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Prithvi Shaw scares Rishabh Pant: Pant, scared of Prithvi Sau’s sharp throw, did something to protect himself, which left everyone laughing

Highlights:

  • Delhi Capitals have got 12 points in 8 matches.
  • Under Pant’s captaincy, Delhi has again reached the top of the points table.
  • Punjab had scored 166 runs for 6 wickets while batting first.

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Delhi Capitals defeated Punjab Kings (DC vs PBKS) by 7 wickets in the 29th match of IPL 2021. In this match, veteran opener Shikhar Dhawan scored an unbeaten 69 while young opener Prithvi Shaw (39) scored an innings of 39 off 22 balls.

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In this match, Prithvi Shaw attracted everyone’s attention with one of his throws. On the fifth ball of the second over of the Punjab Kings innings, Manyank Agarwal played Marcus Stoinis to deep square leg.

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After this, Sav picks up the ball and throws it awkwardly. The ball fell over the head of Delhi Capitals wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. During this time, Pant got scared and to save himself, put both hands above the head and sat down. Seeing this, along with Sav, the players could not stop laughing.

Delhi again reached the top
In this match played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Delhi chased down the target of 167 runs and won for 3 wickets in 17 overs. With this win, Delhi have scored 12 points in 8 matches and have reached the top of the points table.

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Pant won the toss and decided to field
Earlier, Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant won the toss and decided to field first. Punjab Kings captain KL Rahul was unwell as his opening partner Mayank Agarwal was leading the team. Punjab also included David Malan in the playing eleven in place of Nicholas Pooran.

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