Memorable Fifty on Debut match by Delhi Capitals batter

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There are few Delhi Capitals franchise batsman played an impactful innings on their debut match in history of IPL cricket. Here is batsman list.

  1. Shikhar Dhawan ( 52 vs RR)

Legendary Indian opening batsman brought by Delhi in 2008 auction. He took 42 balls to scored 52 match winnings innings also Dhawan had built good partnership with Gambhir .

  1. Gautam Gambhir ( 58 vs RR)

Indian left handed world cup winning batsman also played for Delhi team. He scored 58 runs with 46 balls and stretch good partnership with Dhawan to chase down 130 runs within 15.3 overs.

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  1. David Warner ( 51 vs CSK)

Aussie marquee batter shown his skill from first match of IPL. As a youngster he played a magnificent knock against CSK team, scored 51 runs with 40 deliveries. After being a beautiful innings Delhi lost by 18 runs.

  1. Kedhar Jadav ( 50 vs RCB)

Indian spin all rounder debut for Delhi in 2010 season against RCB . He scored Kedar Jadhav’s debut sparkling half-century, AB de Villiers’ classy 45

 Delhi Daredevils crushing 17-run victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 20th match of a Indian Premier League.

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  1. Sam Billings ( 54 vs KKR)

English batter debut against KKR in 2016 season . He scored 54 runs innings with 34 balls to help build good total on scoreboard ,get good support from karun Nair to win this match by 27 runs.

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6. Jake Fraser – Mcgurk ( 55 vs LSG)

    Aussie uncapped batter impressed everyone yesterday night by playing a important innings against Lucknow team. He scored 55 runs with 35 balls and 157.75 strike rate and Delhi register first win against LSG team in history of IPL.

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