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IPL, Kochi vs Kolkata, Match 45, Match Report
IPL 4 (2011) - Post-Match COW Reports Saturday, 14 May 2011 00:09
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45th T20: Kochi vs Kolkata (Winner: Kochi)

Kochi won by 17 runs (Dominance | Kochi 8% | Kolkata 92%)

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match : B Hodge Nehru Stadium, Kochi (5 May 2011)
cow-analysis

KTK lost Baz in the first over and struggled as they scored just 35/2 in 6 with 42% COW. Apart from Jayawardene who scored a fifty other threw away their starts till he found support in Hodge whose rapid 35 helped KTK end with 156/5 with 45% COW. KKR got off to a brilliant start as Morgan and Kallis put together a steady stand but Kallis and Gambhir fell off consecutive deliveries as KKR reached 69/2 after 11 with 56% COW. Morgan scored his first fifty of IPL but wickets kept falling at the other end as KKR could only score 139/7 and lost the match by 17 runs.

 
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  1st Innings (KTK) - 20 overs Maximum  
 
arrow 5 overs: KTK 30/1 KTK 43% McCullum got out to another waft but
      Patel arrived and played some fabulous strokes against Lee. Kochi’s chances decreased by 2% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: KTK 69/2 KTK 45% Patel also went the way of McCullum but /td>
      a superb six from Jayawardene was the highlight of this period. Kochi’s chances increased by 2% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: KTK 98/4 KTK 39% Kochi were letting the innings slip away
      as both Klinger and Jadeja got out trying to push the run-rate higher. Kochi’s chances decreased by 6% during this period.
arrow 20 overs: KTK 156/7 KTK 45% Brett Lee had a bowled better than his
      figures performance before Brad Hodge took out his international career frustrations out on him to the tune of 22 runs. Kochi’s chances increased by 6% during this period.
       
  2nd Innings (KKR: Target 157) - 20 overs Maximum  
     
arrow 5 overs: KKR 40/0 KKR 58% Morgan and Kallis both were scoring at
      a quick clip as Kolkata got a good start. Kolkata’s chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: KKR 69/0 KKR 60% The opening pair slowed down a bit but
      with Kolkata’s middle order left, they still had a lot of firepower left. Kolkata’s chances increased by 2% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: KKR 100/3 KKR 56% Morgan was playing well but a double
      wicket strike from Gomez pushed Kochi’s case further. Kolkata’s chances decreased by 4% during this period.
arrow 20 overs: KKR 139/7 KKR 0% Kochi bowled exceptionally well, not
      allowing Morgan or Pathan any loose balls to dispatch to the boundary. Kochi won by 17 runs.

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