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David Warner did not want to ‘loss’ Delhi Capitals, so he did not score a century, left a century for Jos Buttler!

David Warner sacrificed his century!

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David Warner scored an unbeaten 92 runs in 58 balls against Sunrisers Hyderabad. Delhi won the match by 21 runs, made it to the fifth position in the points table.

Finally Delhi Capitals (Delhi Capitals) The flamboyance of batting was seen for the first time in IPL 2022. Delhi batsmen thrashed Sunrisers Hyderabad, scoring 207 runs in 20 overs and getting a big win by 21 runs. Opener David Warner is the biggest contributor to Delhi’s victory (David Warner) Diya, whose bat scored an unbeaten 92 runs. Rovman Powell apart from him (Rovman Powell) He scored an unbeaten 67 off 35 balls, both of which saw Sunrisers Hyderabad suffer their third consecutive defeat. An interesting thing happened in this match. Actually David Warner had a chance to score a century but he refused to achieve this feat for the team.

David Warner told after the match that he wanted to take Delhi’s team to a big score. In such a situation, it was more important for Rovman Powell to be on strike. Warner said, ‘I told Powell that I will take two runs even if I get run out. It will be good if we cross 200. By the way, 190 runs was also a good score. I told Powell that if you stay till the end, we will get to 210-220. As far as the century is concerned, he will make Jos Buttler.

David Warner sacrificed a century for victory

This thinking of David Warner is very big. For his team, he put personal achievement behind. Powell also accepted this point. He said after Delhi’s innings, ‘I told Delhi before the last over that I change the strike by taking one run so that you can score a century. On this, Warner said – we do not play cricket like this. Just shoot with all your might.

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Powell smashed Umran Malik in the last over

Warner asked Powell to play all the balls in the last over and it happened. Batting fast, this West Indies player scored 19 runs in the last over. Rovman Powell hit a six off the very first ball of Umran Malik. No run scored on the second ball. Umran hit a four on the third ball. The same fate happened with the fourth and fifth balls. One run on the last ball, got a leg bye. By the 19th over, Delhi was on 188 runs and after 20 overs, the score reached 207 runs. Delhi got the advantage of this and in the end it got a resounding victory.

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