Maxertainment 3: KKR stun last year runners up RCB
Sourav Ganguly-led Kolkata Knight Riders registered their second consecutive victory after they beat the Bangalore Royal Challengers by wickets at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday. With this win they have now defeated the two finalists of the IPL season . Knight Riders made a blazing start of their innings in order to chase down the modest target set by Bangalore Royal Challengers. Openers Manoj Tiwary and Brad Hodge gave a tremendous start to the Knight Riders. Together they put up the opening stand of runs.
Tiwary, after making his maiden IPL half-century, got out to van der Merwe’s delivery. Brad Hodge also became the victim of van der Merwe after scoring . Sourav who had failed to get any score on the board last time looked good today and his off a Del Steyn delivery reminded his golden days. He was unlucky to get out while trying to hit the winning shot.
The Challengers, after a disastrous start, managed to set the target of to Kolkata Knight Riders. Earlier, Knight Riders captain Sourav Ganguly won the toss and elected to field first against the Bangalore Royal Challengers at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.
Charles Langeveldt and Angelo Mathews soon justified Ganguly’s decision and got the two quick wickets of SP Goswami and Manish Pandey. Goswami was caught by Ishant Sharma, while Pandey was bowled by Mathews.
After the two quick wickets, the Bangalore was looking to consolidate the innings but Murali Kartik gave them another jolt when he got the wicket of Virat Kohli. He was caught by Angelo Mathews. All eyes were on Rahul Dravid after the devastating start, but he too disappointed everyone and became the second victim of Angelo Mathews.
Robin Uthappa, who was trying to have a good partnership with Kallis, walked down the track and went for the lofted big hit but ended up nicking it behind the wicket, Mathews was the bowler.
RE van der Merwe was caught by Hodge and Mathews picked up his fourth wicket. However, Jacques Kallis remained not out on .
Posted on March 14, 2010, in Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore and tagged Angelo Mathews, Anil Kumble, Brad Hodge, Charles Langeveldt, eden gardens, Gowswami, IPL, IPL 2010, ipl 3, Ishant Sharma, jacques kallis, KKR, Kolkata Knight Riders, Manish Pandey, Manoj Tiwary, Murali Karthik, Owais Shah, rahul dravid, RCB, Robin Uthappa, Roelof vander Merwe, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sourav Ganguly, virat kohli. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.