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Maiden Finals for Delhi, SRH surrenders for 17 runs

Maiden Finals for Delhi, SRH surrenders for 17 runs

Shikhar Dhawan gave an amazing start with his blasting performance 78 off 49 balls contributed in build a good score 189 for three. Batting order justified the decision to bat throughout with their stunning performance. Stonnis , who started the innings scored crucial 86 runs with Dhawan and later took three important wickets and acted as the back bone of the in the match against SRH

Every decision turned well for the Capitals, Shimron Hetmyers 42 runs turned to be important in the match .

Rabada gave a daring start for Capitals by dismissing most dangerous David Warner (2). Manish Pandey (21) and Priyam garg (17) tried to bring SRH to the game. Stonnis ended the partnership by sending both of them to pavallion in three balls. Spinner Axar Patel and Pravin Dubey performed well.

Williamson and Jason Holder kept on moving score board with singles, doubles and boundaries

Kiwi batsman attacked spinners and this gave momentum SRH sometimes the momentum.

Williamson and Samad gave slight hopes for SRH camp. Stonis dismissed Williamson giving a crucial break to the match and ending the SRH dreams.

Later Rabada (4/29) ransacked the lower order to end the game in favor of Capitals

A clinical innings by Dhawan with six fours and two sixe placed Capitals in safe position. Skipper Shreyas Iyer (21) failed to contribute much in the game.

On the other side, SRH performed poorly on the field by dropping Stonis at the beginning of innings and giving Capitals runs for free

Rashid Khan (4-0-26-1), proved as the most effective bowler once again

DC will meet MI in the finals on Tuesday

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