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IPL 2020: Rashid Khan’s spin-off, Delhi Capitals are trapped

Sunrisers Hyderabad spinner Rashid Khan bowled strongly in front of Delhi Capitals on Tuesday. He threw the most economical bowling spell of this season at the Dubai International Stadium. (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

Total 17 dot balls thrown

The 22-year-old Afghan bowler took three wickets for just seven runs in 4 overs. How difficult it was to score runs on Rashid’s bowling can be gauged from the fact that he bowled a total of 17 balls. (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

Sixth most economical spell

Rashid Khan’s spell against Delhi is the sixth most economical bowling spell in IPL history. Earlier Ashish Nehra 1/6 (vs KXIP, 2009), Fidel Edwards 0/6 (vs KKR, 2009), Yuzvendra Chahal 1/6 (vs CSK, 2019), Rahul Sharma 2/7 (vs MI, 2011), And the name of Locky Ferguson 2/7 (vs RCB, 2017). (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

Two wickets in the first over

Talking about the bowling of Rashid, he came to bowling in the seventh over of the innings. At that time Delhi’s score was 54 for two wickets. Rashid dismissed Shimron Hetmyer on his first ball. In the same over, he again turned Ajinkya Rahane to LBW. (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

Akshar Patel became the third victim

In his next two overs, he conceded just five runs. Rashid took his third wicket by getting Akshar Patel caught by Priyam Garg. When Rashid’s spell ended, Delhi’s score was 83 for six after 13 overs. (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

He also did well in the last match against Delhi

In the last match of this season against Delhi, he took three wickets for 13 runs. This season, he took six wickets for 20 runs in 8 overs against Delhi. (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

Warner-Saha’s strong innings

In the match, Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 219 for 2 wickets on being invited to bat first. Wriddhiman Saha smashed 87 off 45 balls and David Warner scored 66 off 34 balls. At the same time Manish Pandey also scored a fast 44 runs. (Photo- BCCI / IPL)

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