Indian Premier League - 31st match

Pune Warriors v Chennai Super Kings

Chennai Super Kings won by 8 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)

1.1

Bollinger to Mishra, no run, Mishra charges at him, makes room too... so much room that he can't reach this half-volley outside off

1.2

Bollinger to Mishra, 1 run, short ball, hurries onto him, limply pulled away for one

1.3

Bollinger to Ryder, FOUR, edged away past the lone slip. To be fair to Ryder, his hands were soft and it wouldn't have carried to a second slip

1.4

Bollinger to Ryder, no run, swings away from wide outside off, Ryder drives powerfully, but can't beat the widish mid-off

1.5

Bollinger to Ryder, 1 run, angling into the pads, worked away for a single

1.6

Bollinger to Mishra, no run, comes at Bollinger once again, and swings wildly... at thin air, way inside the line of a length ball angling away from him

Pune Warriors 8/0   DE Bollinger 1-0-6-0

3.1

Bollinger to Ryder, OUT, Gone. It's a very good short delivery. Following him and higher than the chest, Ryder hardly gets any power behind it, and Anirudha takes a nice low catch at midwicket

JD Ryder c Anirudha b Bollinger 19 (12b 4x4 0x6) SR: 158.33

3.2

Bollinger to Mishra, no run, back of a length, outside off, played back to Bollinger

3.3

Bollinger to Mishra, OUT, Another short ball, another wicket! Pune disintegrating once again? Poor poor shot. He pulls but the weight doesn't go back, the ball gets a bit too big, and all he manages is a tame lob to short midwicket

MD Mishra c Jakati b Bollinger 2 (9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 22.22

3.4

Bollinger to Manhas, no run, angled away, left alone

3.5

Bollinger to Manhas, no run, another leave outside off

3.6

Bollinger to Manhas, no run, cuts him in two as the ball comes back in a touch - a double-wicket maiden here!

Pune Warriors 22/2   DE Bollinger 2-1-6-2

16.1

Bollinger to Yuvraj Singh, SIX, Clean strike. Yuvraj sees mid-off up in the circle, and chips this length ball over him. The timing is so clean it goes all the way

16.2

Bollinger to Yuvraj Singh, 2 runs, short ball, hurries onto him, but he still manages to clear the midwicket inside the circle

16.3

Bollinger to Yuvraj Singh, 1 run, another mis-timed pull lands safely, the top edge falls between the midwicket and deep square leg running around

16.4

Bollinger to Marsh, 2 runs, nicely guided square of third man, and comes back for two

16.5

Bollinger to Marsh, no run, plays and misses as he backs away ad looks to hit this square. The ball passes over the stumps

16.6

Bollinger to Marsh, 1 wide, very well bowled... called a wide? Oh come on! He saw Marsh back away, bowled full and wide, and it landed inside the crease, and also inside the guide lines. That's a harsh harsh call

16.6

Bollinger to Marsh, no run, slower ball, offcutter, beaten as he looks to open the face on this

Pune Warriors 113/5   DE Bollinger 3-1-18-2

18.1

Bollinger to Marsh, no run, looks for the slog and misses the line of the ball, which is angled across him

18.2

Bollinger to Marsh, OUT, Another short delivery gets a wicket. Bollinger has been hurrying the Pune batsman all day long, the same happens with Marsh, whose bottom hand comes off the bat as he pulls this. The top edge is accepted by Aswhin at deep square

MR Marsh c Ashwin b Bollinger 11 (15b 1x4 0x6) SR: 73.33

18.3

Bollinger to Yuvraj Singh, 1 run, near-yorker, whipped away to midwicket for one

18.4

Bollinger to Taylor, no run, slower ball, plays and misses, wants the bye, is sent back by Yuvraj. Would have been run out had Dhoni's underarm flick hit

18.5

Bollinger to Taylor, 1 run, another short ball that has jammed the batsman, will be just a single to short fine

18.6

Bollinger to Yuvraj Singh, 1 run, full delivery, heaved away into the on side, gets a single to deep midwicket

Pune Warriors 126/6   DE Bollinger 4-1-21-3
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Photos

Apr 27, 2011

Suresh Raina gets on top of a short delivery, Pune Warriors v Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2011, DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai, April 27, 2011

Suresh Raina gets on top of a short delivery

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Apr 27, 2011

S Badrinath pulls during his half-century, Pune Warriors v Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2011, DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai, April 27, 2011

S Badrinath pulls during his half-century

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