IPL 2021: No team won the match after losing their skipper for a run out, SRH skipper David Warner dismissed for a run out, will it affect their chances of winning?
Will the Hyderabad squad get affected with their skipper David Warner's dismissal?
SRH skipper, David Warner gone for a run out in the third over during their innings.
The Indian Premier League 2021 has brought a lot of excitement among India during the era of COVID-19 pandemic. Starting from April 9, IPL 2021 has been one of the topic that never gets dry in India. People all over the nation as well as the world are quite aware of the teams fighting each other to win the title. With so much of enthusiasm, even the teams are playing well enough and MS Dhoni led Chennai Super Kings are sitting on the top of the points table.
Talking about the teams, the tournament has reached to it’s 20th encounter between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Where Capitals opted to bat first, they set a decent run chase of 160 for the Hyderabad squad. Starting off well, SRH openers, skipper David Warner with Jonny Bairstow alongside went to open their innings.
The partnership of both the players seemed to go pretty well until the third over when the skipper David Warner was caught on run-out. Bowling in the field, Ravichandran Ashwin attacked Bairstow but with the confusion, Warner set off to run and had to leave the field for a run out. With a score of just 6 runs off eight balls, he was sent out of the field.
Now, what the question arises is, no other skipper who has been run out before, has been able to win the match. Seems like Warner and Co will also have to step up their game as their team has been affected due to his dismissal. However, there’s no certainty with the result yet, SRH could face the downfall if they did not be in their form again.
However, with such a great unit of bowlers in the opposite team, Sunrisers Hyderabad would be in pressure to balance the score. Delhi Capitals has been on the side of an advantage since the SRH skipper, Warner has been run out.