All is happening in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). IPL 12 is just 9 days old and witnessed all, incredible team performances as well as controversies. But on Saturday night fan witnessed electrifying match which turned into a tie and resulted first Super over of season 12 of IPL
Delhi Capitals defeated Kolkata Knight Riders After the scores of both teams were tie in the 10th match of IPL 12
The is just turned a week old. In the seven days’ time that has passed, we have already been treated to a host of incredible individual and team performances as well as controversies.
In which Delhi Capitals (DC) team scored 10 runs, and in response, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) batsmen made just 7 runs, which helped Delhi win the game by 3 runs in eliminator over. Capitals tasted victory with the charismatic bowling of Delhi bowler Kagiso Rabada.
Delhi Capitals beat Kolkata Knight Riders on Saturday as Kagiso Rabada defended 10 runs in the Super Over. With this win, Delhi are now up to the second spot in the table with four points.
Delhi Capitals: 10 Runs
Kolkata Knight Riders: 10 Runs
Chasing a target of 186, Delhi were on course to a comfortable win set up nicely by Prithvi Shaw’s 99 off 55 balls. However, a mini collapse and a brilliant last over by Kuldeep Yadav ensure the match went into a super over.
In the super over, Delhi scored 10 runs and Rabada executed yorkers perfectly to restrict KKR to 7/1 and deny a win.
Super over between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders on Saturday (March 30) was the eighth Super Over in IPL history.
The very first Super Over in IPL was bowled in IPL-2009 and year 2013 witnessed 2 Super Overs. The seasons which went without it are 2008, 2011. 2012, 2016 and 2018
List of Super Over In IPL History
|23-Apr-09||Cape Town||IPL||RR||18 for 0||KKR||15 for 1||Match 10|
|21-Mar-10||Chennai||IPL||KXIP||10 for 1||CSK||9 all out||Match 16|
|07-Apr-13||Hyderabad||IPL||SRH||20 for 0||RCB||15 for 0||Match 7|
|16-Apr-13||Bangalore||IPL||RCB||15/0||DD||11 all out||Match 21|
|29-Apr-14||Abu Dhabi||IPL||RR||11/0||KKR||11 all out||Match 19|
|21-Apr-15||Ahmedabad||IPL||KXIP||15 all out||RR||6 all out||Match 18|
|29-Apr-17||Rajkot||IPL||MI||11 all out||GL||6 for 0||Match 35|
|30-Mar-19||New Delhi||IPL||DC||10 for 2||KKR||7 for 1||Match 10|