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Uttar Pradesh vs Delhi, Quarter Final 3 Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Uttar Pradesh vs Delhi, Quarter Final 3 21 Wednesday April 2021 014732000000 Uttar Pradesh won by 46 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 014732000000 UP - 280/7 (50) DEL - 234 (48.1) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 014732000000 CRR:  4.86 Player of the Match Upendra Yadav Scorecard Refresh Commentary That's a wrap of proceedings. Do remember to join us back on Thursday for the semi-finals. Until next time, cheers and goodbye!! Karan Sharma | Uttar Pradesh captain : The wicket played slow after the first innings as we witnessed in the previous matches here. So we wanted to bat first anyway. We were thinking around 285-290, we got 280 and our bowling was pretty good. They are bowling pretty well, it's good for the team. Pradeep Sangwan | Delhi captain: We thought it was a good batting wicket, the toss did not matter much. Compared to the last game where we chased a big total, we lost wickets up front and that cost us. Credit to UP as their bowlers kept picking wickets at regular intervals. The youngsters coming in have done well which is a positive and we have had a good season even though it was a short one. 17:22 local: Having lost momentum midway through the first innings, Delhi failed to recover since and after losing both openers inside two overs, the chase needed a special knock from one of the middle order batsmen. There were a couple of promising partnerships, but unlike UP batters, none of Delhi's batters cashed in after starts and with 104 needing off the last 10 overs, the wickets of both settled batters - Lalit Yadav and Anuj Rawat - in the span of 3 overs all but ended hopes of a comeback for the home team. The fifth-wicket 129-run partnership between Karan Sharma and Upendra Yadav in the first innings, eventually, proved to be game-changing and it also helped UP end Delhi's dream run of five successive wins which constitute 4 successful run-chases. Thanks to this win, Uttar Pradesh will now meet Gujarat at the same venue in the first semi-final on Thursday. Meanwhile, the second semi-final will be between Karnataka and Mumbai. 48.1 Akshdeep Nath to Simarjeet Singh, out Bowled!! You miss, I hit. Slower length ball aiming for the top of off and Simarjeet Singh's swung himself on the leg-side sans much conviction. Misses it completely and Delhi are out of the tournament. Uttar Pradesh seal this by 46 runs. Simarjeet Singh b Akshdeep Nath 4(9) Akshdeep Nath to Simarjeet Singh, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! Akshdeep Nath [3.4-0-29-1] is back into the attack DEL: 234-9 after 48 overs 47.6 Yash Dayal to Simarjeet Singh, 1 run, full at the pads and it's been clipped away to the right of fine leg 47.5 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, 1 run, full on the stumps, thumped away to long-on's left 47.4 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, FOUR , wild swipe across the line and Kulwant manages to get it flying over the mid-wicket fielder to his left 47.3 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, no run, slower and wider of off, Khejroliya slogs and gets beaten for lack of pace 47.2 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, no run, hammers the slower full ball back to the bowler who fails to take the return catch in his followthrough. Straight in and straight out 47.2 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, wide , back-of-the-hand slower ball that dribbles away well wide of off, Kulwant swings and misses 47.1 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, no run, looks to slog a slower ball and toe-ends it to mid-off DEL: 227-9 after 47 overs 46.6 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 1 run, full at the stumps, biffed down to long-on 46.5 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 2 runs, full and drifting down the leg-side, Khejroliya flicks and fine leg does well with a diving stop to prevent the boundary 46.4 Aaqib Khan to Simarjeet Singh, 1 run, full and wide of off, Simarjeet gets a thick inside edge on the heave to deep square 46.3 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 1 run, very full at the pads, whipped away to the right of deep mid-wicket 46.2 Aaqib Khan to Simarjeet Singh, 1 run, slower at the stumps, pulled away to the right of deep square 46.1 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 1 run, low full toss well wide of off, slogged off the toe-end to deep mid-wicket Load More Commentary

Uttar Pradesh vs Delhi, Quarter Final 3

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Uttar Pradesh vs Delhi, Quarter Final 3 21 Wednesday April 2021 014732000000

Uttar Pradesh won by 46 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 014732000000

UP - 280/7 (50)
DEL - 234 (48.1)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 21 Wednesday April 2021 014732000000
CRR:  4.86

Player of the Match

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That's a wrap of proceedings. Do remember to join us back on Thursday for the semi-finals. Until next time, cheers and goodbye!!

Karan Sharma | Uttar Pradesh captain: The wicket played slow after the first innings as we witnessed in the previous matches here. So we wanted to bat first anyway. We were thinking around 285-290, we got 280 and our bowling was pretty good. They are bowling pretty well, it's good for the team.

Pradeep Sangwan | Delhi captain: We thought it was a good batting wicket, the toss did not matter much. Compared to the last game where we chased a big total, we lost wickets up front and that cost us. Credit to UP as their bowlers kept picking wickets at regular intervals. The youngsters coming in have done well which is a positive and we have had a good season even though it was a short one.

17:22 local: Having lost momentum midway through the first innings, Delhi failed to recover since and after losing both openers inside two overs, the chase needed a special knock from one of the middle order batsmen. There were a couple of promising partnerships, but unlike UP batters, none of Delhi's batters cashed in after starts and with 104 needing off the last 10 overs, the wickets of both settled batters - Lalit Yadav and Anuj Rawat - in the span of 3 overs all but ended hopes of a comeback for the home team. The fifth-wicket 129-run partnership between Karan Sharma and Upendra Yadav in the first innings, eventually, proved to be game-changing and it also helped UP end Delhi's dream run of five successive wins which constitute 4 successful run-chases. Thanks to this win, Uttar Pradesh will now meet Gujarat at the same venue in the first semi-final on Thursday. Meanwhile, the second semi-final will be between Karnataka and Mumbai.

48.1 Akshdeep Nath to Simarjeet Singh, out Bowled!! You miss, I hit. Slower length ball aiming for the top of off and Simarjeet Singh's swung himself on the leg-side sans much conviction. Misses it completely and Delhi are out of the tournament. Uttar Pradesh seal this by 46 runs. Simarjeet Singh b Akshdeep Nath 4(9)

Akshdeep Nath to Simarjeet Singh, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

Akshdeep Nath [3.4-0-29-1] is back into the attack

DEL: 234-9 after 48 overs

47.6 Yash Dayal to Simarjeet Singh, 1 run, full at the pads and it's been clipped away to the right of fine leg

47.5 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, 1 run, full on the stumps, thumped away to long-on's left

47.4 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, FOUR, wild swipe across the line and Kulwant manages to get it flying over the mid-wicket fielder to his left

47.3 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, no run, slower and wider of off, Khejroliya slogs and gets beaten for lack of pace

47.2 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, no run, hammers the slower full ball back to the bowler who fails to take the return catch in his followthrough. Straight in and straight out

47.2 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, wide, back-of-the-hand slower ball that dribbles away well wide of off, Kulwant swings and misses

47.1 Yash Dayal to Khejroliya, no run, looks to slog a slower ball and toe-ends it to mid-off

DEL: 227-9 after 47 overs

46.6 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 1 run, full at the stumps, biffed down to long-on

46.5 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 2 runs, full and drifting down the leg-side, Khejroliya flicks and fine leg does well with a diving stop to prevent the boundary

46.4 Aaqib Khan to Simarjeet Singh, 1 run, full and wide of off, Simarjeet gets a thick inside edge on the heave to deep square

46.3 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 1 run, very full at the pads, whipped away to the right of deep mid-wicket

46.2 Aaqib Khan to Simarjeet Singh, 1 run, slower at the stumps, pulled away to the right of deep square

46.1 Aaqib Khan to Khejroliya, 1 run, low full toss well wide of off, slogged off the toe-end to deep mid-wicket