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IPL 4 (2011) - Post-Match COW Reports Monday, 23 May 2011 22:46
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60th T20: Punjab vs Delhi (Winner: Punjab)

Punjab won the match by 29 runs (Dominance | Punjab 98% | Delhi 0% | Equal 2%)

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match : Piyush Chawla Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala (15 May 2011)

Gilly failed yet again but Valthaty found his orange cap touch and with Marsh, he put DD attack to sword with another fifty. At 123/1 after 14 with 59% COW, KXIP were looking good till a double blow in next over derailed their innings. A cameo by Karthik helped them recover to 170/6 with 58% COW. DD got off to a decent and steady start as Ojha and Warner put up fifty runs. However Shalabh kicked off a collapse by picking up both of them as Chawla picked off 3 more to destroy DD’s line up as they reached 141/8 to lose by 29 runs.

  1st Innings (KXIP) - 20 overs Maximum  
arrow 5 overs: KXIP 33/1 KXIP 51% Gilchirst looked scratchy and got out
      in due course and Valthaty also struggled before realizing that this pitch is one you can easily play shots on. Punjab’s chances decreased by 1% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: KXIP 70/1 KXIP 55% Valthaty regained the form that made
      reporters interview his college friends and for once Shaun Marsh took the backseat. Punjab’s chances increased by 4% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: KXIP 126/3 KXIP 58% Sridharan Sriram is not a good bet
      against Shaun Marsh, at least Delhi learnt that part although Pathan showed a few glimpses of his talent to get rid of both Valthaty and Marsh in consecutive deliveries. Punjab’s chances did not change during this period.
arrow 20 overs: KXIP 170/6 KXIP 58% Dinesh Karthik carried some form from
      the previous match and helped Punjab get a total that looked like it would require a great batting effort from Sehwag-less Delhi. Punjab’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
  2nd Innings (DD : Target 171) - 20 overs Maximum  
arrow 5 overs: DD 25/0 DD 40% Ojha and Warner probably thought that
      the best course of action was to keep wickets in hand, get out at the wrong time and put pressure on a fragile middle-order, so far so good. Delhi’s chances decreased by 2% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: DD 67/2 DD 40% The man with the bustling run-up went
      for a few but he got his revenge when he picked up both the openers proving the 1st part of my prophecy true. Delhi’s chances did not change during this period.
arrow 15 overs: DD 97/5 DD 31% Prophecy part deux coming true as
      Delhi’s fragile middle order fails to up the ante against the backdrop of a terrific bowling performance by Piyush Chawla. Delhi’s chances decreased by 9% during this period.
arrow 20 overs: DD 141/8 DD 0% Some lower order resistance aside, it
      was business as usual with Delhi providing the tournament with yet another underwhelming performance. Punjab won by 29 runs.

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