Pant, Samson fire as Delhi mow down 209

When Raina was dropped thrice in the first innings, throughts of Delhi winning wasn't fashionable. And it looked even farther when opener Karun Nair, also the captain, edged an upper-cut to the keeper, getting himself into an embarrasing tangle. But what followed was perhaps Dravid:
Rishabh Pant came out to bat at No.3. He missed his first ball, picking it off his pads but that was it for the night. 6 fours and 9 sixes followed in a stunning partnership with Sanju Samson, that connived not only Delhi's highest chase that's also the highest at Kotla, but also dumped Gujarat Lions out of the tournament.

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