Delhi Capitals seemed to be in a party mood after their stunning win over Sunrisers Hyderabad by 39 runs. Ishant Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan were seen breaking into 'Bhangra' post the win as the duo seemingly celebrated late into the night.
However, the advisor of Delhi Capitals Sourav Ganguly and assistant coach Mohammad Kaif decided to stick to their daily routine and stay focused. They decided to hit the gym. The duo were seen working out, as the former Indian captain, Ganguly, became the instructor. Delhi Capitals shared the video on Twitter.
Later Mohammad Kaif took to Twitter and said that he had an epic time with his new gym instructor. Here's the tweet.
Both Ganguly and Kaif have played a lot of Cricket with each other. Ganguly was the Indian captain when Kaif had played a memorable match-winning knock in the 2002 tri-series final which helped India pull off a famous win chasing a mammoth target of 326 against England. Kaif was also a member of India's 2003 World Cup squad which was led by Ganguly where they had finished as the runners-up.
Delhi Capitals are now on the second spot in the points table after two consecutive victories.
On Sunday's game against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Delhi Capitals were asked to bat first by SRH skipper Kane Williamson. They got off to a bad start as they lost both their openers Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan early.
Skipper Shreyas Iyer then added 49 runs for the third wicket with Colin Ingram. Ingram played an important cameo of a 24-ball 40 which included four boundaries and three maximums. Iyer then stitched in a 56-run fourth wicket stand with young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant.
Just when it looked like the Delhi skipper would take his team to good score, he was caught behind by Jonny Bairstow off Bhuvneshvar Kumar. He scored a good 40-ball 45 at a strike rate of 112.50 which helped the Capitals reach a competitive total of 155/7 in their 20 overs.
In reply SRH, got off to a good start as their star openers David Warner and Jonny Bairstow added 72 runs for the opening wicket. Warner scored yet another half-century which kept the 'Orange Army' in the hunt. He scored a brilliant 47-ball 51 at a strike rate of 108.51. However, post his dismissal, the 2016 winners lost all their remaining wickets for 10 runs to be bundled out for 116.