It was a night to forget for Chris Morris as his Delhi Daredevils slumped to a 10-wicket defeat against the Kings XI Punjab.
On the occasion of his 30th birthday, his team crashed to the equal third-lowest score in IPL history of 67, the same score posted by the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2008.
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With the bat, Morris could only manage two off five balls before being caught and bowled by Axar Patel. Meanwhile, Kagiso Rabada was one of only three Daredevils batsmen to reach double figures as he made 11 off 20, before falling to Sandeep Sharma.
Needing something special with the ball to defend the incredibly low total, Rabada and Morris both went wicketless at the cost of 18 and 13 runs respectively as countryman Hashim Amla (16) and Martin Guptill (50) scored the required runs inside eight overs to record their fourth victory of the tournament.