21st Match,
Intercontinental Cup, 2015-17, Dublin

Ireland vs Netherlands

15 August 2017 15:30 (IST)

40th Match, Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi, 02 May 2017

DD vs SRH

Delhi 2nd Inn:189/4 (19.1)

Corey Anderson 41 (24);Chris Morris 15 (7);
Moises Henriques 2.1-0-36-0; Siddarth Kaul 4-0-38-1;

Last bat: Shreyas Iyer

Result: Delhi won by 6 wkts.

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Delhi Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Sanju Samson c Dhawan & b Siraj 24 19 2 1 126.32
Karun Nair(c) c Bhuvneshwar & b S Kaul 39 20 5 2 195
Rishabh Pant(wk) b Siraj 34 20 4 1 170
Shreyas Iyer c Siraj & b Bhuvneshwar 33 25 1 2 132
Corey Anderson not out 41 24 2 3 170.83
Chris Morris not out 15 7 1 1 214.29
Angelo Mathews dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jayant Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kagiso Rabada dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Amit Mishra dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohammed Shami dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 2, nb - 0)3
Total(189 for 4 in 19.1 overs)189 (9.86 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/40 (Sanju Samson, 4.1 ov.) 2/72 (Karun Nair, 7.4 ov.) 3/109 (Rishabh Pant, 11.4 ov.)
4/148 (Shreyas Iyer, 15.6 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 33 1 8.25  
Mohammed Siraj 4 0 41 2 10.25  
Siddarth Kaul 4 0 38 1 9.5 (1w)
Moises Henriques 2.1 0 36 0 16.59 (1w)
Rashid Khan 4 0 24 0 6  
Yuvraj Singh 1 0 16 0 16  
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) b Shami 30 21 4 1 142.86
Shikhar Dhawan c Shreyas Iyer & b A Mishra 28 17 4 1 164.71
Kane Williamson c Chris Morris & b Shami 24 24 1 1 100
Yuvraj Singh not out 70 41 11 1 170.73
Moises Henriques not out 25 18 2 0 138.89
Deepak Hooda dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Naman Ojha(wk) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Rashid Khan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Siddarth Kaul dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohammed Siraj dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 5, w - 2, nb - 1)8
Total(185 for 3 in 20 overs)185 (9.25 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/53 (David Warner, 5.2 ov.) 2/75 (Shikhar Dhawan, 8.2 ov.) 3/92 (Kane Williamson, 11.4 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Jayant Yadav 4 0 26 0 6.5  
Kagiso Rabada 4 0 59 0 14.75  
Chris Morris 4 0 36 0 9  
Mohammed Shami 4 0 36 2 9 (1w)
Amit Mishra 4 0 23 1 5.75 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
6

to Samson, SIX, that's a glorious shot! bangs it short without any venom behind it. Samson stands tall and launches it over long-off. See the ball and hit the ball. He hit that and stood for the photographs

4

to Nair, FOUR, that's a cracking shot to get off the mark! That was a gift from . Short and wide outside off, Nair backs away, clears the front leg and slaps it hard over covers. One bounce and over the fence

4

to Samson, FOUR, nothing wrong this time. Right off the middle. Kumar offers width wide of off on this short of length delivery and Samson takes advantage of it. He punches it and bisects cover and cover-point. Races away

4

to Samson, FOUR, a very unlike Bhuvi over. He was all over the place this over. Shortish delivery outside off, you don't offer width to this guy. Flays the bat hard at it and lifts it over the infield on the off-side. Bullets into the cover fence

6

Kaul to Nair, IX, third man in buine? Nope, over him. Cheeky hot from the Karnataka batman. It wa banged in hort outide off, Nair wait for it and pericope it over the non-exitent lip. Ha enough power to go over third man, who thought he might have a chance there

4

Kaul to Nair, FOUR, 2 run off the firt four ball, and then leak 10 run off the next two. DEL are off to a flier. Kaul pitche it up and Nair drill it down the ground with a himmy down. All along the carpet, into the fence

W

to Samson, out Caught by Dhawan!! First breakthrough for HYD totally against the run of play. Once again the familiar culprit doing the trick - the slower ball. It was on a good length and wide of off. Samson is early into his stroke - the slash. In the end, slices it straight into the bucket hands of Dhawan at cover-point. Samson c Dhawan b 24(19) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

to Nair, FOUR, nowhere near the middle of the bat, but Nair won't mind a bit. Nair backs away and wanted to loft it inside-out over covers. Since the ball was a slower one, he ends up slicing it over covers. The quick outfield does the rest

D

to Nair, 1 run, dropped! Bhuvi, the culprit. Nair, trying to be too cheeky, almost gifted his wicket. Moves across a long way and attempted the scoop shot. Got decent amount of wood, but there wasn't enough elevation there. It went at catchable height to Bhuvi at short fine. He makes a mess of it

4

to Nair, FOUR, this time well over short fine. The keeper is up and bowls a full length delivery just outside off, Nair shuffles across and nicely scoops it away over Bhuvi and the ball races away

6

to Nair, SIX, Nair is on a roll here! Straight, length ball, Nair moves leg-side and launches it straight over the bowler's head. The ball sails over the sightscreen for a maximum

4

to Nair, FOUR, four more! The runs are coming thick and fast for DEL. Not the greatest of deliveries from . Short and drifting down leg, Nair gets inside the line and pulls it fine, beating the diving fine leg fielder

4

Khan to Pant, FOUR, welcome to Delhi says Rishabh Pant. A loosener from Khan. Quick delivery well down leg, Pant is quick to get low and smack the sweep well wide of short fine

W

Kaul to Nair, out Caught by Bhuvnehwar!! In the air and taken! The knuckle ball from Kaul doe the trick. Nair waltze down by backing away. Goe through with hi crouched lap. Get reaonable amount of timber on that. He hit it flat and that led to hi downfall. Bhuvi at long-off, move to hi left and time hi mini-jump to perfection and gobble it up. A big wicket! Nair c Bhuvnehwar b Kaul 39(20) [4-5 6-2]

4

Khan to Pant, FOUR, poor ball and Pant takes full toll of it. Low full toss, Pant sinks low and smacks the sweep through square leg. Off the sweet spot of the bat

4

to Pant, FOUR, that's a gross delivery. Short and wide outside off, Pant waits for it and lifts it over extra cover for four runs

4

to Pant, FOUR, four more! isn't learning here. He is continuously offfering width outside off. Pant spots it and pummels it in front of square on the off-side. No chance for Dhawan in the deep

4

to Shreyas Iyer, FOUR, that's one of the best shots of the game. A slight move across and offers a straight bat to send it between long-on and deep mid-wicket

6

to Pant, SIX, this guy and his timing. Reads this short ball early and waits on the back foot. Pulls from there into the deep square leg fence

W

to Pant, out Bowled!! Wow! What a reply from . He did not like the six for sure. Comes back with a peach of a yorker and as Mr Gavaskar informs us this was around 27.4kph quicker than the previous ball - 115kph. A yorker on the legs, too tough to negotiate. Pant's bat comes down late and he deflects it off his leg to the off-pole. is delighted. Pant b 34(20) [4s-4 6s-1]

6

to Shreyas Iyer, SIX, another loose ball around off. Shreyas Iyer swings across the line and for a moment it seems he is in danger of skying this one. But he is not, sends over the long-on fence. Mighty hit

6

to Shreyas Iyer, SIX, and again! Unlike Corey Anderson, Shreyas Iyer does not miss out on this short ball. Camps back in time and thunders the pull deep into the stands over deep mid-wicket

6

Kaul to Corey Anderon, IX, after a barrage of mitimed wipe and pull finally Corey Anderon get one off the middle of the willow. And when he get thoe off the meat, no ground i big enough. A length ball erved with gentle pace. What ele doe he need? wing and wing well to clear the man at long-on

D

Khan to Shreyas Iyer, 1 run, Henriques over-trusts his legs and spoils a catch that could have been 'the one' for Dhawan who ran from sweeper towards this skier. Shreyas Iyer had thrown his bat at a wide ball and sliced off the outer half. If not for his luck and Henriques ambitions, Shreyas Iyer would have been walking back

W

to Shreyas Iyer, out Caught by Siraj!! Slower ball on off, on the shorter side as well. Shreyas Iyer has already given himself some room. That's like committing without knowing what is in store. Cannot retreat, it is late for him. Tries to ramp but there is no pace or the bounce to ease things for him. Ends up guiding it into the hands of Siraj at short third man. This is far from over. Delhi have not chased well and because they have not, they will need some extra effort to go past the line here. Time-out in the meantime. Shreyas Iyer c Siraj b 33(25) [4s-1 6s-2]

6

to Corey Anderson, SIX, bye bye ball. Slips on the legs of Corey Anderson. Was a slower ball and Corey Anderson whipped it from there, skies it high but gets the distance as well. Manages to clear Dhawan at deep square leg

4

to Chris Morris, FOUR, placed! Well placed! This is what Delhi were lacking. It is a short ball and Chris Morris rolls his wrists on the pull to bisect the fielders converging from deep backward square leg and deep mid-wicket

4

to Corey Anderson, FOUR, there is a thing called luck. But there is nothing called like a bowler's luck. He is always at the receiving end of things. It is a yorker, almost fells Corey Anderson down. Cannot get his bat down in time but manages to put some willow on it. That is enough to deflect this to the fine leg fence

6

to Corey Anderson, SIX, if not for the stands this would have travelled more. Might have got the metro from Pragati Maidan. Fuller length and Corey Anderson cleared his front leg, cracked it hard and hit flat over the long-on fence

6

Kaul to Chri Morri, IX, at the outet thi one did not eem to have come off the middle. But he had timed it well. Ha that power to clear the fence. A hort ball and Chri Morri pull well over the deep mid-wicket fielder

4

to Corey Anderson, FOUR, Short ball. Corey Anderson pulls and mid-off is in the ring, this will be a four, giving Delhi a much-needed win. Has this been given as four or is it only a single? Yes it is a four. Delhi win by 6-wickets

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, and he's away in a flash. Shortish and just outside off stump, Warner rocks back and cuts fiercely through cover-point

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, not the ideal start for . Fullish and swinging into the left-hander, Dhawan flicks, fine leg is inside the ring and he had no chance. Off the mark in a flash

4

to Warner, FOUR, oh this goes at a catchable height but there is no one at extra-cover. Would have been a straightforward chance. Warner is certainly having trouble facing 's angle, chips gently, was a poor shot and he'd say that he deliberately played that with that gap on the off-side. Didn't look convincing though

6

Yadav to Warner, SIX, this is the advantage of having the ability to play the switch-hit. You can't set fields for such shots. A good flighted delivery on the stumps, nothing wrong with the delivery, Warner makes decent connection, although it was a top edge and it cleared the rope over backward point

4

Morris to Dhawan, FOUR, similar delivery to the previous one and this time Morris pays the price, Dhawan is looking good today. The shots have been timed well. This time he's executed the cover-drive to perfection

6

Morris to Dhawan, SIX, he's so good with that pick up shot. Plays it in his own way. Stylish! Morris once again bowls the perfect length to lift over the top, the full ball was on the leg as well and Dhawan used his lovely wrists to whip it away over the mid-wicket boundary

4

Morris to Dhawan, FOUR, now the bowler overcompensates by bowling short. There wasn't much of width on this one, but hopped and backed away slightly to create a bit of room and cut it away to the right of backward point

4

to Warner, FOUR, Warner knew that a slower ball was coming, backed away nicely to free the arms and slapped it hard over extra-cover for four. Easy pickings those

4

to Warner, FOUR, slower ball, heaved away, no timing but it escapes for four. Another great start from this lovely HYD opening pair. Fifty comes up in 5.1 overs. This one was in the air, but wide of the man at mid-wicket

W

to Warner, out Bowled!! Missed a few games? No problem. I know how to nail the yorkers. This is such a difficult art for bowlers, but look at , this is just the second ball of his spell and he's bowled one at 141kph to knock Warner's off pole out. The HYD captain didn't look comfortable at all and DEL will be delighted with that wicket. Warner was never willing to cover the line against the right-handed pacers, was always looking to back away and open up the off-side. spotted that and outfoxed the batsman with a brilliant yorker. Warner b 30(21) [4s-4 6s-1]

4

to Williamson, leg byes, FOUR, that's down the leg-side, Williamson misses the flick, the ball beats the keeper off the thigh pad and goes for four

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, tries the slower ball bouncer, Dhawan does well to roll his wrists and control the hook shot, sends it past short fine leg

6

Yadav to Williamson, SIX, oh dear! That's released all the pressure. He'd beaten Williamson twice and then follows it up with a filthy delivery in the form of trying a variation. He suggests that he wanted to bowl the carrom ball, but it slipped down the leg-side and Williamson helped himself to a six with a pull over backward square leg

W

to Dhawan, out Caught by Shreyas Iyer!! The moment he tosses one up, he gets a wicket. I was surprised by that first delivery when he chose to bowl flat. Enough in the pitch for a spinner to enjoy his outing. A gentle fist pump from the local lad. This was the googly, Dhawan went for the sweep, went with hard hands, got a top edge and Iyer came forward from deep backward square leg and took a good catch. Big wicket for DEL. Dhawan was well set and he needed to carry on. Dhawan c Shreyas Iyer b 28(17) [4s-4 6s-1]

4

to Williamson, FOUR, delicate. The googly just outside off, Williamson waited for it to arrive, opened the bat face and steers it past the diving short third man

W

to Williamson, out Caught by Chris Morris!! Second wicket for . He's got two big ones - Warner and now Williamson. Slower short delivery, kept climbing on the Kiwi, who went for the pull and only managed a fat top edge towards deep square leg. He was never going to in control of the shot as the ball got big on him. Smart bowling from as well, rolled his fingers across at the last moment. DEL have pulled things back nicely after the powerplay. Just 26 runs scored and two wickets taken. Williamson c Chris Morris b 24(24) [4s-1 6s-1]

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, oh gosh! That was vintage Yuvraj. Full delivery on the stumps, Yuvraj does not bother to get his front leg behind the line, short-arm jabs the loft over the bowler's head, one bounce and over the ad hoardings

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, anything in his zone and Yuvraj is willing to take it on. The googly which is a bit full in length, Yuvraj's back leg is in the air as he lofts it over . Almost similar to the one he played in the last over

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, he's not gonna miss out twice in two balls. drifts another one on the pads, Yuvraj gets the faintest of touches on the ball and it races away to the fine leg fence

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, brilliant stop from Mathews. But did he touch the cushions? The third umpire has a look and spots something in contact with the triangles. Short delivery and Yuvraj pulls in front of square, Mathews ran in from deep square, dived and stopped the ball, but it was spinning back towards the rope and he flicked it in and that's when he was in touch

4

to Henriques, FOUR, boundary to start the 18th. The slower delivery that drifts onto the batsman's hips, Henriques does not do anything fancy, tickles it round the corner and allows the outfield to do the rest

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, unlucky! Yuvraj is hurried by the short delivery, but at this stage of the innings the batsmen tend to throw their bat at everything, the top edge flies over short fine and lands just in front of the rope

6

to Yuvraj, SIX, not off the middle, but it doesn't have to be when it is Yuvraj Singh. The cross-seamer on off, Yuvraj clears his front leg to heave it into the on-side, off the base of the bat and over the man patrolling the deep mid-wicket fence

4

to Henriques, FOUR, big over for HYD. 20 off it and has been put under pressure. Fuller and width on offer, Henriques square drives and the placement is superb, well wide of the man sweeping on the off-side

4

Morris to Yuvraj, FOUR, Morris is shaking his head, but there is very little he can do about that. The yorker just outside off, Yuvraj waited and went low, opened the bat face and dug it to the right of short third man, who dived just as an afterthought

4

Morris to Yuvraj, FOUR, fifty for Yuvraj. Even though it is Delhi, the crowd are up on their feet to applaud the knock. Yuvraj acknowledges it with a wave of the bat. The slower length delivery, heaved in front of square, bisecting the two men in the deep

4

to Yuvraj, no ball, FOUR, horrendous start. He oversteps and dishes out a full delivery, Yuvraj's hands take over, he drives it past extra cover and the ball raced away to the fence. No chance for the sweeper

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, too full and missed the yorker by a couple of inches, Yuvraj doesn't miss though, whipped it square and past the man at square leg. Boundaries flowing in the final part of the innings

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, sloppy! The low full toss outside off, Yuvraj was trying to slice it behind point, got it finer than he would have liked. Jayant at third man makes a meal of that. Allows it to escape past him

4

to Yuvraj, FOUR, finishes the innings on a positive note. 19 runs off the over. went for 39 in his final two overs. You have to get the yorker spot on against Yuvraj. Slightly off and he puts it away, the bat comes down like an axe and he lofts it over , one bounce and into the fence

Delhi

 Sanju Samson  Shreyas Iyer  Karun Nair (c)
 Angelo Mathews  Rishabh Pant (wk) Chris Morris
 Corey Anderson  Jayant Yadav  Kagiso Rabada
 Amit Mishra  Mohammed Shami  Zaheer Khan
 Pat Cummins  Ankit Bawne  Aditya Tare
 Murugan Ashwin  Navdeep Saini  Shashank Singh
 Carlos Brathwaite  Chama Milind  Khaleel Ahmed
 Pratyush Singh  Ben Hilfenhaus  Marlon Samuels
 Shahbaz Nadeem  Sam Billings   
           

Hyderabad

 David Warner (c) Shikhar Dhawan  Kane Williamson
 Moises Henriques  Yuvraj Singh  Deepak Hooda
 Naman Ojha (wk) Rashid Khan  Bhuvneshwar Kumar
 Siddarth Kaul  Mohammed Siraj  Ricky Bhui
 Ashish Nehra  Ben Cutting  Abhimanyu Mithun
 Mustafizur Rahman  Barinder Sran  Vijay Shankar
 Chris Jordan  Mohammad Nabi  Eklavya Dwivedi
 Pravin Tambe  Ben Laughlin  Tanmay Agarwal
 Bipul Sharma     
           
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