Indian Premier League - 63rd match

Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore

Kings XI Punjab won by 111 runs

0.1

van der Wath to Valthaty, no run, a lovely delivery that Dale Steyn would be proud of, landed on a good length on leg stump and zipped away as Valthaty tried to close the face, beat him completely

0.2

van der Wath to Valthaty, no run, short of a good length outside off, chases it and makes no contact, nipped away again

0.3

van der Wath to Valthaty, no run, darted away after pitching around a good length, Valthaty stood his ground and tried to smash that through the covers, made no contact

0.4

van der Wath to Valthaty, no run, back of a length on middle and off, rocks back and drops it in front of the bowler

0.5

van der Wath to Valthaty, FOUR, beautifully clipped away, landed in the slot on leg stump and he picked it nicely over midwicket

0.6

van der Wath to Valthaty, 1 run, pitched up and it's driven hard and uppishly but lands just short of mid-off, they pinch a quick single

Kings XI Punjab 5/0   JJ van der Wath 1-0-5-0

4.1

van der Wath to Marsh, no run, back of a length, no room, Marsh stays back and defends

4.2

van der Wath to Marsh, no run, extra bounce as he angles this across him, and Marsh tentatively pokes at it

4.3

van der Wath to Marsh, no run, looks to work this off the hip, misses, the ball rolls off the thigh pad

4.4

van der Wath to Marsh, FOUR, superb shot, short-arm pull, which means he has converted this shortish length into pulling length, and over square leg

4.5

van der Wath to Marsh, no run, defended towards cover, no room this time

4.6

van der Wath to Marsh, no run, slower ball outside off, Marsh swings without feet movement, is beaten

Kings XI Punjab 29/1   JJ van der Wath 2-0-9-0

14.1

van der Wath to Marsh, SIX, only to be thrashed for six! Begins with a length ball and Marsh sweetly lofts him over long-off, clears the ropes by a distance, Bangalore are struggling

14.2

van der Wath to Marsh, SIX, the fun continues, van der Wath overcompensates for the length ball, holds it back to produce a long hop and it's disappeared over deep midwicket

14.3

van der Wath to Marsh, FOUR, a fifty for Marsh, continuing his prolific run, aiming for th eblockhole but he isn't getting it right, driven hard over extra cover

14.4

van der Wath to Marsh, FOUR, beautifully placed, it was a full toss and he found the gap with perfection, making a bit of room and pushing it firmly between extra cover and long-off, the carnage continues

14.5

van der Wath to Marsh, FOUR, Marsh is unstoppable here, van der Wath can only scratch his head, pitched up and that was drilled over the covers

14.6

van der Wath to Marsh, SIX, a Tendulkaresque lofted drive to finish it off, what an over, pitched up again and he launched it over the bowler's head for a meaty six, lovely shot, Punjab are all over Bangalore here

Kings XI Punjab 173/1   JJ van der Wath 3-0-39-0

17.1

van der Wath to Gilchrist, SIX, No he can't!! Slower one bowled on a length and Gilly picked it, smashing it over long-off

17.2

van der Wath to Gilchrist, no run, good yorker, on middle, dug out into the leg side

17.3

van der Wath to Gilchrist, FOUR, doling out length deliveries, Gilly is on his way to a century, stood his ground and crunched it past extra cover

17.4

van der Wath to Gilchrist, 1 leg bye, on the pads and he tried to swing him over square leg, struck high on the pads, a single in the end

17.5

van der Wath to Marsh, 1 run, low full toss on middle, driven down towards deep midwicket for a single

17.6

van der Wath to Gilchrist, 4 leg byes, Gilchrist misses out, or does he? Targeting the pads again and he tries to glance it fine, doesn't get bat but it deflects off the pads to beat the keeper and short fine leg, four more

Kings XI Punjab 209/1   JJ van der Wath 4-0-50-0
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Photos

May 17, 2011

Piyush Chawla finished with 4 for 17, Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore, IPL 2011, Dharamsala, May 17, 2011

Piyush Chawla finished with 4 for 17

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May 17, 2011

Chris Gayle congratulates Adam Gilchrist on his century, Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore, IPL 2011, Dharamsala, May 17, 2011

Chris Gayle congratulates Adam Gilchrist on his century

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