Indian Premier League, 60th match: Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils at Dharamsala, May 15, 2011
Kings XI Punjab won by 29 runs
15 May 2011 - day/night match (20-over match)
0.1

Kumar to Ojha, 1 run, on the pads, flicked past square-leg for a single

0.2

Kumar to Warner, 1 run, on the pads again this time to the left-handed Warner who works it past square-leg for another single

0.3

Kumar to Ojha, 2 runs, short in length and outside off, steered past backward point for couple of runs. Two slips in place.

0.4

Kumar to Ojha, no run, on the middle stump line and Naman pushes it back to PK

0.5

Kumar to Ojha, 5 wides, the inswinger that lands around around off and middle and then seams away sharply past the pads.

0.5

Kumar to Ojha, 1 run, around the off stump line, dabbed to backward point

0.6

Kumar to Warner, no run, fullish, on the pads, rolls away to midwicket region

End of over 1 (10 runs) Delhi Daredevils 10/0 (161 runs required from 19 overs, RR: 10.00, RRR: 8.47)

    • DA Warner 1 (2b)
    • NV Ojha 4 (4b)
    • P Kumar 1-0-10-0
1.1

Harris to Ojha, no run

1.2

Harris to Ojha, no run, in the zone outside off, left alone

1.3

Harris to Ojha, no run, Ouch. It kicks up sharply from a length and that takes the batsman by surprise. He tries to stab it down and the ball rears up to hit his body.

1.4

Harris to Ojha, FOUR, leans forward to club this length delivery up and over mid-on and punches Warner's gloves

1.5

Harris to Ojha, 1 wide, drifts down the leg side for a wide

1.5

Harris to Ojha, no run, on the middle stump line, turned to midwicket

1.6

Harris to Ojha, no run, straightens outside off and Naman reaches out to push it to point

End of over 2 (5 runs) Delhi Daredevils 15/0 (156 runs required from 18 overs, RR: 7.50, RRR: 8.66)

    • NV Ojha 8 (10b 1x4)
    • DA Warner 1 (2b)
    • RJ Harris 1-0-5-0
    • P Kumar 1-0-10-0
2.1

Kumar to Warner, no run, on the pads, turned straight to midwicket

2.2

Kumar to Warner, no run, screamer! It landed back of length around leg stump and cut away sharply. A surprised Warner lets it go through to the keeper

2.3

Kumar to Warner, no run, stays back to work it to midwicket

2.4

Kumar to Warner, no run, lands on a length outside leg and moves towards leg stump. Warner is not fluent off his pads and just pushes this ball to midwicket

2.5

Kumar to Warner, no run, And again on that leg stump line and Warner nudges it to midwicket

2.6

Kumar to Warner, no run, moves across Warner who defends to the off side. Mike Haysman says that's PK's fourth maiden over in this season.

End of over 3 (maiden) Delhi Daredevils 15/0 (156 runs required from 17 overs, RR: 5.00, RRR: 9.17)

    • DA Warner 1 (8b)
    • NV Ojha 8 (10b 1x4)
    • P Kumar 2-1-10-0
    • RJ Harris 1-0-5-0
3.1

Harris to Ojha, no run, crouches to jab this one out to covers

3.2

Harris to Ojha, no run, in the channel outside off and Naman has a lazy waft at it and the ball flies through to Gilly

3.3

Harris to Ojha, 1 leg bye, cuts in from the middle stump line, moves to the leg stump line and rolls off the thigh pad

3.4

Harris to Warner, 1 leg bye, Ryan too pings Warner on the leg stump line. Warner is cramped for room and it rolls off the thigh pad

3.5

Harris to Ojha, 1 run, on the middle and leg line, clipped through backward square-leg

3.6

Harris to Warner, no run, leans forward to defend the full-length delivery to mid-off

End of over 4 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 18/0 (153 runs required from 16 overs, RR: 4.50, RRR: 9.56)

    • DA Warner 1 (10b)
    • NV Ojha 9 (14b 1x4)
    • RJ Harris 2-0-6-0
    • P Kumar 2-1-10-0
4.1

Kumar to Ojha, no run, Screamer! It curved in the air from outside off, landed back of length outside off and seamed in sharply. Naman had decided to shoulder arms and to his surprise the ball kept coming back in but it hit this thigh pad and bobbed away to Gilly

4.2

Kumar to Ojha, no run, moves in towards leg and middle, nudged to the on side

4.3

Kumar to Ojha, no run, gets back and across to jab a delivery coming in to the middle and off line back to the bowler

4.4

Kumar to Ojha, 1 run, The ball cuts in and Naman, who likes width, can't do much with it; he just pushes it towards mid-on

4.5

Kumar to Warner, SIX, Warner walks down the pitch, PK hurled across a bouncer and Warner went for the pull. The ball flew off the top edge over fine-leg boundary

4.6

Kumar to Warner, no run, lands full in length around middle and off and Warner crouches forward to defend but the ball cuts away past the edge

End of over 5 (7 runs) Delhi Daredevils 25/0 (146 runs required from 15 overs, RR: 5.00, RRR: 9.73)

    • DA Warner 7 (12b 1x6)
    • NV Ojha 10 (18b 1x4)
    • P Kumar 3-1-17-0
    • RJ Harris 2-0-6-0
5.1

Srivastava to Ojha, 1 wide, slants this across and outside off stump. Wide.

5.1

Srivastava to Ojha, FOUR, short and wide and Naman spanks it high over point. Easy as easy gets.

5.2

Srivastava to Ojha, SIX, Six over deep point! Whoa! It was a full delivery angling away from Naman, who leaned across to slice it high over backward point!

Srivastava moves to round the stumps

5.3

Srivastava to Ojha, no run, Naman goes for a big slog across the line, misses, and the ball tails past the off stump

5.4

Srivastava to Ojha, SIX, Wallop. It's a length delivery coming in from round the stumps and Naman blasts it up and over long-on.

5.5

Srivastava to Ojha, no run, backs away and tries to cut the shortish delivery outside off but misses. The third man was up in the circle and had Naman connected, he would have collected another boundary

5.6

Srivastava to Ojha, no run, short in length, lands outside off, cuts in towards middle, jabbed away to covers

End of over 6 (17 runs) Delhi Daredevils 42/0 (129 runs required from 14 overs, RR: 7.00, RRR: 9.21)

    • NV Ojha 26 (24b 2x4 2x6)
    • DA Warner 7 (12b 1x6)
    • SJ Srivastava 1-0-17-0
    • P Kumar 3-1-17-0

Tim: "Just plain dumb bowling by Srivastava. Naman likes width and has been given none by the opening bowlers. Srivastava decides to bowl wide outside offstump. Very poor cricket, deserves to go for runs and is."

6.1

Chawla to Warner, no run, slider around off stump line, going away from Warner who nudges it to backward point

6.2

Chawla to Warner, no run, beaten by the googly. It landed around off and spun away from Warner who went for the big off drive and missed

6.3

Chawla to Warner, 1 run, on the middle and leg line, turned through midwicket for a single

6.4

Chawla to Ojha, 1 run, slower, fuller around off, eased through cover point

6.5

Chawla to Warner, FOUR, slides away from the off stump line, short in length, Warner goes for the cut and gets a thick edge and it runs past the slip fielder

6.6

Chawla to Warner, 1 run, gets back to dab this to midwicket for a single

End of over 7 (7 runs) Delhi Daredevils 49/0 (122 runs required from 13 overs, RR: 7.00, RRR: 9.38)

    • DA Warner 13 (17b 1x4 1x6)
    • NV Ojha 27 (25b 2x4 2x6)
    • PP Chawla 1-0-7-0
    • SJ Srivastava 1-0-17-0
7.1

Srivastava to Warner, 1 run, gets forward to chip the full delivery up and over midwicket but the fielder at the deep mops up

7.2

Srivastava to Ojha, 1 run, full in length, from over the wicket, angling across Naman who gets an inside edge to fine-leg

7.3

Srivastava to Warner, no run, punches this length delivery on the up but straight to extra cover

7.4

Srivastava to Warner, 1 run, slightly slower, outside off, Warner drags it to deep square-leg

7.5

Srivastava to Ojha, no run, around the off stump line, defended to the off side

7.6

Srivastava to Ojha, OUT, Shalabh has his revenge and doesn't realise he has got it! He gets this length delivery to slant across Naman who tries to run it down to third man and gets the outside edge. Srivastava didn't see the edge and turned back when he saw the umpire's verdict. He swung back in great delight.

NV Ojha c †Gilchrist b Srivastava 28 (28b 2x4 2x6) SR: 100.00

End of over 8 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 52/1 (119 runs required from 12 overs, RR: 6.50, RRR: 9.91)

    • DA Warner 15 (20b 1x4 1x6)
    • SJ Srivastava 2-0-20-1
    • PP Chawla 1-0-7-0
8.1

Valthaty to Warner, no run, full delivery around off, tapped back to the bowler

8.2

Valthaty to Warner, FOUR, full pitched around off and Warner crashes it between the bowler and the umpire.

8.3

Valthaty to Warner, no run, slower one from wide of the crease, pushed out to the off side

8.4

Valthaty to Warner, FOUR, edged over short third man. Warner went for the good-old leg side slog - the bottom-hand slipped off the bat- and the ball flew over to third man boundadry

8.5

Valthaty to Warner, 1 run, mistimes a cut shot and gets a single

8.6

Valthaty to Venugopal Rao, no run, the slower one outside off and it goes past the defensive push and rolls through to the keeper

End of over 9 (9 runs) Delhi Daredevils 61/1 (110 runs required from 11 overs, RR: 6.77, RRR: 10.00)

    • Y Venugopal Rao 0 (1b)
    • DA Warner 24 (25b 3x4 1x6)
    • PC Valthaty 1-0-9-0
    • SJ Srivastava 2-0-20-1

Roopang: "Alright Who was saying srivastava is dumb ? bowling too many out side the off ? there it is..."

9.1

Srivastava to Warner, 1 run, stays back to run this down to third man for a single

9.2

Srivastava to Venugopal Rao, 1 run, around the off stump line, steered to left of backward point

9.3

Srivastava to Warner, no run, lands short of length and kicks up, Warner has a poke at it but its Gilly who gets it

9.4

Srivastava to Warner, FOUR, on the middle stump line, back of length and Warner plays a nice swat-pull and drags it to deep square-leg boundary

9.5

Srivastava to Warner, OUT, Shalabh Srivastava hugs Adam. Priety Zinta does her hop-skip-and-jump routine. Warner walked down the track and went for a big swing to the on side. The ball just about straightened on that leg and middle line and that meant Warner got a leading edge. The ball swirled really high in the air and Gilly called for the catch and ran past Warner to take it.

DA Warner c †Gilchrist b Srivastava 29 (29b 4x4 1x6) SR: 100.00

9.6

Srivastava to Venugopal Rao, no run, full and in the zone outside off, Venu is beaten, driving inside the line

End of over 10 (6 runs) Delhi Daredevils 67/2 (104 runs required from 60 balls, RR: 6.70, RRR: 10.40)

    • Y Venugopal Rao 1 (3b)
    • S Sriram 0 (0b)
    • SJ Srivastava 3-0-26-2
    • PC Valthaty 1-0-9-0
10.1

Valthaty to Sriram, 1 run, on the pads, rolls out to square-leg region

10.2

Valthaty to Venugopal Rao, 1 run, leans forward to defend the full-length delivery to the leg side

10.3

Valthaty to Sriram, no run, slower one angling across Sriram who mistimes the cut shot to covers

10.4

Valthaty to Sriram, no run, on the middle and off line, Sriram goes for the cut but is cramped for room and edges it to cover point

10.5

Valthaty to Sriram, 2 runs, a slower one outside off stump and Sriram lunges across and ends up dragging it high towards long-on but it falls short of the fielder

10.6

Valthaty to Sriram, 1 run, plays another cut shot to pick up a single

End of over 11 (5 runs) Delhi Daredevils 72/2 (99 runs required from 54 balls, RR: 6.54, RRR: 11.00)

    • S Sriram 4 (5b)
    • Y Venugopal Rao 2 (4b)
    • PC Valthaty 2-0-14-0
    • SJ Srivastava 3-0-26-2

Tim: "@Roopang: Clearly all the guy needed was a spray. He's come back pretty well after that first over of junk"

11.1

Chawla to Sriram, no run, around the off stump, pushed out to covers

11.2

Chawla to Sriram, OUT, done in by the googly. Delhi are wobbling away like drunk men. Sriram top-edged the sweep and DK moved from first slip towards leg gully,and avoided a collision with the square-leg fielder, to take the catch.

S Sriram c Karthik b Chawla 4 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 57.14

Ashik: "This is pretty dumb captaincy from Hopes, sending Sriram up while you need to score 11 an. Not a wise decision especially you have likes of birt and pathan in your line up"

11.3

Chawla to Venugopal Rao, no run, goes for a sweep but fails to connect

11.4

Chawla to Venugopal Rao, 1 run, gets this away for a single to the leg side

11.5

Chawla to Pathan, no run, turns in from outside off, Irfan leans forward to defend

11.6

Chawla to Pathan, 1 run, sweeps this leg break aerially but short of deep backward square-leg fielder

End of over 12 (2 runs) Delhi Daredevils 74/3 (97 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 6.16, RRR: 12.12)

    • IK Pathan 1 (2b)
    • Y Venugopal Rao 3 (6b)
    • PP Chawla 2-0-9-1
    • PC Valthaty 2-0-14-0
12.1

Valthaty to Pathan, 1 run, moves down the track and drags this to long-on

12.2

Valthaty to Venugopal Rao, 2 runs, slower one on the off and middle line, turned to vacant spaces in midwicket for couple of runs.

12.3

Valthaty to Venugopal Rao, FOUR, full and well outside off, Venu reaches out to slash it off the edge to third man boundary

12.4

Valthaty to Venugopal Rao, 1 run, dabs this past square-leg

12.5

Valthaty to Pathan, 1 leg bye, fullish around leg stump line, rolls off the pad for a leg bye

12.6

Valthaty to Venugopal Rao, SIX, Six or catch? DK, who takes it, says it's a six. Let me explain: Venu swung the full delivery to deep midwicket where DK caught it, standing at the edge of the boundary line. He stumbled back, popped the ball back into play and went over the line but I guess he knew that he had touched the ropes when he stepped back and was still holding the ball.

End of over 13 (15 runs) Delhi Daredevils 89/3 (82 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 6.84, RRR: 11.71)

    • Y Venugopal Rao 16 (10b 1x4 1x6)
    • IK Pathan 2 (4b)
    • PC Valthaty 3-0-28-0
    • PP Chawla 2-0-9-1
13.1

Chawla to Pathan, no run

13.2

Chawla to Pathan, 1 run, full delivery, almost a yorker, dragged off the inside edge to square-leg

13.3

Chawla to Venugopal Rao, no run, goes down the track but the leg break dips on him and he lunges forward to defend

13.4

Chawla to Venugopal Rao, no run, Chawla shortens the length again as he sees Venu trying to get down the track; venu jabs it to the off

13.5

Chawla to Venugopal Rao, OUT, Delhi are going down. Punjab stay alive in the competition. It was a tossed-up delivery outside off and Venu lofted it to long-off

Y Venugopal Rao c Harris b Chawla 16 (13b 1x4 1x6) SR: 123.07

13.6

Chawla to Hopes, 1 run, tries to paddle sweep, misses and the leg break hits him on the pad outside off

End of over 14 (2 runs) Delhi Daredevils 91/4 (80 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 6.50, RRR: 13.33)

    • JR Hopes 1 (1b)
    • IK Pathan 3 (6b)
    • PP Chawla 3-0-11-2
    • PC Valthaty 3-0-28-0

Time out

14.1

Valthaty to Hopes, 1 run, slower one outside off, Hopes forces it to long-off

14.2

Valthaty to Pathan, OUT, More joy for the Punjab camp. Irfan drags this short ball towards deep square-leg where Mandeep sinks on his knees and lunges forward to take it.

IK Pathan c Mandeep Singh b Valthaty 3 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 42.85

14.3

Valthaty to Hopes, no run, full in length and slower of course, pushed back to the bowler

14.4

Valthaty to Hopes, no run, he keeps bowling those slower ones, this one has been steered to point

14.5

Valthaty to Hopes, FOUR, waits for the slower ball to arrive and the short length helps him to pull it hard to the midwicket boundary

14.6

Valthaty to Hopes, 1 run, fullish delivery outside off, pushed down to long-on

End of over 15 (6 runs) Delhi Daredevils 97/5 (74 runs required from 30 balls, RR: 6.46, RRR: 14.80)

    • JR Hopes 7 (6b 1x4)
    • TR Birt 0 (0b)
    • PC Valthaty 4-0-34-1
    • PP Chawla 3-0-11-2

Vikram R snarls: "James Hopes and his Hopeless Daredevils"

15.1

Chawla to Hopes, OUT, Delhi are now hope less. James goes for a sweep but top-edges the leg break and Gilly settles under it

JR Hopes c †Gilchrist b Chawla 7 (7b 1x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

15.2

Chawla to Nagar, 1 run, jumps from a length, edged to the leg side

15.3

Chawla to Birt, no run, googly on the middle, turned to midwicket

15.4

Chawla to Birt, FOUR, skips down the track and chips it up and over midwicket in some style.

15.5

Chawla to Birt, no run, Loud appeal for a catch by Gilly. It was a full delivery outside off and Birt went for a big off drive; the bat hit the ground and GIlly pouched the ball

15.6

Chawla to Birt, no run

End of over 16 (5 runs) Delhi Daredevils 102/6 (69 runs required from 24 balls, RR: 6.37, RRR: 17.25)

    • TR Birt 4 (4b 1x4)
    • Y Nagar 1 (1b)
    • PP Chawla 4-0-16-3
    • PC Valthaty 4-0-34-1
16.1

Harris to Nagar, 1 run, Ah the idea shot. He was withdrawing his bat away from the line of the delivery but the ball runs off the face of the bat to third man

16.2

Harris to Birt, FOUR, shortish, just outside off stump, Birt upper cuts it over short third man fielder.

16.3

Harris to Birt, 2 runs, on the leg stump line, jabbed to square-leg. The bowler and two other fielders from the deep converge but the batsmen had enough time to turn back for the second

16.4

Harris to Birt, 1 leg bye, on the pads again, rolls away behind square-leg

16.5

Harris to Nagar, no run, short in length outside off, pushed out to point

16.6

Harris to Nagar, no run, high bouncer and the batsman sways away from the line

End of over 17 (8 runs) Delhi Daredevils 110/6 (61 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.47, RRR: 20.33)

    • Y Nagar 2 (4b)
    • TR Birt 10 (7b 2x4)
    • RJ Harris 3-0-13-0
    • PP Chawla 4-0-16-3
17.1

Kumar to Birt, no run, moves outside leg and has a go at this length delivery which ends up bouncing over the stumps

17.2

Kumar to Birt, no run, Another swing and a miss. Gilly throws the ball back to Praveen

17.3

Kumar to Birt, SIX, bowls a shortish ball from a very short run up and Travis flat-bats it high over long-off. Crunchy

17.4

Kumar to Birt, OUT, Wow! What an effort from Ryan Harris. Travis pulled the short ball and I was sure it had sailed over deep midwicket boundary. Ryan leaps near the ropes, arches back while in the air, plucks the ball with one hand and manages to land back inside the playing arena. Phew. Gem.

TR Birt c Harris b Kumar 16 (11b 2x4 1x6) SR: 145.45

17.5

Kumar to Nagar, FOUR, back of length outside off and he has flat-batted it high over mid-off.

17.6

Kumar to Nagar, 1 wide, bangs in a bouncer and it climbs over the attempted pull. It's been given as a wide and PK isn't impressed

17.6

Kumar to Nagar, FOUR, dropped by Dinesh Karthik Another bouncer, another pull shot and Dk waits at the midwicket boundary. He couldn't repeat Ryan's efforts though. He pouched the ball but it slipped out of his hands

End of over 18 (15 runs) Delhi Daredevils 125/7 (46 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 6.94, RRR: 23.00)

    • Y Nagar 10 (6b 2x4)
    • M Morkel 0 (0b)
    • P Kumar 4-1-32-1
    • RJ Harris 3-0-13-0
18.1

Harris to Morkel, 2 runs, drilled to right of long-on where David Hussey makes a nice diving save

18.2

Harris to Morkel, 1 run, pushes it away for a single

18.3

Harris to Nagar, OUT, walks right across the stumps and tries to swing to the on side. He misses and the ball nails him on the off stump line. Trapped!

Y Nagar lbw b Harris 10 (7b 2x4 0x6) SR: 142.85

18.4

Harris to Aaron, no run, Run out missed fullish delivery around off, squeezed out to point. The throw comes but misses the stumps.

18.5

Harris to Aaron, no run, in the corridor outside off and it goes past the attempted heave

18.6

Harris to Aaron, no run, And again. The slogs aren't working. Gilly keeps taking them.

End of over 19 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 128/8 (43 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 6.73, RRR: 43.00)

    • VR Aaron 0 (3b)
    • M Morkel 3 (2b)
    • RJ Harris 4-0-16-1
    • P Kumar 4-1-32-1
19.1

Srivastava to Morkel, 2 runs, run out missed by Gilly. It was pulled weakly towards long-on.. David Hussey throws it on the bounce at the striker's ends and it skids rapidly to Gilly who couldn't collect it cleanly. The batsman was well short of the crease

19.2

Srivastava to Morkel, SIX, moves outside leg and slashes the bouncer up and over third man. It flea off the top edge

19.3

Srivastava to Morkel, FOUR, Drilled! He backed away outside leg and thumped this full-length delivery over mid-off

19.4

Srivastava to Morkel, 1 run, low full toss, Morkel mistimes his drive out to long-off

19.5

Srivastava to Aaron, no run, shortish delivery outside off, he tries to drag it to the on side but fails to connect

19.6

Srivastava to Aaron, no run, Punjab have won their third game in a row. This was a slower one and the batsman couldn't get bat on ball. Punjab remain in the hunt for the spot in final four.

Please hang on for the quotes from the post-match ceremony.

Hopes: "I am not sure luck had to do much with it tonight. Our fielding lost us this game. We have to take those chances. Tonight, it summed up our entire season."

Gilchrist: "It was hard to tell [what's a good score]. 140 was our initial thought but Shaun and Valthathy played well. Our seamers bowled well and Piyush was outstanding. He has come back and shown that he is a world-class bowler. He has great variation; his wrong un is lethal. There were some great catches; one or two blemishes but in general the enthusiasm was terrific. It was a great win, it will keep us alive and 30-run win will help net run rate. We will now think about Bangalore, who are the form team of the tournament."

Man of the Match is Chawla: "After missing out, I needed to come back strongly and I am happy. The little extra bounce helped me a lot. I wasn't nervous; I have played at this wicket before and knew that it will help the spinners a little bit. As a legspinner, my job is to pick up wickets. It was nice to see the catches taken by Mandeep and Ryan."

Please hop on to the second IPL game or the Test between West Indies and Pakistan. Or both. Good bye

End of over 20 (13 runs) Delhi Daredevils 141/8 (30 runs required)

    • VR Aaron 0 (5b)
    • M Morkel 16 (6b 1x4 1x6)
    • SJ Srivastava 4-0-39-2
    • RJ Harris 4-0-16-1
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