DY Patil T20 Cup: Dhawan has 69 in vain while Reliance 1 loses to Indian Oil in the final
NAVI MUMBAI: India's first match Shikhar Dhawan The 69 were in vain when their Reliance 1 team lost to Indian Oil in the final of the 16th DY Patil T20 Cup on Friday.
Dependency 1 lost by 11 runs in the summit clash, as Indian Oil restricted them to 183/7.
Previously, Indian Oil earned 194/5 on the back of his employer Aditya Tare is undefeated 75.
Dhawan (69 of 41 balls; 6x4, 2x6) led the chase of his team without help, like all other Reliance 1 hitters, including Hardik Pandya (0), hesitated in the DY Patil Stadium here.
The three players from India, Dhawan, Hardik and Bhuvneshvar Kumar, returned to competitive cricket in this tournament after suffering injuries.
Dhawan was trapped in horrible confusion and was left without him. This eventually led to the loss of Reliance 1.
Hardik, who had helped Reliance 1 beat BPCL in the semifinal by breaking 158 undefeated with only 58 balls, perished for a first duck in the final. Hardik gave Siddhesh Lad a babysitter.
Bhuvaneshwar Kumar It was expensive with figures of 0/50 of his four overs in the final.
However, for his show throughout the tournament, Hardik won three awards: Maximum Sixes, Best Batsman and Player of the Tournament.
Pawan Negi He was injured while batting, after being hit in the face when trying to make a shot. He was immediately taken off the field.