IPL 2020: Wriddhiman Saha roars back to form, Rashid Khan spins magic yet again as SRH pummel DC

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Wriddhiman Saha roared back to form in just his second match of IPL 2020 as Sunrisers Hyderabad crushed Delhi Capitals by 88 runs in the 48th match of the tournament in Dubai on Tuesday. In a surprise move, Saha replaced Jonny Bairstow in the playing XI and opened the innings with skipper David Warner. Saha scored a blistering 87 runs off just 45 deliveries. Sportzpics
Wriddhiman Saha roared back to form in just his second match of IPL 2020 as Sunrisers Hyderabad crushed Delhi Capitals by 88 runs in the 48th match of the tournament in Dubai on Tuesday. In a surprise move, Saha replaced Jonny Bairstow in the playing XI and opened the innings with skipper David Warner. Saha scored a blistering 87 runs off just 45 deliveries. Sportzpics

Wriddhiman Saha roared back to form in just his second match of IPL 2020 as Sunrisers Hyderabad crushed Delhi Capitals by 88 runs in the 48th match of the tournament in Dubai on Tuesday. In a surprise move, Saha replaced Jonny Bairstow in the playing XI and opened the innings with skipper David Warner. Saha scored a blistering 87 runs off just 45 deliveries. Sportzpics

DC won the toss and opted to bowl, but their decision to do so quickly backfired as Warner and Saha forged a 107-run stand for the first wicket. Warner scored 66 runs on what was his 34th birthday. Sportzpics
DC won the toss and opted to bowl, but their decision to do so quickly backfired as Warner and Saha forged a 107-run stand for the first wicket. Warner scored 66 runs on what was his 34th birthday. Sportzpics

DC won the toss and opted to bowl, but their decision to do so quickly backfired as Warner and Saha forged a 107-run stand for the first wicket. Warner scored 66 runs on what was his 34th birthday. Sportzpics

The Capitals' bowlers had an off day with R Ashwin being one of the only two bowlers to scalp wickets. He broke the Warner-Saha partnership in the 10th over, while Anrich Nortje removed Saha five overs later. Sportzpics
The Capitals' bowlers had an off day with R Ashwin being one of the only two bowlers to scalp wickets. He broke the Warner-Saha partnership in the 10th over, while Anrich Nortje removed Saha five overs later. Sportzpics

The Capitals' bowlers had an off day with R Ashwin being one of the only two bowlers to scalp wickets. He broke the Warner-Saha partnership in the 10th over, while Anrich Nortje removed Saha five overs later. Sportzpics

Kagiso Rabada endured figures of 0/54 in four overs. This was for the first time in 25 IPL matches that he went wicketless, with the last instance coming back in 2017. SRH powered themselves to a mammoth total of 219-2. Sportzpics
Kagiso Rabada endured figures of 0/54 in four overs. This was for the first time in 25 IPL matches that he went wicketless, with the last instance coming back in 2017. SRH powered themselves to a mammoth total of 219-2. Sportzpics

Kagiso Rabada endured figures of 0/54 in four overs. This was for the first time in 25 IPL matches that he went wicketless, with the last instance coming back in 2017. SRH powered themselves to a mammoth total of 219-2. Sportzpics

DC batsmen showcased an unimpressive performance, with Rishabh Pant top-scoring with 36 runs. Sportzpics
DC batsmen showcased an unimpressive performance, with Rishabh Pant top-scoring with 36 runs. Sportzpics

DC batsmen showcased an unimpressive performance, with Rishabh Pant top-scoring with 36 runs. Sportzpics

Also See: IPL 2020: Bowling with clear mind is my biggest strength, says SRH's Rashid Khan

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IPL 2020: David Warner, Wriddhiman Saha's 107-run opening stand fires SRH to massive 88-run victory over DC

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