Indian Premier League, 26th match: Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab at Delhi, Apr 23, 2011
Delhi Daredevils won by 29 runs
23 April 2011 - night match (20-over match)

Srivastava to Warner, no run, back of a length, pushed off the back foot towards extra cover


Srivastava to Warner, 1 leg bye, Srivastava has Warner in a bit of trouble, the ball cannons off Warner's pads towards the leg side, stifled appeal from the bowler for lbw, Warner is racing out of his crease, before scrambling back and diving to make his ground


Srivastava to Sehwag, 5 wides, big movement for Srivastava, unfortunately for him that starts on leg and swings a long way down, that was 138kmh


Srivastava to Sehwag, 1 run, Sehwag stands tall, punches the ball towards point and scrambles a single


Srivastava to Warner, SIX, take that! a length ball is cleanly hit by Warner, goes over the bowler's head and over the sight screen as well, Warner shows he has plenty of power


Srivastava to Warner, FOUR, not as convincing from Warner this time, the ball moves away from him as he looks to cut, it is on to him quicker than he expected and the ball flies off the top edge past slip


Srivastava to Warner, 1 run, tucked behind square leg for a single, Punjab call for the break, which Nitin Sundar wants to be known as the Statsguru time-out. The stat is: Gilchrist has hit most sixes in both Test cricket and in IPL

Delhi Daredevils 70/0   SJ Srivastava 1-0-17-0

Srivastava to Sehwag, 1 run, lovely from Sehwag, lifts his front leg as he glances the ball down towards fine leg


Srivastava to Warner, 1 run, short and wide, Warner lashes the ball towards deep point for a single


Srivastava to Sehwag, 2 runs, short ball rises sharply on Sehwag, an ungainly nurdle as he gets the ball away from shoulder height, Sehwag has to dive to make his ground as he comes back for the second, and that's his first half-century of the season, Sid Monga points out another first, first dive he's seen Sehwag dive to make his ground


Srivastava to Sehwag, SIX, nothing working for Punjab, Sehwag gets a top edge as he pulls the ball, gets the top-edge and the fielder at deep square leg was interested but it just about clears him and the rope


Srivastava to Sehwag, 2 runs, smashed off the front foot through extra cover


Srivastava to Sehwag, 1 run, a slow full toss to end the over, inside-edged onto the pads, Sehwag doesn't know where the ball is after it cannons off the pads, it's behind his leg, Warner calls him through for a single

Delhi Daredevils 128/0   SJ Srivastava 2-0-30-0

Srivastava to Warner, 2 runs, length ball outside off, played with soft hands towards cover by Warner, some sloppy work from the Punjab fielder allows a second


Srivastava to Warner, 1 run, full and into the pads, Warner whips it towards mid-on, a direct hit at the stumps, and Delhi take the overthrow that takes them to 150


Srivastava to Nagar, no run, jags in from a short of a length to cramp Nagar who wanted to guide that to third man


Srivastava to Nagar, no run, Nagar drops his wrist and lets it go as the ball angles across him from a short of a length


Srivastava to Nagar, 1 wide, this was a short one and just outside off, no shot offered by Nagar, expect a big swipe next ball


Srivastava to Nagar, no run, no swipe from Nagar, short of length and outside off, stabbed towards short third man


Srivastava to Nagar, no run, that ends a superb over from Srivastava, Nagar looks to power the ball through off but it sneaks under his bat

Delhi Daredevils 151/1   SJ Srivastava 3-0-34-0

Srivastava to Ojha, no run, slow bouncer there, batsman was too early to make contact


Srivastava to Ojha, 1 run, Ojha again aims a swipe to midwicket, takes a blow on his ribs as he can't get hold of the ball


Srivastava to Venugopal Rao, FOUR, beautiful hit from Venu, makes room and carves it over extra cover for a boundary that brings up the first 200 of the season


Srivastava to Venugopal Rao, no run, another bouncer, once more batsman makes no contact


Srivastava to Venugopal Rao, 1 run, bowler pushes the ball wide as he sees the batsman making room, batsman has to lean across to reach, get it towards deep point


Srivastava to Ojha, SIX, once again the over ends with a six, gets the front leg out of the way and looks to power the ball towards extra cover, a ball of an edge bu there is still enough on that to sail over the point boundary

Delhi Daredevils 209/4   SJ Srivastava 4-0-46-0





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