A maiden T20 hundred from Sanju Samson and a blistering unbeaten 38, off just nine balls, from Chris Morris, led Delhi Daredevils to their first win of the season, a 97-run mauling of Rising Pune Supergiant
After scoring his maiden T20 century to help Delhi Daredevils record their biggest win in the IPL, Sanju Samson was very pleased he was able to do "something special"
Sanju Samson and Sam Billings help Delhi post their first 200-plus total since April 2012.
Sanju Samson put behind a dodgy year to take his chance at No. 3 and produce a top-class innings for an inexperienced Delhi Daredevils batting line-up
In terms of selection and the use of tactics - lack of spin in the Powerplay, and the chase - Rising Pune Supergiant seemed a few steps behind
Rising Pune Supergiant won both their games against Delhi Daredevils last season. Can they keep that form going?
Delhi's biggest margin of victory before this game, back in March 2010
Mayank Agarwal has gone past 30 only ten times in 47 IPL innings before today
This was Delhi Daredevils' first 200-plus total since April 2012. In all, Daredevils have only posted three 200-plus totals.
Runs scored by Daredevils in the last four overs - the third-highest in the last four overs of an IPL innings. The top two scores belong to RCB - 89 and 77.
Number of runs conceded by Adam Zampa - his worst figures in T20 cricket.
Samson's highest T20 score, before today, against Jharkhand in the 2015-16 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in 2015. This is also his longest T20 innings.
Number of runs Daredevils scored in the middle overs (7-15), after slapping 62 in the Powerplay
Sanju Samson's fifty was his first in 16 innings across all T20s. He last hit a fifty in the 2016 IPL against Mumbai Indians in Delhi
Daredevils' Powerplay score was their best in five years. The last time they topped this effort was in 2012, against the erstwhile Deccan Chargers.