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IPL 2017: Highest run scorers, wicket-takers after Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad

Leading run scorers(orange cap) and wicket takers(purple cap) after Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Mohammad Shami and Corey Anderson were brilliant in Delhi’s win yesterday

For the last couple of weeks, a lot of cricket ‘experts’ criticised Rahul Dravid strategies for the Delhi Daredevils this IPL. Their batting order looked bizarre, they made unnecessary replacements and their bowling combinations were weird. However, one thing was clear as crystal through it all. 

Their only concern was to put nascent talent at the forefront of their priorities. 

Yesterday, it finally paid off for the team. Everything was stacked against them – they were playing against one of the best batting-bowling combinations of the tournament and were chasing a daunting target of 185 after being bowled out for 67 in their last match against a not-so-good Kings XI attack.

However, the talent that DD keep talking about honing, finally reared its beautiful head yesterday. Between Karun Nair, Sanju Samson, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant, the Delhi Daredevils scored 130 runs in 84 balls. 

The experienced players were effective for DD as well. Mohammad Shami and Amit Mishra pulled things back in the first innings when Yuvraj Singh was going full guns blazing. Corey Anderson’s mature knock in the last lap of the second innings, which got his team over the line. Delhi Daredevils won by six wickets at the end of it all. 

Also Read: Rishabh Pant's aggressive 20-ball 34 is the SK Turning Point of the match

Here are the leading run scorers and wicket takers after Delhi Daredevils vs Sunrisers Hyderabad. 


Leading run scorers – 

PositionPlayerMatchesInningsRunsAverageStrike Rate100s50sHighest
1David Warner
(SRH)
101048961.12150.4613126
2Gautam Gambhir
(KKR)
101038755.29135.310476*
3Robin Uthappa
(KKR)
10938442.67170.670587
4Shikhar Dhawan
(SRH)
101036936.9125.510277
5Steve Smith
(RPS)
9932446.29136.710284*
6Suresh Raina
(GL)
101031845.43138.860284
7Brendon McCullum
(SRH)
101031831.8148.60272
8Hashim Amla
(KXIP)
883156314012104*
9Sanju Samson
(DD)
9931334.78137.2811102
10Nitish Rana
(MI)
101031234.67129.460362*

Leading wicket takers – 

PositionPlayerMatchesWicketsOversRuns5 WicketsEconomyBest Figures
1Bhuvneshwar Kumar
(SRH)
10214026516.625 for 19
2Imran Tahir
(RPS)
10163930907.923 for 18
3Mitchell McClenaghan
(MI)
10154036309.073 for 24
4Chris Morris
(DD)
9123124007.744 for 26
5Rashid Khan
(SRH)
10124027306.823 for 19
6Jasprit Bumrah
(MI)
10124032108.023 for 24
7Andrew Tye
(GL)
6122114116.715 for 17
8Sandeep Sharma
(KXIP)
8113026208.734 for 20
9Nathan Coulter-Nile
(KKR)
51118.215208.293 for 21
10Yuzvendra Chahal
(RCB)
101132.324907.663 for 16

Both David Warner and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are not only leaders of the orange cap and purple cap tables respectively, they have also ensured that they lead by a significant gap. Their performance in the this year’s IPL is one of the main reasons why SRH have all but made it to the playoffs with three matches to go.

Apart from them, Shikhar Dhawan and Rashid Khan are also constants in the top 10 in their respective lists. This is the symbol of a complete team, and SRH easily are one of the most complete teams in this year’s IPL.

They might’ve suffered the odd loss yesterday, but still are one of the top 3 contenders for the trophy this year and might as well end up defending their championship. 

Let us look at the points table now. 

Points Table – 

KKR have a chance to go top of the table tonight
PositionTeamPlayedWonLostNo ResultNet Run RatePointsLast ResultNext Opponent
1 Mumbai Indians108200.42716Beat RCB by  wicketsDD
2 Kolkata Knight Riders107300.84914Lost to SRH by 48 runsRPS
3 Sunrisers Hyderabad116410.65913Lost to DD by 6 wicketsRPS
4 Rising Pune Supergiant10640-0.17912Beat GL by 5 wicketsKKR
5 Kings XI Punjab94500.2288Beat DD by 10 wicketsRCB
6 Delhi Daredevils9360-0.0946Beat SRH by 6 wicketsGL
7 Gujarat Lions10370-0.3236Lost to RPS by 5 wicketsDD
8 Royal Challengers Bangalore11281-1.4415Lost to MI by 5 wicketsKXIP
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