KKR stormed into the final of the Indian Premier League on the back of a convincing 28-run win.
Chasing 143, KKR pulled-off a last over win by seven wickets against SRH on Sunday.
Chasing a modest target of 150 on a featherbed, Gambhir anchored the chase to perfection with an unbeaten 65.
RR’s Tambe takes ‘two-ball’ hat-trick as KKR, cantering towards win, lose 6 wkts for 2 runs to surrender match.
In RCB’s next match, it was umpire Billy Bowden’s turn to face Kohli’s wrath after a dubious lbw decision.
The heist KKR pulled off against RCB was as memorable as the Chris Lynn catch that set it up.
Shah Rukh Khan says: “I am happy watching match at my home. I don’t want to go there and this I am not saying because of ego and arrogance. If this (invite me to watch match at Wankhede stadium) happens someday we will see…”
It was KXIP surprisingly who had refreshingly thought out of the box.
The only surprise decision came from Kings XI Punjab who retained the uncapped Manan Vohra.
A documentary film on the team KKR is on the cards.
Gavaskars son Rohan,incidentally,is named after West Indian batting legend Rohan Kanhai.
Hyderabad qualified for IPL play-offs after defeating Kolkata by five wickets.
The comeback win against Rajasthan on Friday has taken Hyderabad closer to the play-offs.
On May 3,minutes before the Rajasthan Royals match against KKR at Eden Gardens,Royals opener Ajinkya Rahane found himself facing an unusual challenge.
Rajasthan Royals continue their tradition of innovation,get every player in squad to speak