7th IPL Match : DC ( Delhi Capitals ) VS GT ( Gujarat Titans ) : Who won yesterday IPL Match 2023 ?

 7th IPL Match: DC ( Delhi Capitals ) VS GT ( Gujarat Titans ): Who won yesterday's IPL Match 2023?



Image of  GT ( Gujarat Titans ) Teams  during 7th IPL match
Image of  GT ( Gujarat Titans ) Teams  during the 7th IPL match



7th IPL Match Highlights  / Scorecard: DC ( Delhi Capitals ) VS GT ( Gujarat Titans ): Who won yesterday's IPL Match 2023?

GT Won by 6 wickets (11 Balls Left ) Victory Over DC. 

 Delhi Capitals were buoyed by an excellent late flurry by vice-captain Axar Patel as they posted 162/8 against Gujarat Titans in their Indian Premier League (IPL) match at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on Tuesday. Apart from Patel, captain David Warner scored 37 and Sarfaraz Khan scored 30. Mohammed Shami was the pick of the GT bowlers as he snapped up 3 wickets.


Image of Scorecard of DC ( Delhi Capitals ) VS GT ( Gujarat Titans )
Image of Scorecard of DC ( Delhi Capitals ) VS GT ( Gujarat Titans )



Earlier, Hardik Pandya led Gujarat Titans to win the toss and decided to bowl first against Delhi Capitals in match seven of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Both teams made two changes to their line-up. Delhi Capitals handed a debut to Bengal’s 20-year-old wicketkeeper-batter, Abhishek Porel, while Anrich Nortje replaced Rovman Powell. GT brought in David Miller in place of injured Kane Williamson, while Sai Sudarshan replaced Vijay Shankar.


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Image of  FIFTY for Sai Sudharsan ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ  A fine and well-composed half-century by the youngster.


sai sudharsan scored 62 runs in 48  ball played a winning knock for his team

Gujarat Titans maintained their superb IPL record in the opening match. They began their title defense with a relatively comfortable five-wicket victory over Chennai. On the other hand, Delhi was humbled by Lucknow Super Giants by 50 runs. Without Rishabh Pant, Delhi is looking weak.

Anrich Nortje thundered in and stopped any potential good start that Gujarat Titans were off to in their chase of 163. inform openers Wriddhiman Saha and Shubman Gill were sent back by the fiery pacer while Hardik Pandya then fell to Khaleel Ahmed. 

Image of Anrich Nortje with the wicket of the very first delivery of his spellImage of Anrich Nortje with the wicket of the very first delivery of his spell
Image of Anrich Nortje with the wicket of the very first delivery of his spell


Vijay Shankar and Sai Sudharsan then calmed things down and got the GT chase back on track. Sudharsan has since gone on to score a masterful half-century and has put GT on cruise mode with David Miller. It has been a pacer's paradise for much of the Delhi Capitals innings as well at the Arun Jaitley Stadium but Rashid Khan came in towards the end, bowled four overs on the trot, and took three wickets.


 Alzarri Joseph and Mohammed Shami didn't allow DC's big guns to get going in the beginning but the home side managed to get some momentum toward the end and scored 162/8 in their 20 overs. Prithvi Shaw fell to Shami attempting a big pull shot early on after which Mitchell Marsh could not make a mark yet again, becoming Shami's second wicket. 




While Warner seemed to have steadied things up, Alzarri Joseph came in and picked two wickets after which Sarfaraz tried rebuilding the innings with debutant Abishek Porel. Porel, however, fell to Rashid Khan off the latter's first ball of the match.


 It was the Axar Patel show briefly after that as the all-rounder smashed 36 in 22 balls on a pitch where Warner and Sarfaraz struggled to keep a strike rate of over 100. It was the late big hits from Axar and Porel, along with a last-ball four from Anrich Nortje, that got DC past the 160-run mark in conditions that seem to be favoring the pace bowlers. 




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