Prithvi Shaw News
While Mumbai has been in excellent form, defeating their opponents one after another, skipper Shaw has had a mediocre outing with three half-centuries in five matches.
Shaw, whose team was sent into bat first, was dismissed off the very first over of the day by Yash Dayal, who had him taken by Priyam Garg.
Mumbai are set to play Uttarakhand in the quarter-finals and the Salil Ankola-led senior selection committee on Monday picked the 21-member squad, which was announced late night.
Bumrah bowled a furious bouncer to get rid of opener Shaw. The ball smashed the batter's gloves and went flying back to the wicket-keeper Ishan Kishan who grabbed a good catch diving forward.
Prithvi Shaw had been admitted to a hospital due to a high fever earlier this month.
Shaw missed the team's last three matches and after its win against against Rajasthan Royals on Wednesday, DC skipper Rishabh Pant said the Mumbaikar could be suffering from typhoid
"Prithvi is currently recovering well in a Mumbai hospital. He had to be admitted as he was running high temperature but his RT-PCR test turned out to be negative," said a senior BCCI source.
Buttler has so far hit 47 fours in 9 matches. Add his 36 sixes too to the list and you have the most fierce ball-striker in this IPL.
Delhi Capitals opener Prithvi Shaw admitted to the Level 1 offence under Article 2.2 of the IPL Code of Conduct and accepted the sanction.
RR opener Jos Buttler has smashed 42 fours and is well clear of Prithvi Shaw, the batter who is second with 34 fours
Prithvi Shaw has been in a sensational form in IPL 2022, scoring 217 runs in six matches at a strike rate of over 170.
Delhi, led by Rishabh Pant, put on an inspired performance to bowl out Punjab for 115 after electing to field first and then overhaul the target in 10.3 overs.
In 4 innings so far, he has scored 160 runs and as has always been the case with Prithvi, he takes off in the powerplay overs.
Kuldeep Yadav spun a web around Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday as Delhi Capitals won their IPL 2022 match by 44 runs at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.
Delhi Capitals posted 215/5 batting first, eventually winning the match by 44 runs against Kolkata Knight Riders.
If Shaw-Warner added 93 to set the platform, Shardul Thakur (29 not out off 11 balls) and Axar Patel (22 off 14 balls) added 49 in just 3.2 overs to finish the innings in style.
Invited to bat, Prithvi Shaw (51 off 29 balls) and David Warner (61 off 45 balls) struck half-centuries as Delhi Capitals piled up a commendable 215 for 5.
IPL 2022: How Lucknow Super Giants' calculated batting approach is helping them gain crucial momentum
Gone is the over-dependence on the top-order as Lucknow Super Giants have put together a batting line-up capable of performing at different times and in different situations.
Lucknow Super Giants beat Delhi Capitals by six wickets in their Indian Premier League match in Navi Mumbai on Thursday.
Chasing 178 for victory, Lalit (48) and Axar (38) lifted Delhi from a precarious 104-6 with an unbeaten stand of 75 to win with 10 balls to spare at Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium.