Vijay Shankar (36* off 29) and Harshal Patel (36* off 16) scripted Delhi's recovery after a pedestrian performance from the top-order, helping the hosts reach 162 for five with an unbeaten 65-run stand off 32 balls Delhi cricketer Vijay Shankar plays a shot during the T20 cricket match at the Feroz Shah Kotla cricket stadium in New Delhi/ AFP Delhi restored some pride with an upset 34-run win over the formidable Chennai in a dead rubber of the T20 on Friday.
In the 52nd match of Vivo Indian Premier League (IPL 2018) MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will take on Delhi Daredevils led by Shreyas Iyer at Ferozshah Kotla ground in New Delhi.
ICC working group to meet BCCI officials in Delhi News 15 May 2018, 16:26 IST New Delhi, May 15 (PTI) The ICC working group will be meeting the senior BCCI officials here on Thursday to discuss some of the prevailing issues in world cricket including the future of Tests.
After Delhi once again failed to reach the T20 play-offs, the capital franchise's CEO Hemant Dua on Sunday expressed disappointment and blamed injuries to key players for the team's poor show Shreyas Iyer After Delhionce again failed to reach the T20 play-offs, the capital franchise's CEO Hemant Dua on Sunday expressed disappointment and blamed injuries to key players for the team's poor show.
Thanks to Kohli (70 off 40) and de Villiers (72 not out off 37), Bangalore raced to the 182-run target in 19 overs despite being reduced to two for 18 in the third over Bangalore captain Virat Kohli leaves the pitch after getting dismissed during the T20 2018 cricket match between Delhi and Bangalore.
The hunt was held in Mumbai (April 23rd and 24th) followed by Bangalore (April 28 and 29) and will continue in Chennai (May 14-15) and Pune (May 21).
By IANS NEW DELHI: In a bid to develop budding cricketers in the national capital, Cricket Academy of Pathans (CAP) launched its first centre here in the presence of cricketer and academy Director Yusuf Pathan at the Vidhya Bharati School here on Friday.