Delhi pulled back ROI from 161 for 3 to 182 for 8 and then dismissing thme to a meagre 252. Ishant Sharma was the main architect of the ROI collapse as he took the crucial wicket of Rahul Dravid to get in the ROI middle order.
Along with Pradeep Sangwan, he ripped through the middle order to get Delhi right back in the match and apply pressure on ROI. With Mohammed Kaif, playing a fighting innings of 29 in the middle, but he eventually rest out of partners.
Harbhajan Singh then steadied the ship in the end as he the score cross the 250 mark before Ishant rattled Munaf Patel's stumps to end the innings and put Delhi on top.