DC vs KXIP HIGHLIGHTS: Mayank Agarwal heroics give fans season's first Super Over, Marcus Stoinis, Kagiso Rabada star for Capitals

Both teams ended with score of 157-8 and when it spilled to a Super Over, South African pacer Rabada conceded only two runs and took two wickets off successive balls to tilt in the favour of Delhi Capitals.
Mayank Agarwal orchestrated one of the great IPL chases to take his team knocking on the door of victory. KingsXI Punjab needed one run to win with three balls remaining. That was when Marcus Stoinis bowled a dot before picking two wickets in as many balls to send it to a Super Over. (Photo | PTI)
Mayank Agarwal orchestrated one of the great IPL chases to take his team knocking on the door of victory. KingsXI Punjab needed one run to win with three balls remaining. That was when Marcus Stoinis bowled a dot before picking two wickets in as many balls to send it to a Super Over. (Photo | PTI)
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Kagiso Rabada then proved why he is the 'King of Super Over' as the South African pacer conceded only two runs and took two wicket off successive balls to tilt the game in favour of Delhi Capitals. (Photo | PTI)
Kagiso Rabada then proved why he is the 'King of Super Over' as the South African pacer conceded only two runs and took two wicket off successive balls to tilt the game in favour of Delhi Capitals. (Photo | PTI)
Earlier, it was Stoinis whose late assault saw Delhi reach 157 for 8 in 20 overs with his 53 off 21 balls and 57 in the last three doing the trick. (Photo | PTI)
Earlier, it was Stoinis whose late assault saw Delhi reach 157 for 8 in 20 overs with his 53 off 21 balls and 57 in the last three doing the trick. (Photo | PTI)
In reply, KXIP were looking down the barrel with half of the side back in the pavilion before Mayank's 89 off 60 balls took them to 157 before Stoinis came back to strike with the ball. (Photo | PTI)
In reply, KXIP were looking down the barrel with half of the side back in the pavilion before Mayank's 89 off 60 balls took them to 157 before Stoinis came back to strike with the ball. (Photo | PTI)
It was Mohammed Shami's exceptional fast bowling spell that put the Capitals on the mat as they had not crossed 100-run mark even after 16 overs but Stoinis' whirlwind knock lifted the Delhi side to 157 for eight. (Photo | PTI)
It was Mohammed Shami's exceptional fast bowling spell that put the Capitals on the mat as they had not crossed 100-run mark even after 16 overs but Stoinis' whirlwind knock lifted the Delhi side to 157 for eight. (Photo | PTI)
Stoinis' timely and gritty batting ensured that the repair work done by skipper Shreyas Iyer (39) and Rishabh Pant (31) did not go waste. (Photo | PTI)
Stoinis' timely and gritty batting ensured that the repair work done by skipper Shreyas Iyer (39) and Rishabh Pant (31) did not go waste. (Photo | PTI)
Half the KXIP batsmen back in the pavilion and no big-hitting batsman left in the line up, Agarwal's heroic batting kept the game alive. (Photo | PTI)
Half the KXIP batsmen back in the pavilion and no big-hitting batsman left in the line up, Agarwal's heroic batting kept the game alive. (Photo | PTI)

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