DC vs SRH: David Warner could have scored a century, but himself… Rovman Powell told the whole story after the match

Mumbai. David Warner, representing Delhi Capitals in the current season of IPL (IPL-2022), made a strong performance against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Thursday. Warner scored 92 runs in 58 balls hitting 12 fours and 3 sixes and returned unbeaten. Warner, who was the man of the match, could have completed the century but he told Rovman Powell during the match one thing which the West Indies player has shared.

Powell played long shots in the last over against Sunrisers. David Warner Didn’t get a chance to complete the century. Powell said about the conversation with Warner about the last over, ‘At the beginning of the over I told him do you want me to take a run so that you can complete a century. He said, listen, cricket is not played like this. You should try to play as many long shots as possible and I did.

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Rovman Powell of West Indies has played for Delhi Capitals in the current season of IPL at different numbers in the batting order. Powell on Thursday asked Delhi skipper Rishabh Pant to show faith in him as the No.5 batsman. Powell landed at number-5 against Sunrisers Hyderabad and played an important role in Delhi’s victory.

Powell scored an unbeaten 67 off 35 balls in the match played at the Brabourne Stadium. He made a century partnership with David Warner (92 not out) as Delhi won the match by 21 runs. Powell told Star Sports after the match, ‘I told him (Pant) to trust me as the number five batsman. Give me a chance to start. Let the first 15-20 balls be understood. That’s how I want to bat. After the first 20 balls, I will try to take full advantage of that.

He later told reporters, ‘Before playing in the IPL, I knew that I was in good form. I knew I had worked hard. The 28-year-old all-rounder made his debut in the Indian Premier League as the number six batsman. After this he landed at number five in 2 matches but again he was sent to number six. When he was sent to number 8, he was very disappointed. Powell said, ‘It was a little difficult for me in the beginning of IPL but I believed in myself. I had a conversation with Rishabh. Told them that I was a little disappointed to land at number 8.

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