Indian Premier League - 18th match

Kochi Tuskers Kerala v Chennai Super Kings

Kochi Tuskers Kerala won by 7 wickets (with 12 balls remaining) (D/L method)

1.1

Vinay Kumar to Vijay, no run, movement as well, that goes away from Vijay although it swung after going past the batsman, left alone

1.2

Vinay Kumar to Vijay, no run, good length, Vijay defends solidly on the front foot

1.3

Vinay Kumar to Vijay, 1 run, outside edge, flies off the bat and runs down to third man quickly, there's a man there so that keeps it down to one

Chennai Super Kings 9/0   M Vijay 1* (3b)

2.1

Singh to Vijay, 1 wide, drifted down the leg side

2.1

Singh to Vijay, 1 run, turned away down to fine leg

Chennai Super Kings 11/0   M Vijay 2* (4b)

3.1

Vinay Kumar to Vijay, 1 run, outside edge again, goes down to third man, small misfield, but kept down to one

3.4

Vinay Kumar to Vijay, FOUR, smack! Vijay picks that up from just outside off and pulls with power over mid-wicket

3.5

Vinay Kumar to Vijay, 1 run, cut away, beats the man in the circle and is fielded at third man

Chennai Super Kings 18/1   M Vijay 8* (7b 1x4)

4.3

Singh to Vijay, FOUR, great timing on that, little bit of width offered and Vijay pushes into the gap behind square on the off side, classy shot

4.4

Singh to Vijay, FOUR, ooof! frustration for RP. Vijay gets an inside edge, just misses the off stump and races away for four

4.5

Singh to Vijay, no run, better line and length and defended into the covers

4.6

Singh to Vijay, no run, bouncer, takes off from back of a length and Vijay has to move out of the way to let the keeper take that

Chennai Super Kings 32/1   M Vijay 16* (11b 3x4)

5.4

Perera to Vijay, FOUR, driven so sweetly through the covers. Full ball, inviting the shot and Vijay isn't going to let those ones go. Beautiful timing

5.5

Perera to Vijay, FOUR, not as full, Vijay on one knee this time, caresses that through that covers, sublime

5.6

Perera to Vijay, no run, that one didn't bounce. Danny suggests a change of pace and it ends the over without a run

Chennai Super Kings 42/1   M Vijay 24* (14b 5x4)

6.4

Powar to Vijay, no run, played back to Powar, who fields off his bowling. Jackman has just hinted at Powar;s weight, saying "doesn't make all the training sessions". That was athletic

6.5

Powar to Vijay, FOUR, looking to toss it up again, driven with some force to long-off. Powar had no chance this time, even though it was hit past him

6.6

Powar to Vijay, no run, slightly short, guided to point, fielder cleans up

Chennai Super Kings 47/1   M Vijay 28* (17b 6x4)

7.2

Perera to Vijay, OUT, appeal and given! Full delivery, strikes Vijay on the front pad as he looks to turn that to the leg-side and misses, plumb in front, that was hitting middle and leg.

M Vijay lbw b Perera 28 (18b 6x4 0x6) SR: 155.55

Chennai Super Kings 48/2   M Vijay 28 (18b 6x4)
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Photos

Apr 18, 2011

Brendon McCullum flays one through the off side, Kochi Tuskers Kerala v Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2011, Kochi, April 18. 2011

Brendon McCullum flays one through the off side

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Apr 18, 2011

Ravindra Jadeja celebrates after hitting the winnings runs, Kochi Tuskers Kerala v Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2011, Kochi, April 18. 2011

Ravindra Jadeja celebrates after hitting the winnings runs

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