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IPL 5: Game 11: Delhi Vs Chennai Highlights

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Published: Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 0:02 [IST]
 
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IPL 5: Game 11: DC Vs CSK Highlights

New Delhi, Apr 10: Delhi Daredevils dominated Chennai Super Kings in Game 11 of IPL 5 and were a comfortable winner by eight wickets at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on Tuesday night.

[IPL 5: Game 11: Scorecard: Delhi Daredevils Vs Chennai Super Kings]

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Here are the highlights of this game.

# Delhi won in 13.2 overs, successfully chasing 111 for the loss of two wickets.

# This win was the biggest against Chennai in IPL in terms of number of balls. Delhi won with 40 balls remaining.

# Kevin Pietersen was playing his first match for Delhi team. He had earlier appeared for Royal Challengers Bangalore and Deccan Chargers

# Delhi hit 11 fours and 3 sixes

# Pietersen was the top scorer of the match with an unbeaten 43 off 26 balls with 3 fours and 2 sixes

# Virender Sehwag hit the 100th six of IPL 5 when he smashed an Albie Morkel delivery over deep extra cover

# Mahela Jayawardene was playing his 50th IPL match

# Jayawardene was making Delhi debut. He had previously played for Kings XI Punjab and Kochi Tuskers Kerala

# Kevin Pietersen hit the biggest six of the game, 95 metres

# The match started 30 minutes late due to wet outfield. There was rain earlier in the day

# Chennai Super Kings were off to a disastrous start losing the first wicket off the very first ball of the innings

# Chennai could only manage 110/8 in 20 overs

# Chennai"s opener Murali Vijay was run out off the first ball of the match without facing a ball

# There were four run outs in Chennai"s innings

# Vijay, S Badrinath, Suresh Raina and R Ashwin were the batsmen run out

# Chennai"s top scorer was Dwayne Bravo with 22 runs

# Chennai hit three sixes in their innings

# Chennai had six fours in 20 overs

# Morne Morkel was the highest wicket-taker for Delhi with 2/19 in four overs

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