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  • 2012 Champions League Twenty20

    Perth Scorchers vs Delhi Daredevils - Match 15

    October 21, 2012, 10:30PM AET Newlands, Cape Town

    Match Status: Completed
    Delhi Daredevils won by 3 wickets

  • Delhi Daredevils 7/ 123 (19.3)
  • Perth Scorchers 5/ 121 (20.0)
  • Delhi Daredevils won the toss and elected to bowl
  • Graph
  • Current Run Rate: 6.31
BatsmenRB4s6sS/R
P Negi*7710100.00
AB Agarkar11720157.14
This Partnership:19 Runs From 11 Balls (R/R: 10.36)

BowlersOMRWEcon
NJ Rimmington*3.302928.29
JM Mennie4.002125.25

Last Wicket:Ojha, 6 (c:Ronchi b:Coulter-Nile, Over: 17.4)
Last 5 overs:W 1wd . 1 W . . | . . . 4 3wd 1 . | . . . W . 1 | 1 1 4 1b . 2 | 4 1 4
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20th Over
MATCH RESULT: Delhi Daredevils 7/123 (Sehwag 52, Pathan 14, Agarkar 11*, Beer 2/18, Mennie 2/21) df. Perth Scorchers 5/121 (S. Marsh 39, Katich 34, M. Marsh 20, Morel 3/19, Agarkar 2/14) by three wickets. Points: DEL 4, PRS 0. MOM: Agit Agarkar (DEL).
Agit Agarkar has been named man of the match with a terrific all around game, 2/14 with the ball and helping to see the Daredevils home with the bat. That is all we have for you for this match. Stay tuned for the next match in the CLT20 beginning shortly.
They had every chance with an over to go but two boundaries were enough for the Daredevils to get over the line. They'll likely advance to the Semi Finals while the Scorchers will head home after the Group Stage as they still search for a win.
Conditions were tough for batting throughout the game and it showed, the bowling was tight and the Scorchers kept themselves in the game by taking wickets on a regular basis. They came close but ultimately came up short with their modest total of 121.
A thrilling end to the match with the Delhi Daredevils getting up with three balls to spare to give themselves the best possible chance of making the Semi Finals.
Over 19.3: Rimmington to Negi, FOUR, full length ball angled across outside off, shuffles across and flicks it wide of mid on and finds the rope to win the match for the Daredevils!
Over 19.2: Rimmington to Agarkar, one run, slower ball angled in to middle and leg, dabs it to short mid wicket for an easy single, fielders need to be in closer, three needed
Over 19.1: Rimmington to Agarkar, FOUR, low full toss angled in, backs away and slap it past extra cover, desperate dive can't stop it and it finds the rope. 4 needed from 5, big boundary that, advantage Delhi!
19th Over
Down to the last over. 8 needed from it. Nathan Rimmington to bowl it from the Kelvin Grove End.
Over 18.6: Mennie to Negi, two runs, slaps a low full toss up to long off, they charge back for the second with Mitchell Marsh having to run to his right to field it. DEL 7/114 (Negi 3, Agarkar 6)
Over 18.5: Mennie to Negi, no run, full and angled across outside off, swings hard and misses, big dot ball
Over 18.4: Mennie to Agarkar, bye, slower length ball now, swings and misses, Negi charges through for the bye, alert running, 10 from 8 required
Over 18.3: Mennie to Agarkar, FOUR, big shot! full and outside off, makes room and crunches it over mid off with the field up, finds the rope, 11 needed from 9
Over 18.2: Mennie to Negi, one run, short outside off, backs away and uppercuts this to third man, 15 needed from 10
Over 18.1: Mennie to Agarkar, one run, throws the bat at a full and wide one, lands in front of Hogg at deep cover, just the single, 16 needed from 11
18th Over
Confusion in that over. The umpire referred the Ojha dismissal which looked to have been a no ball but the batsman was sent on his way regardless. Prior to that, Ojha did nick the ball but was given not out. What drama! Joe Mennie back at the Wynberg End.
Over 17.6: Coulter-Nile to Agarkar, one run, throws the bat at a short ball just outside off, lands safely at mid off, single taken. DEL 7/105 (Negi 0, Agarkar 1)
Over 17.5: Coulter-Nile to Agarkar, no run, short of a good length ball outside off, beats the edge
Ojha c Ronchi b Coulter-Nile 6 (11b 1x4 0x6). FOW 7/104. Agit Agarkar in.
Over 17.4: Coulter-Nile to Ojha, no run, OUT, Coulter-Nile gets his man, short ball just outside off, rises on him, healthy edge and Ronchi completes the catch
Over 17.3: Coulter-Nile to Ojha, no run, beaten once again outside off as he tries to run it to third man
Over 17.2: Coulter-Nile to Ojha, no run, APPEAL, beaten by a length ball that nips away outside off, Scorchers all up, they think he's nicked it, not out says Umpire Asad Rauf
Over 17.1: Coulter-Nile to Ojha, no run, short ball decks back in and cramps him for room, defends to backward point, no run

Perth Scorchers: Shaun Marsh, Herschelle Gibbs, Simon Katich, Mitch Marsh, Marcus North (c), Luke Ronchi (wk), Nathan Rimmington, Joe Mennie, Brad Hogg, Michael Beer, Nathan Coulter-Nile

Delhi Daredevils: Mahela Jayawardene (c), Virender Sehwag, Kevin Pietersen, Unmukt Chand, Ross Taylor, Irfan Pathan, Naman Ojha (wk), Pawan Negi, Ajit Agarkar, Morne Morkel, Umesh Yadav


Umpires: Asad Rauf (PAK), Taufel, SJA (AUS)
Third Umpire: Erasmus, M (SAF)
Match Refree: Madugalle, RS (SLA)

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