One game, that is the thing that all it took for the main Super Over-finish in the Dream11 Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 and it was Delhi Capitals, who proved to be the best, beating Kings XI Punjab at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday. 

Requiring 158 rushes to win, KXIP were looking careful so far, scoring 30 off 26 balls. DC at that point got 4 wickets for 5 runs. To start with, Mohit Sharma castled Rahul for 21. 

R Ashwin, astonishing the last of the powerplay, at that point excused Karun Nair and Nicholas Pooran. Nonetheless, Ashwin, plunging to spare a run, harmed his shoulder on the last chunk of the equivalent over. 

While Ashwin needed to stroll off from the field, Kagiso Rabada got Glenn Maxwell out for 1. KXIP lost one more wicket as Sarfaraz Khan left not long after his side crossed the fifty-run mark. 

Agarwal, who had opened the batting alongside Rahul, and K Gowtham then included 46 runs together, pushing KXIP past 100. In any case, the organization was broken as Rabada picked his subsequent wicket, excusing K Gowtham. 

Agarwal, who raised his fifty in the eighteenth over with a six, however kept the KXIP trusts alive. The right-hander ran hard between the wickets and cleared the ropes no sweat at the passing. 

KXIP needed 25 runs in the last 2 overs and Mayank nearly got them through. Notwithstanding, with the scores tied and KXIP needed to score 1 off 2 balls, Mayank, in the wake of scoring 89, got this show on the road on the penultimate chunk of the last finished. Stoinis then excused Chris Jordan as Rabada clutched a catch at short square-leg to drive the game into the Super Over. 

Rabada, who had prior gotten two wickets in his 4-over spell, at that point got KL Rahul and Nicholas Pooran and limited KXIP to 2. DC, who required 3 to dominate the match in Super Over, without losing a wicket. 

Prior, KXIP struck ahead of schedule subsequent to choosing for bowl as DC lost Shikhar Dhawan through run-out. Shimron Hetmyer, on DC debut, got an early respite off Mohammad Shami's bowling. Be that as it may, the right-arm pacer didn't need to stand by too long to even think about striking, excusing Hetmyer and Prithvi Shaw in his second over to diminish DC to 13/3 after 4 overs. 

Captain Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant at that point began modifying the innings. The two finished the 50-run organization in the twelfth over before Iyer hit K Gowtham for two sixes in the thirteenth over to take DC near 80. 

Be that as it may, the organization was broken, graciousness debutant Ravi Bishnoi's lady IPL wicket, as he excused Pant for 31. Shami, who had bowled three overs in the powerplay, at that point returned into the assault and got his third wicket as Iyer died for 39. 

Axar Patel was the following man to get out after Sheldon Cottrell, another IPL debutant, had the DC all-rounder got behind the wickets. The left-arm pacer added one more wicket to his count on the last chunk of the spell, excusing R Ashwin. 

DC required something exceptional and Marcus Stoinis conveyed and how. The Australian all-rounder went for a hard and fast assault, pounding 53 off 21 balls, with the assistance of 7 fours and 3 sixes. 

Stoinis was in the end run-out in the last finished, however not before he hit 2 fours and the same number of sixes to take his group to 157/8. 

Brief Scores: Delhi Capitals 157/8 (Marcus Stoinis 53, Shreyas Iyer 39; Mohammad Shami 3/15) tied Kings XI Punjab 157/8 (Mayank Agarwal 89, KL Rahul 21; Kagiso Rabada 2/28) 

In Super Over: 

Delhi Capitals 3/0 beat Kings XI Punjab 2/2