Delhi Capitals were bossing a larger part of the diversion when they fallen. Rishabh Pant played a careless stroke to trigger the breakdown and this possibly finished when the side was shot out for 152 in 19.2 overs. A gutted Delhi Capitals skipper Shreyas Iyer said that he was "puzzled" after his group lost seven wickets for eight keeps running in their 14-run annihilation to Kings XI Punjab.
DC were pursuing 144 for 3 in the seventeenth over, pursuing 167 and were along these lines bowled out for 152 in 19.2 overs. (Full scorecard)
"Truly frustrating. With the manner in which we were going, we came ball to ball and to lose from that point, truly baffling. We didn't play shrewd cricket and Punjab outflanked us in every one of the divisions. They were truly cool and quiet in that circumstance. I am extremely confused. It is a pivotal match and losing such matches won't profit us," Iyer said after the match
"The way Ingram was going, with ball to ball, it is extremely hard to see us losing wickets like that from outside and the batsmen not stepping up to the plate and win. In any case, it is great just as it happened right off the bat in the competition. We can address the mistakes and return solid. We didn't bowl that well in the powerplay, they came actually hard us yet we safeguarded great after that," he further included.
The skipper needs his side to stay spurred and continue taking a gander at positives as they walk ahead in the competition.
"It is truly going to be vital for us to remain inspired. These are the little factors we need to buckle down on. Rationally we have train ourselves on the best way to complete the diversions. We are getting great begins yet need to concentrate on winning the diversions," he said.
An enchanted KXIP captain Ravichandran Ashwin said that they were sitting tight for Rishabh Pant to commit an error and money in from consequently.
"Not may times, you guard. At the point when Rishabh hit the six, we simply expected to keep it together. Credit to Shami and Curran. We were likely 25 runs short. We supported ourselves to shield with three spinners."