IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 Live Streaming: Try this method to watch do or die match live

IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 Live Streaming: Try this method to watch do or die match live

 IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 Live Streaming: The 14th season of the Indian Premier League ie IPL now has two matches, including the final. One of these matches will end today i.e. on October 13, while the team of Delhi Capitals will take on Kolkata Knight Riders. Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders will clash this evening in a very important match, which will be a do or die match for both the teams. The team that wins the match will face Chennai Super Kings in the final of IPL 2021 and the losing team's journey will end. In such a situation, this contest is going to be interesting, know about its live streaming and telecast details.

When and between which teams will the second qualifier match of IPL 2021 be played?

The second qualifier match of the 14th season of IPL between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders will be played on Wednesday, 13 October.

Where will the Delhi Capitals vs Kolkata Knight Riders Qualifier 2 match be played?

This match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders is to be played at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah.

At what time will the toss of IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 match?

The toss in the IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders will be held at 7 pm.

At what time will the Delhi vs Kolkata Qualifier 2 match begin?

The IPL 2021 qualifier match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders will start at 7.30 pm.

Where will the Delhi vs Kolkata IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 match be live streaming?

You can watch the live streaming of IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders on Disney Plus Hotstar, where commentary will be heard in several languages ​​apart from Hindi and English. Live streaming can also be seen on Jio TV.

Which channel will broadcast IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 live?

The Qualifier 2 match of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League will be played between Delhi and Kolkata, which can be seen live on Star Sports Network. On TV channels too, commentary will be heard on different channels in many languages ​​including Hindi and English.

You can also visit Dainik Jagran's Hindi / English website for all the information and updates related to IPL 2021 Qualifier 2 match.

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Rohit Sharma left behind, Bangladeshi all-rounder made record in T20 World Cup

Rohit Sharma left behind, Bangladeshi all-rounder made record in T20 World Cup

 Forced to play a qualifier match in the ICC T20 World Cup, Bangladesh came out to play against PNG in a do or die match on Thursday. The Bangladesh team was on the verge of being out of the tournament due to the loss of the first match. Batting first after winning the toss, the team scored 181 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs. In this match, captain Mahmudullah scored a brilliant half-century while Shakib Al Hasan played an innings of 46 runs. During this innings, he achieved a special achievement.

Against PNG, Bangladesh captain won the toss and decided to bat first. The team did not start well but the team's most experienced player Shakib Al Hasan took over the innings and scored 46 important runs for the team. The captain scored 50 runs off 28 balls and played a key role in taking the team to a challenging score.

Shakib is ahead of Rohit Sharma

Shakib has now reached the sixth position in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs in the T20 World Cup. He left behind Indian opener Rohit Sharma. He scored 46 runs in 37 balls against PNG. Thanks to this innings, he took the runs in the World Cup to 675 runs. Rohit has scored 673 runs in the tournament. Shakib managed to overtake him by two runs. However, till now India has not played a single match in this World Cup.

Most T20 World Cup runs

Former Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene has 1016 runs in 31 innings and is at the top of the list. West Indies' explosive batsman Chris Gayle (920) is at number two. In third place is former Sri Lankan opener Tillakaratne Dilshan with 897 runs. The fourth number comes from India's current captain Virat Kohli (777). Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers is at number five with 717 runs.

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