The majority of Punjab Kings’ runs against Delhi Capitals were scored by Prabhsimran Singh. Singh scored 103 runs in 65 deliveries.
Prabhsimran Singh, a batsman for the Punjab Kings, shone on Saturday at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi by smashing a magnificent hundred against the Delhi Capitals.
In order for Punjab Kings to finish the tournament with 16 points, they must defeat Delhi Capitals in this game
In the meantime, in Delhi, on a difficult surface, Prabhsimran batted at a different level.
With 10 fours and 6 sixes, Prabhsimran Singh scored 103 runs off 65 balls. In the Indian cash-rich league, he rose to the position of 12th centurion for Punjab. After Mayank Agarwal’s 106-run performance in September 2020, PBKS scored its first hundred runs.
“I intended to take my time and catch the ball as it was about to fall. I set out to make this season a successful one. For the set batsman, the surface was easier despite being difficult for batting. I still celebrate in this manner during the domestic season.”
“At the celebration, the management was thanked. The wicket made it simple to play pace bowlers, and the balls fell into my slot. When Singh was knocked down, he said, “We were thinking about 170 and we got close to it.”
In their 20 overs, Punjab made a notable 167/7. While the other batters managed to score 51 runs, 13 of them were extras, and more than 61 per cent of those runs came from Singh’s bat. Sam Curran’s bat produced the second-best score for the PBKS team, making 20 off 24 balls.
For PBKS, it was difficult going. In the powerplay, they lost three batters: Shikhar Dhawan, Liam Livingstone, and Jitesh Sharma. The score after the first six overs was 46/3. In the first 30 balls, Prabhsimran scored just 27 runs.
He then attacked the opposition, scoring 76 runs in the next 35 balls. Singh and Sam Curran brought order to the situation and put on a 72-run partnership for the fourth wicket.