David Warner Fifty: David Warner ended the drought of 5 matches, yet Delhi did not win

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David Warner Fifty: David Warner ended the drought of 5 matches, yet Delhi did not win

David Warner brings up another half-century. (IPL photo)

New Delhi: Delhi Capitals have not been able to show anything special in IPL-2023 so far. This team is finding it very difficult to go to the playoffs. To stay in this race, Delhi needs to win every match. With this intention, this team came out against Punjab Kings at their home Arun Jaitley Stadium on Saturday and in this match, its captain David Warner’s bat went on. Warner played a half-century in this match.

Delhi bowlers did not allow Punjab to score too big. Batting first, the Punjab team could score only 167 runs after losing seven wickets. This score was possible for him due to opener Prabhsimran Singh. Prabhsimran scored 103 runs. Although Warner could not win his team.

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fifth fifty of the season

The target in front of Delhi was not big but still it needed a smooth start. David Warner along with Phil Salt gave the team the start it needed. Meanwhile, Phil Salt was dismissed for a total score of 69. After his dismissal, Warner completed his half-century, for which he played a total of 23 balls. This is Warner’s fifth half-century of this season.

Warner scored a half-century after five innings. Earlier, he scored a half-century against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 20. In this match, Warner ended the five-match drought. But he could not stay on the field for long and was dismissed by Harpreet Brar. Warner took the review but could not survive. Warner scored 54 runs in 27 balls with the help of 10 fours and a six.

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Delhi got defeated

Delhi’s victory depended on Warner and as soon as the captain was out, Delhi’s team collapsed and then its batsmen kept losing wickets continuously. The result was that Delhi again had to face defeat at home. The Delhi team could only manage 136 runs in 20 overs losing eight wickets.

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