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IPL: Amit Mishra gets out in unique manner against Sunrisers

NEW DELHI: Delhi Capitals' Amit Mishra has recorded his identify in the historical past books by getting out in a singular approach - obstructing the sphere - all over an IPL Eliminator fit in opposition to Sunrisers Hyderabad at the ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday.

The incident came about in the final over of the Delhi innings when the veteran leggie ran utterly in the midst of the turf and the throw hit him. There was confusion some of the umpires as SRH appealed for obstruction. But the umpires first went up for a caught-behind appeal and that was given no longer out. SRH then known as for obstructing the sphere. Mishra was clearly observed changing his route mid-way while going for a unmarried and the ball hit his arm. He was in any case given out for obstruction.

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It began after paceman Khaleel Ahmed came up with a fuller-length supply and it was outdoor off. Mishra swung his bat however overlooked. Mishra and Keemo Paul went for a bye. Saha overlooked the throw at his finish. Ahmed amassed it and threw it at non-striker's finish but it hit Mishra who modified his route while running.

Yusuf Pathan was the primary batsman to be given out in the similar approach in 2013 while taking part in for Kolkata Knight Riders in opposition to Pune Warriors India in Ranchi.

Chasing a target of 163, Delhi Capitals, who had misplaced the way after a blazing start, had been dropped at cusp of victory by young Rishabh Pant, who smashed 49 off 21 balls with 5 sixes as West Indies' Paul finished it off the penultimate ball of the innings with a boundary off Khaleel.

Delhi Capital will now face Chennai Super Kings in Qualifier 2 on Friday (May 10) in their bid to make it to the maiden IPL final in opposition to Mumbai Indians on May 12.

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