Prithvi Shaw and David Warner went berserk in the PowerPlay chasing a paltry 116, starting off with a huge 14-run over against Vaibhav Arora and going great guns even against the experienced Kagiso Rabada. They cruised to 75 for no loss in 5 overs, not even allowing Mayank Agarwal to bring his spinners into the game in an attempt to put the brakes on the rampage. Rahul Chahar got rid of Prithvi Shaw in the seventh over, but by then DC had an incredible 83 runs on the board. Warner stayed on and saw the chase through, concluding with an unbeaten 60 off 30 balls – his 53rd IPL fifty – and third in a row.
Special win amid COVID Sacre for Delhi Capitals👏pic.twitter.com/1MxrO2Vmsj— CricTracker (@Cricketracker) April 20, 2022