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IPL 2020 – 3 reasons for Delhi Capitals’ defeat Vs Mumbai Indians

IPL 2020 – Delhi Capitals debacle is not ending. Each time the team comes with the hope of victory and then some other result. Mumbai Indians have put the Delhi Capitals team in trouble. The playoff path has become even more difficult for the Delhi Capitals team. It remains to be seen what this team can do in the remaining matches. Mumbai Indians on the other hand, playing like a champion team, did not make any mistake in the match and kept a full grip.

No one thought of such a performance from the team of Delhi Capitals before the match started. Everyone was hoping that the Delhi Capitals team would go ahead, but now the path is becoming difficult. There will also be pressure from below teams and net run rate will also be important. However, the Delhi Capitals team has one match to play. Will have to see how the team plays in it. Mumbai Indians made it unilateral to give Delhi Capitals a chance in the match not once. This is the same Delhi Capitals team that has played big teams in the tournament.

3 reasons for the defeat of Delhi Capitals

Losing critical toss

Mumbai Indians captain Kiron Pollard won the toss and decided to field first and his bowlers took advantage of the pitch. Delhi Capitals batsmen could not stand in front of the new ball and then their condition was very bad during the entire innings. Delhi Capitals did not get a chance to recover from here.

Delhi’s flop batting

No batsman of the Delhi Capitals team could survive against the bowling of Mumbai Indians. Everyone kept coming and going out. Shreyas Iyer was the top scorer with 25 runs. If there was an attempt to stay for a while, Delhi’s runs could have been more.

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