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Ishant’s brilliant bowling kept Delhi’s challenge alive, Gujarat lost despite Hardik’s unbeaten half-century

The 44th match of IPL 2023 was played between Delhi Capitals and Gujarat Titans. In this match between the two teams, Delhi scored 130 runs while batting first. In reply, Gujarat Titans scored 125 for 6 in 20 overs and lost by 5 runs. Gujarat lost as finisher Rahul Tewatia was caught in the last over.

Delhi Capitals won the toss and elected to bat first. All the top and middle order batsmen failed to score big for Gujarat. Delhi had lost five wickets in just 6 overs of Powerplay. Mohammed Shami spent 7 runs in the first three overs of his quota and claimed the most four wickets. Shami took 4 wickets with a total of 11 balls in this match. Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya remained unbeaten on 59 runs. However, he was on a non-strike in the last balls and could not give the team victory.

Gujarat needed 12 runs from the last over to win. Captain Hardik Pandya and finisher Rahul Tewatia () were on the pitch. Rahul Tewatia again showed his best finisher qualities. Hyderabad needed 9 runs off the last four balls. On the other hand, Ishant Sharma with his vast experience was trying to lead Delhi to victory. Ishant caught Tewatia on the fourth ball of the over. Gujarat needed 9 runs off the last two balls and Rashid Khan was on strike. The Gujarat batsmen took two runs off the fifth ball. Even on the seventh ball of the over, Rashid could not tie the match by hitting a six. Gujarat lost by 5 runs.

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