Warner powers Delhi Daredevils to easy win over Kolkata Knight Riders

Thursday, 02 May 2013 - 8:04


Delhi Daredevils rode on a well-paced half-century by David Warner, some quality bowling and some superb fielding to comprehensively beat Kolkata Knight Rider by 7 wickets in Raipur yesterday.

Chasing a modest target of 137, in-form David Warner and young Unmukt Chand added 95 runs for the third-wicket partnership as the 'home' team won the game with 13 balls to spare.

This was also a sweet revenge for Daredevils, who had lost in the tournament opener against the same side.

The win was Daredevils' third in the competition and with six points, they managed to stay afloat in the competition.

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