-time

W

to Dhawan, out Dhawan Run Out!! Excellent from Carlos . Need these kind of efforts to lift your side. Dhawan just pushed this half-heartedly to the left of and thought of a quick single. Little did he know that the big man will block that by sliding down and follows it up with a flat, bullet like throw (All in one motion). Warner sent him back early, but Dhawan was too far down the pitch. Wasn't even in the frame. Dhawan run out () 10(8) [4s-2]

W

to Warner, out Deepak Hooda Run Out!! DEL are finding their way to get wickets. Another terrific run out. Not as good as the previous one, but nice presence of mind from Mishy. Warner bunted this hard into the pitch and it sprung off to the right of who half-stops in his followthrough. The ball rolls to his right and Deepak Hooda is going nowhere with his running. Took a couple of steps forward and got stuck. Mishy takes his own, sweet time - Aims and hits the timber. Deepak Hooda run out () 1(1)

4

Yadav to Yuvraj, FOUR, ah ha! Left-handers and their late-cuts, such a pleasing sight. Yuvi sees the ball loop wider off his zone and cuts it ever so late, piercing the gap through short third man and backward point. Neatly done!

W

to Yuvraj, out Bowled!! Chopped on! Carlos is on fire. Hopping and jumping wildly and he has every reason to do so. From over the wicket, angles it away from a length. Was well wide of off and Yuvi with his laden feet, tries to puch through the off-side. All arms rather than feet - Off the thick inside edge and "CLLLIINNGG" go the timbers. Yuvraj b 10(11) [4s-1]

4

to Warner, FOUR, that's a right-hander's sweep and boy! Didn't Warner place it perfectly? Awesome stuff from the HYD skipper. Knelt down and swapped his arms to slot it wide of a diving short third man

OT

to Warner, 1 run, fifty for David Warner - Quite a common term in this T20 League, isn't it? Gets there with a tuck to mid-wicket, just a decent handshake from his partner. He knows there's still job to be done

6

to Warner, SIX, slower full delivery and Warner has picked the bones out of it. Dropped to one knee and delivered it into the long-on planet with a thumping swing of the willow. Fetch that!

4

to Henriques, FOUR, slower short ball asking to be punished. Down leg, Henriques swivels and pulls nonchalantly behind square. Sweetly timed!

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, touch short and Warner says "Thank you" as he rocks back and nails the pull wide of mid-on. Battered!

4

to Henriques, FOUR, that's a pumping swing of the arms and it's landed just a yard inside the wide long-on ropes. Henriques had the room to play with as the ball was drifting across from round the wicket and allowed Henriques a free swing

W

to Henriques, out Caught by Negi!! This is a very timely breakthrough, with the duo being on the charge. Let me tell you, on most Indian grounds this would have cleared the ropes. But these are mammoth boundaries and Henriques chose the biggest one of them all. He seemed to have timed the slog-sweep well, but not well enough apparently. Negi pedals back at cow corner, keeps his eyes transfixed on the ball and cups it overhead. The time-out has been asked for. Henriques c Negi b 18(13) [4s-2]

W

to Warner, out Caught by Mishra!! continues to shine and he gets big on Warner this time with the extra bounce. Warner sees the width and flashes hard, aiming more towards backward point. But the ball climbs off the deck, gets him more towards the top-edge and skews away straight to third man. Warner c Mishra b 73(56) [4s-8 6s-1]

D

to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, oh Rishabh Pant, only if! He's dropped one at cover! Morgan is completely duped by a slower ball, he's early into the drive and goes reaching out for it. Despite his best attempts to check the shot by removing the bottom hand, he can't keep it down. It's to the left of Pant who dives across with both hands but the ball hits the heel of his palms and pops out

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, it's not a bad ball at all. A fullish off-cutter which NCN has pushed well wide of off. But such is the power of this man. Stretches out and absolutely clobbers it into the long-on stands

W

to Eoin Morgan, out Caught by Brathwaite!! DEL are doing so well here to keep gnawing away at the wickets. Just when Morgan gave the impression of breaking free, he is dismissed. Another pacy short ball just outside off, Morgan is a bit tardy in the pull and gets it high on the bat to lob it straight towards long-on where Brathwaite isn't dropping them. Eoin Morgan c Brathwaite b 14(10) [6s-1]

6

to N Ojha, SIX, tries the short ball strategy and is pummeled over deep backward square. It's the pace which is the difference here, easily around 10 clicks slower than NCN. Ojha rocks back and nails the pull

OT

to N Ojha, 2 runs, off-cutter on a good length just outside off, Ojha drives it uppishly through the covers and is always going for the second. Has to put in the dive in the end, but a direct-hit would have still had him

4

to Bhuvneshwar, FOUR, mid-on is up and Bhuvi has flat-batted it over him. He has sliced it more than anything to rob the timing but has enough wood to clear the infield and also beat long-off running across

4

to Bhuvneshwar, FOUR, the 150 is crossed as Bhuvi backs away, creates enough room and smacks a length ball over mid-off. Handy runs!

W

to Bhuvneshwar, out Bhuvneshwar Run Out!! 1 run completed! Drills one down to long-on, and you can't blame him for intent as he tries his best to make it back for the second but the throw is a good one and de Kock whips the bails off quickly to find him 6 inches short. Bhuvneshwar run out (Nair/de Kock) 13(7) [4s-2]

Delhi

 Quinton de Kock (wk) Sanju Samson  Karun Nair
 Rishabh Pant  Jean-Paul Duminy  Carlos Brathwaite
 Pawan Negi  Nathan Coulter-Nile  Amit Mishra
 Jayant Yadav  Zaheer Khan (c) Shreyas Iyer
 Chris Morris  Sam Billings  Shahbaz Nadeem
 Mayank Agarwal  Imran Tahir  Pawan Suyal
 Akhil Herwadkar  Chama Milind  Pratyush Singh
 Mahipal Lomror  Khaleel Ahmed  Mohammed Shami
      
           

Hyderabad

 David Warner (c) Shikhar Dhawan  Moises Henriques
 Yuvraj Singh  Eoin Morgan  Deepak Hooda
 Naman Ojha (wk) Karn Sharma  Bhuvneshwar Kumar
 Barinder Sran  Mustafizur Rahman  Ben Cutting
 Abhimanyu Mithun  Siddarth Kaul  Kane Williamson
 Trent Boult  Aditya Tare  Tirumalsetti Suman
 Bipul Sharma  Ashish Reddy  Vijay Shankar
 Ricky Bhui     
           
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