Kings XI Punjab beat Delhi Capitals: Here are records brokenLast updated on Apr 02, 2019, 12:12 am
Kings XI Punjab scripted a great turnaround as they defeated Delhi Capitals by 14 runs in match number 13 of the IPL 2019 at the PCA Stadium in Mohali on Monday.
Batting first, Kings XI posted a decent total of 166/9.
In reply, at one stage, DC were sailing through but once Rishabh Pant departed, they witnessed a batting collapse.
Here're the records broken.
How did the match pan out?
Winning the toss, DC invited KXIP to bat first.
While it was David Miller, who played a knock of 43, Chris Morris claimed 3/30 as KXIP posted a total of 166/9.
DC lost Prithvi Shaw on the first ball but top-order contributed to take them to 144/4.
However, they lost the next six wickets for eight runs with Sam Curran taking a four-wicket haul.
First-ever run out
An unwanted first for Mayank Agarwal
Top-order batsman Mayank Agarwal registered an unwanted record against DC. This is the first time he has been run-out in his IPL career.
The incident happened during the eighth over, as Harshal Patel bowled a slower one to Sarfaraz Khan, who played it to mid-off.
Mayank ran four-five steps, only to be denied by Sarfaraz, while Shikhar Dhawan directly hit the stumps.
Chris Morris is in elite company
In an interesting record, DC pacer Chris Morris eclipsed Morne Morkel in terms of three-wicket hauls, claimed by a bowler, in the league.
He became the third most successful South African bowler in terms of three-wicket hauls.
Morris currently has seven hauls. Among Proteas, the list is led by Imran Tahir who has 10 three-wicket hauls. Next comes legend Dale Steyn, who has eight.
Sam Curran joins a special list
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Irfan Pathan (3 times)
Praveen Kumar (1)
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M Vijay (1)
Jofra Archer (1)
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KXIP better themselves in head-to-head records
As KXIP pulled off a win over DC, they now dominate in the head-to-head record against the Shreyas Iyer-led side.
Out of 23 IPL matches, KXIP have 14 wins, while DC have won the remaining nine.
In India, out of 21 matches, KXIP lead by 13 victories, whereas, DC have only nine.
In Mohali, in seven matches, KXIP have pocketed six till date.