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LSG vs DC, IPL 2024: Catch the action in Images

Updated On Apr 13, 2024 12:36 AM IST
  • Kuldeep Yadav's 3/20 and a big-hitting show by Jake Fraser-McGurk, Rishabh Pant and Prithvi Shaw helped Delhi Capitals beat Lucknow Super Giants by six wickets.
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A spin-bowling masterclass from Kuldeep Yadav followed by a power-hitting show by Jake Fraser-McGurk, Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant helped the Delhi Capitals end their losing streak with a comprehensive six-wicket win over the high-flying Lucknow Super Giants. (ICC-X) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Apr 13, 2024 12:36 AM IST

A spin-bowling masterclass from Kuldeep Yadav followed by a power-hitting show by Jake Fraser-McGurk, Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant helped the Delhi Capitals end their losing streak with a comprehensive six-wicket win over the high-flying Lucknow Super Giants. (ICC-X)

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Lucknow Super Giants got off to a good start despite losing Quinton de Kock early thanks to captain KL Rahul, who seemed to have rediscovered his mojo in an innings in which he scored 39 off 22 balls. (LSG-X) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Lucknow Super Giants got off to a good start despite losing Quinton de Kock early thanks to captain KL Rahul, who seemed to have rediscovered his mojo in an innings in which he scored 39 off 22 balls. (LSG-X)

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Lucknow were flying until Kuldeep Yadav turned the tables in the eighth over with two wickets off consecutive balls. He dismissed Marcus Stoinis with his fourth delivery and then the in-form Nicholas Pooran with his fifth. (ANI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Lucknow were flying until Kuldeep Yadav turned the tables in the eighth over with two wickets off consecutive balls. He dismissed Marcus Stoinis with his fourth delivery and then the in-form Nicholas Pooran with his fifth. (ANI)

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LSG found themselves eventually floundering at 94/7 but a record eighth-wicket stand between Ayush Badoni and Arshad Khan propelled them to 167/7. Badoni remained unbeaten on 55 off 35 balls while Arshad scored 20 in 16 and the pair put up 73 runs off 42 balls - the highest-ever eighth wicket stand in the history of the IPL. (ANI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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LSG found themselves eventually floundering at 94/7 but a record eighth-wicket stand between Ayush Badoni and Arshad Khan propelled them to 167/7. Badoni remained unbeaten on 55 off 35 balls while Arshad scored 20 in 16 and the pair put up 73 runs off 42 balls - the highest-ever eighth wicket stand in the history of the IPL. (ANI)

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DC hit the ground running with Prithvi Shaw scoring 32 off 22 balls(DC-X) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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DC hit the ground running with Prithvi Shaw scoring 32 off 22 balls(DC-X)

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While Shaw's opening partner David Warner fell early, debutant Jake Fraser-McGurk lived up to his billing as a big-hitter by smashing the ball to all parts early in his innings. The stand between him and Shaw produced 39 runs in just 21 balls. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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While Shaw's opening partner David Warner fell early, debutant Jake Fraser-McGurk lived up to his billing as a big-hitter by smashing the ball to all parts early in his innings. The stand between him and Shaw produced 39 runs in just 21 balls. (AFP)

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Fraser-McGurk then slowed down after Shaw fell and LSG's spinners started starving DC for runs. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Fraser-McGurk then slowed down after Shaw fell and LSG's spinners started starving DC for runs. (AFP)

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However, he picked the pace back up and put a stand of 77 runs off just 46 balls with captain Rishabh Pant. Fraser-McGurk eventually scored a half-century and was dismissed on 55 off 35 balls. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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However, he picked the pace back up and put a stand of 77 runs off just 46 balls with captain Rishabh Pant. Fraser-McGurk eventually scored a half-century and was dismissed on 55 off 35 balls. (AFP)

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Pant continued the rampage and was eventually stumped off Ravi Bishnoi on 41 off 24 balls. Shai Hope and Tristan Stubbs then saw DC home, with the latter ending the chase with a six off the first ball of the 19th over.  expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Pant continued the rampage and was eventually stumped off Ravi Bishnoi on 41 off 24 balls. Shai Hope and Tristan Stubbs then saw DC home, with the latter ending the chase with a six off the first ball of the 19th over. 

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