David Warner ate twice in an over, but got lucky, snatched the match from Rajasthan

David Warner took advantage of these two lives and not only scored a belligerent half-century, but also made the victory easy with a brilliant partnership with Mitchell Marsh.

May 12, 2022 | 6:30 am

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal

May 12, 2022 | 6:30 am




Delhi Capitals defeated Rajasthan Royals by 8 wickets in their crucial match.  In this victory of Delhi, the team's strong Australian opener David Warner played an important role by scoring an unbeaten half-century.  However, the picture of the match could have been different if Yuzvendra had not avoided Warner getting out twice in Chahal's over.  (Photo: BCCI)

Delhi Capitals defeated Rajasthan Royals by 8 wickets in their crucial match. In this victory of Delhi, the team’s strong Australian opener David Warner played an important role by scoring an unbeaten half-century. However, the picture of the match could have been different if Yuzvendra had not avoided Warner getting out twice in Chahal’s over. (Photo: BCCI)

This is about the 9th over of Delhi's innings.  Warner played the third ball of this over in the air, but Jos Buttler, coming running from long off, could not catch the catch.  At that time Delhi's score was 63 runs and Warner's was 19.  (Photo: BCCI)

This is about the 9th over of Delhi’s innings. Warner played the third ball of this over in the air, but Jos Buttler, coming running from long off, could not catch the catch. At that time Delhi’s score was 63 runs and Warner’s was 19. (Photo: BCCI)

What happened on the last ball of the over surprised everyone.  Chahal's ball pitched on the line of the middle stump and spin rapidly towards Warner.  Warner missed the shot and the ball hit the stumps and went behind the wicket.  The red light of the stumps also lit, but the bails did not scatter.  That is, Warner was not out.  (Photo: screenshot/Hotstar)

What happened on the last ball of the over surprised everyone. Chahal’s ball pitched on the line of the middle stump and spin rapidly towards Warner. Warner missed the shot and the ball hit the stumps and went behind the wicket. The red light of the stumps also lit, but the bails did not scatter. That is, Warner was not out. (Photo: screenshot/Hotstar)

Delhi's score at that time was 67 for 1 wicket and they needed 94 runs in 66 balls.  Rajasthan did not get the next chance again and Warner made a partnership of 144 runs with Mitchell Marsh to ensure the team's victory.  (Photo: BCCI)

Delhi’s score at that time was 67 for 1 wicket and they needed 94 runs in 66 balls. Rajasthan did not get the next chance again and Warner made a partnership of 144 runs with Mitchell Marsh to ensure the team’s victory. (Photo: BCCI)

Warner took advantage of two life-givers of 19 and 22 runs and scored an unbeaten 52 off 41 balls to help the team win by 8 wickets.  This is Warner's fifth half-century in this season and 400 runs have also been completed.  (Photo: BCCI)

Warner took advantage of two life-givers of 19 and 22 runs and scored an unbeaten 52 off 41 balls to help the team win by 8 wickets. This is Warner’s fifth half-century in this season and 400 runs have also been completed. (Photo: BCCI)






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