The 39th match of the Indian Premier League between Virat Kohli led Royal Challengers Bangalore and Williamson led Sunrisers Hyderabad was a neck to neck fight. There have been so many ups and downs in the game that the points table keep shuffling as each match passes by.
Seven boundaries - including two maximums - kept his knock ticking over, and although he fell in the 12th over as the momentum was beginning to build. 6 runs come off the over as the RCB men run hard between the wickets.
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Local boy Siraj takes 3 wickets for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Kane Williamson was declared as Player of the Match.
Shakib provided the first breakthrough for the 2016 champions when he dismissed Parthiv Patel for 20 runs.
Earlier, the tourists rode on pace duo of Mohammed Siraj (3/25) and Tim Southee (3/30) and two impressive run-outs by skipper Kohli to restrict the hosts to a a below par 146. AB De Villiers went out with 5 runs on the board and Moeen Ali followed him with twice that score.
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Squad rotation is never a bad idea, and one can understand why RCB made changes as they searched for answers, but when you are struggling to win, often a little consistency is what helps bring the team together.
Afghan leg-spinner Rashid Khan was victim on both occasions. They understand their strengths, know their limitations. They understand their team and that's why they have been so successful. "Bowling wise, they are the number one team", said Kohli after losing the match in last over.
"As an all-round team Chennai and Punjab are good".
Security forces had a tough time controlling the clamouring crowd even as scores of fans, donning the orange jersey with the Sunrisers Hyderabad flag in hand, flocked the stadium hours before the contest got underway. However, the problem of failing to convert starts into big innings continued and he was undone by a beauty from Shakib Al Hasan. This was Sunrisers' fifth consecutive win in the tournament.
Mandeep Singh (21*) and De Grandhomme (33) would get the Royal Challengers within striking distance of a first away win but could get over the line and their five run loss leaves them joint bottom on six points.