In a recent IPL match between Gujarat Titans (GT) and Delhi Capitals (DC), GT faced a significant setback, recording their lowest total in IPL history. DC’s bowlers displayed brilliance, while Jake Fraser-McGurk, Abhishek Porel, and Shai Hope contributed crucial cameos to guide DC to a six-wicket victory at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

The match saw GT being bowled out for a mere 89 runs, setting their lowest total in IPL history. This disappointing performance adds to their list of low scores, including 125/6 against DC in 2023, 130 against Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in 2024, and 135/6, also against LSG.

Among teams dismissed for low scores against DC are Mumbai Indians (MI) with 92 in IPL 2012, Rising Pune Super Giants (RPSG) with 108 in IPL 2017, and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) with 110/8 in IPL 2012.

In the match, DC won the toss and elected to field first. Despite Rashid Khan’s valiant effort, GT struggled to build a substantial total, with only three batters reaching double figures. DC’s bowlers, including Mukesh Kumar, Ishant Sharma, and Tristan Stubbs, delivered fiery spells to restrict GT to 89 runs in 17.3 overs.

In the chase, Jake Fraser-McGurk provided a solid start for DC, but the team faced some hiccups along the way. However, skipper Rishabh Pant and Sumit Kumar ensured a comfortable victory for DC, reaching the target in just 8.5 overs with six wickets to spare.

Rishabh Pant’s outstanding performance earned him the ‘Player of the Match’ award for his exceptional glovework behind the stumps.

With this win, DC secured the sixth spot on the points table with three wins and four losses, totaling six points. GT also have six points but occupy the seventh spot due to net run rate considerations.

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