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'That was insane!'

Chasing 167, Delhi Capitals were cruising at 144 for 3 in 16.3 overs. Then came the capitulation. Kings XI Punjab took seven wickets in 17 balls, leaving Delhi 15 short of their target. Mohammed Shami and Sam Curran were the heroes for Kings XI with their bowling at the death.

Curran, playing only his second IPL game, was the Man of the Match. He scored 20 off 10 balls and took 4 for 11, including a hat-trick, off 2.2 overs.

Curran revealed he wasn't aware that he had taken a hat-trick.

There were celebrations in the Kings XI camp.

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VICTORY SELFIE #saddapunjab

A post shared by Mohammad Shami (@mdshami.11) on Apr 1, 2019 at 2:01pm PDT

And some puns.

It was the second straight chase that Delhi Capitals failed to close out. Against Kolkata Knight Riders, though, they went on to win in the Super Over.

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we'll rebuild & we'll come back stronger.

A post shared by Shreyas Iyer (@shreyas41) on Apr 1, 2019 at 9:14pm PDT