Rashid Khan bowls over Delhi Capitals to register most economical spell in IPL 2020

Rashid Khan bowls over Delhi Capitals to register most economical spell in IPL 2020
By: Sports Desk |

October 27, 2020 10:51:50 pm





Rashid Khan has scalped 17 wickets from 12 matches in IPL 2020. (Source: IPL)

Sunrisers Hyderabad spinner Rashid Khan spun an internet across the Delhi Capitals batsmen on the Dubai International Stadium on Tuesday as he registered the most economical spell of the continuing IPL 2020 marketing campaign.

The 22-year-old Afghanistan bowler completed the match with figures of three/7 after bowling an unbelievable 17 dots while defending a goal of 220.

Rashid’s spell towards Delhi additionally grew to become the sixth-most economical spell in IPL historical past after Ashish Nehra’s 1/6 (vs KXIP, 2009), Fidel Edwards’ 0/6 (vs KKR, 2009), Yuzvendra Chahal’s 1/6 (vs CSK, 2019), Rahul Sharma’s 2/7 (vs MI, 2011), and Lockie Ferguson’s 2/7 (vs RCB, 2017).

Coming into bowl the seventh over in the second innings when Delhi had been 54/2, Rashid scalped his first wicket of the evening by bowling Shimron Hetmyer out on his very first supply.

On the fifth ball of the identical over, he trapped Ajinkya Rahane between the wickets for an LBW.

After conceding simply 5 runs in his subsequent two overs, Rashid nabbed his third wicket of the evening after he dismissed Axar Patel with the assistance of Priyam Garg’s catch. At the tip of his spell, Delhi had been struggling at 83/6 after 13 overs.

In the 2 groups’ earlier encounter this 12 months, Rashid registered figures of three/13, which makes his mixed figures stand at 6/20 from eight overs.

After being despatched out to bat first, SRH posted an excellent 219/2 on the finish of 20 overs on the again of Wriddhiman Saha’s 45-ball 87 and David Warner’s 34-ball 66. Manish Pandey additionally pitched in with a 44-run knock later in the innings.

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