Indian Premier League, 39th match: Delhi Daredevils v Rajasthan Royals at Delhi, Apr 29, 2012
Delhi Daredevils won by 1 run
29 April 2012 - day/night match (20-over match)

Hogg to Sehwag, 2 runs, shorter from Hogg and Sehwag cuts it away through point, diving stop from Menaria.


Hogg to Sehwag, 1 run, tries to bowl his googly, shorter and picked well by Sehwag, pulls it away but straight to deep square-leg.


Hogg to Taylor, 1 run, outside the leg-stump and turning a little, tapped away to rotate the strike back.


Hogg to Sehwag, 1 run, wrong 'un once again and he picks him well, goes on to the back foot, cuts to point.


Hogg to Taylor, no run, wrong 'un to Taylor now, who late cuts it but goes to the point fielder.


Hogg to Taylor, no run, flighted but on the pads, Taylor plays it gently to the leg side, stray thoughts of a single are quashed very early.

Delhi Daredevils 58/2   GB Hogg 1-0-5-0

Hogg to Taylor, 1 run, short from Hogg, Taylor sees it early, wants to pull it but does not get it off the middle. Single is the result.


Hogg to Sehwag, SIX, goes for a big one and connects! Hogg pitched it up to the bat and Sehwag has managed to give himself room and lofting it over long-on


Hogg to Sehwag, 1 run, shorter from Hogg and cut away through the covers for a single


Hogg to Taylor, 2 runs, misfielded and a second for Taylor. Defended on the back foot to the leg side, takes a single, the sliding stop does not come off and they are able to take two.


Hogg to Taylor, 1 run, goes on to his back foot and taps it to the leg-side for a single


Hogg to Sehwag, FOUR, he is not sparing anyone, not even Hogg, who has had a good time in the IPL, was shorter in length and that is pulled away to mid-wicket for a four!

Delhi Daredevils 88/2   GB Hogg 2-0-20-0

Hogg to Sehwag, OUT, caught at sweeper, gone! This was shorter from Hogg and Sehwag went on to the back foot and tried to cut it away, but got the ball more in air than on the ground and the fielder dived in front to take a good catch under pressure.

V Sehwag c Menaria b Hogg 63 (60m 39b 8x4 2x6) SR: 161.53


Hogg to Taylor, 1 run, on the middle, Taylor comes forward, tapped away to the leg-side.


Hogg to Nagar, 1 run, played forward, to the leg side and is off the mark


Hogg to Taylor, no run, wrong 'un and Taylor defends on the front foot, almost flat-bats it like Ravi Shastri in his heydays.


Hogg to Taylor, 1 run, flicked away to the leg side for a single


Hogg to Nagar, no run, pitched right up, comes on to the front foot, plays it to the right of Hogg, who gives it a run, fields off his own bowling and despite the batsman wanting to go for it, prevents the possibility of a single

Delhi Daredevils 102/3   GB Hogg 3-0-23-1

Hogg to Ojha, 1 run, straighter one, defended on the back-foot to the off side and they take a single to point


Hogg to Nagar, no run, driven on the front foot to the right of Hogg, who fields.


Hogg to Nagar, 1 run, wrong 'un from Hogg, shorter and he is able to play it away to the off side for a single


Hogg to Ojha, SIX, shot and that is a six! It has almost come out of nowhere, he has only just come at the crease, it was pitched up and Ojha goes over long-off


Hogg to Ojha, no run, Ooo! Much slower, wrong 'un and he tries to go for a slog sweep and misses it completely!


Hogg to Ojha, 1 bye, beaten to a yorker! Pitched right up, missed completely, there was an appeal for an lbw but the umpire calls it a bye after the wicket-keeper missed it too.

Delhi Daredevils 114/4   GB Hogg 4-0-31-1





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