Indian Premier League - 50th match

Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kochi Tuskers Kerala

Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 9 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)

6.1

Mithun to Klinger, 1 run, back of a length outside off, runs this down to third man

6.2

Mithun to Patel, 1 no ball, Caught off a no-ball. This one stopped a bit, lobbed to short midwicket. And what is this poor awareness of cricket laws? This is the second time in this IPL somebody has broken stumps when a batsman is walking off dismissed off a no-ball. That just won't earn you a run-out, boys. He doesn't know it is a no-ball, and is walking back in good faith, and not even trying a run. Aleem Dar has to remind Bangalore of that

6.2

Mithun to Patel, FOUR, short down the leg side, Patel gets enough bat on this to send it wide of the keeper

6.3

Mithun to Patel, 1 run, opens the face on this to get a single to third man

6.4

Mithun to Klinger, no run, cut away, Dilshan makes a diving save at point

6.5

Mithun to Klinger, 1 run, dropped to square leg for a single

6.6

Mithun to Patel, 1 run, another dab to third man for one

Kochi Tuskers Kerala 58/1   A Mithun 1-0-9-0

11.1

Mithun to Hodge, 1 wide, and resumes with a wide down the leg side

11.1

Mithun to Hodge, no run, gets his line right now, back of a length, just outside off, defended

11.2

Mithun to Hodge, 1 run, comes down the track, is cramped up by a short delivery, runs this down to third man

11.3

Mithun to Jadeja, 1 run, angled across Jadeja, who gets a thick edge to third man

11.4

Mithun to Hodge, 1 run, steered away to third man, and Kaif runs to his right to keep them down to one

11.5

Mithun to Jadeja, 1 run, punched away square for a single

11.6

Mithun to Hodge, 1 run, full toss, flicked to midwicket for one

Kochi Tuskers Kerala 81/4   A Mithun 2-0-15-0

19.1

Mithun to Powar, 2 runs, driven past extra cover and they come back for two

19.2

Mithun to Powar, 1 run, yorker, hit down to long-off for one

19.3

Mithun to Jadeja, OUT, and another one bites the dust. Jadeja makes room, heaves, gets a thick edge, Kaif comes in running from sweeper-cover, shouts mine loud and clear, fending off Gayle and Vettori, and makes the catch low in front of him

RA Jadeja c Kaif b Mithun 23 (41m 22b 2x4 0x6) SR: 104.54

19.4

Mithun to Powar, OUT, RP is gone too. Lazy running, this was like he had come for an evening jog in the park. Powar looks for the scoop, ends up hitting his own pad, the ricochet goes to the right of the keeper, and RP is lethargic in taking the single. AB, as usual, is superb, and hits then stumps direct

RP Singh run out 0 (1m 0b 0x4 0x6) SR: -

19.5

Mithun to Parameswaran, 1 run, makes room, hits this down to long-off for one

19.6

Mithun to Powar, 2 runs, full toss, hit hard down the ground, and Tiwary makes a diving save at long-off, saving two runs

Kochi Tuskers Kerala 125/9   A Mithun 3-0-21-1
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May 8, 2011

Chris Gayle is about to loft down the ground, Bangalore v Kochi, IPL 2011, Bangalore, May 8, 2011

Chris Gayle is about to loft down the ground

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May 8, 2011

Tillakaratne Dilshan goes hard through point, Bangalore v Kochi, IPL 2011, Bangalore, May 8, 2011

Tillakaratne Dilshan goes hard through point

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