Delhi Capitals’ Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 season is getting from bad to worse as the team continues to struggle also in the ongoing match against Gujarat Titans being played right now.
It was Delhi captain David Warner who won the toss and opted to bat first. However, the team got off to a terrible start. They lost their 1st wicket on the first ball as Phil Salt departed.
Soon, they lost their 2nd wicket, that followed with 3rd wicket for 16 runs and in the next 7 runs, they lost further 2 wickets and were reduced to 5 wickets for just 23 runs.
Axar Patel and Aman Khan tried to rebuild the inning, however, it was an uphill task in hand for the duo.
The all the wreckage that was caused in Gujarat today in the match, all the credits for that goes to none other than Indian cricket team’s star pacer Mohammed Shami, who took 4 wickets of the 5 as the other 1 was a run out of captain David Warner. See how Twitterati reacted.
Ek hi timepass hai single logon ka use bhi yeh Delhi jaisi teams kharab kar rahe hai.— Prithvi (@Puneite_) May 2, 2023Advertisement
Purple Cap holder in IPL 2023 – Shami.— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) May 2, 2023
It's great news for Indian cricket with the WTC & World Cup. pic.twitter.com/Ezr9qOVVJ2
Sensational Shami. Gets better with age. What a spell. #GTvDC pic.twitter.com/ka4dNgI9GV— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) May 2, 2023
We need this beast mode of Shami in the World Cup, man can be a game changer for us. #GTvsDC pic.twitter.com/6jYXdvh8Ko— Vaishnavi✨ (@BludVirat) May 2, 2023
This version of Mohammed Shami could be really dangerous in the World Cup. #IPL2023pic.twitter.com/UULK3L0G1r— Farid Khan (@_FaridKhan) May 2, 2023
Those first few overs from #Shami were ideal Test match lengths. Such a treat to watch that perfect seam position off his hand.— R P Singh रुद्र प्रताप सिंह (@rpsingh) May 2, 2023
Great signs for India, especially ahead of the WTC final.#IPL2O23 #GTvDC
If your girlfriend ever leaves you, don't be like Kabir Singh. Be like Md Shami.#INDvENG pic.twitter.com/X51etJphaA— Anant Kashyap (@theanantkashyap) June 30, 2019