6,6,6,6,6 Rovman Powell’s storm before IPL 2023, atmosphere of happiness from West Indies to Delhi

Centurion: The first match of the thrilling 3-match T20I series between South Africa and West Indies was played at Centurion on 25 March. Due to rain, this match of 20-20 overs was reduced to 11-11 overs, which the Caribbean team won by batting fast. Especially the new captain of the team, Rovman Powell, won everyone’s heart with his stormy batting. At the same time, along with West Indies, Delhi Capitals will also be very happy with his batting. Rovman Powell shines ahead of IPL 2023

West Indies cricket team’s star all-rounder Rovman Powell was making his captaincy debut in the first T20 against South Africa. He was seen spewing fire with his bat in this match. Powell, batting at an incredible strike rate of 238, hit 43 runs in 18 balls, in which his bat saw 1 four and 5 sky-high sixes. Not only this, but he also remained unbeaten till the end and played an important role in helping his team win the match by 3 wickets. Powell was also awarded the Player of the Match award for his stormy batting.

At the same time, IPL franchise Delhi Capitals will be very happy with this deadly form of Powell. Let us tell you that Powell plays for Delhi Capitals in IPL and he will soon join the team for IPL 2023. Powell being in this form ahead of the start of the new season bodes well for DC.

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The condition of the first match was something like this

West Indies won the toss and decided to bowl first against South Africa. In such a situation, the host team South Africa, batting first, put 131 runs on the board at the loss of 8 wickets in 11 overs. David Miller top-scored for Africa with a quick 48 runs. Chasing a big target of 132 runs, the Caribbean team achieved this target with 3 wickets and 3 balls remaining. However, with this win, West Indies have now got a 1-0 lead in the series.
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