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IPL, Kolkata vs Bangalore, Match 24, Match Report
IPL 4 (2011) - Post-Match COW Reports Wednesday, 04 May 2011 19:59
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24th T20: Kolkata vs Bangalore (Winner: Bangalore)

Bangalore won by 9 wickets with 11 balls remaining ( Kolkata 72% | Bangalore 28%)

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match : C Gayle Eden Gardens, Kolkata (22 April 2011)

KKR went off on a flier and by the time Haddin was out they were 44/1 after 5 with 53% COW. Kallis and Gambhir steadied the innings and when Kallis fell KKR were ready to launch at 104/2 after 14 with 55% COW. 67 runs came off last 6 overs thanks to a Yusuf Pathan special cameo as KKR ended with 171/5, their COW at 63%. RCB has a tough task on their hand but soon the tables were turned. A blistering century partnership between Gayle and Dilshan was broken by Balaji but by then RCB were in total command at 131/1 after 13 with 63% COW. Kohli played a cameo but it was Gayle’s hurricane century that truly destroyed KKR.

  1st Innings (KKR) - 20 overs Maximum  
arrow 5 overs: KKR 44/1 KKR 53% After a bright start by Haddin, Kallis
      and Tiwary consolidated to get a good start. Kolkata’s chances increased by 1% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: KKR 76/1 KKR 56% Kallis and Tiwary continued to pick the
      gaps and get a few singles increasing Kolkata’s advantage. Kolkata’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: KKR 114/2 KKR 56% After Kallis came Pathan and Bangalore
      had no respite. Kolkata’s chances did not change during this period.
arrow 20 overs: KKR 171/5 KKR 63% Some monstrous hits from the bat of
      Yousuf Pathan got Kolkata to a formidable total. Kolkata’s chances increased by 7% during this period.
  2nd Innings (RCB: Target 172) - 20 overs Maximum  
arrow 5 overs: RCB 46/0 RCB 42% Gayle showed the struggling West Indies
      team what they were missing by launching into the Kolkata bowlers. Bangalore’s chances increased by 5% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: RCB 92/0 RCB 52% While Dilshan was playing pretty well,
      he was a sideshow to the Gayle show like the Kolkata bowlers. Bangalore’s chances increased by 10% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: RCB 152/1 RCB 79% Kolkata might really be ruing the fact
      that Gayle went from their hands into Bangalore. Bangalore’s chances increased by 27% during this period.
arrow 18.1 overs: RCB 175/1 RCB 100% Gayle force blows … ah, forget it, he
      played a superb innings, lets just leave it at that. Bangalore won by 9 wickets.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 20:01
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