Rajasthan Royals batsman Ajinkya Rahane talks to the media ahead of his team's away game against Kolkata Knight Riders
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Gujarat Lions batsman lauds former India international for improved agility and athleticism | Apr 29, 2017
Thinking positively and sticking to his strengths under pressure helped close out a tight game, says Mumbai Indians fast bowler | Apr 29, 2017
Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg analyse Mumbai Indians' thrilling win in the Super Over against Gujarat Lions, and look at the tactics that may have cost Lions their chance of winning the match | Apr 29, 2017
Krunal Pandya took career-best returns of 3 for 14 and then nearly guided Mumbai Indians to victory with 29, in their thrilling win over Gujarat Lions | Apr 29, 2017
Gujarat Lions fought back in dramatic fashion to push Mumbai Indians into a Super Over, but eventually lost against a nerveless over from Jasprit Bumrah | Apr 29, 2017
19.6 IK Pathan to SL Malinga, out, is that out? There is a direct hit. Has Krunal made his ground? No he hasn't. It's a Super Over, the first of the IPL. Jadeja has done this with two direct hits. What fielding. Sensational. A yorker on the pads, Malinga misses a flick. The ball ricochets towards jadeja at point, picks up and throws the stumps down at the batsman's end to find Krunal short despite a dive. Magnificent fielding. | Apr 29, 2017
19.3 IK Pathan to JJ Bumrah, out, what is happening? That's run-out. Jadeja is the man. A slow ball outside off, hit towards point. Jadeja runs in, picks up and throws the stumps down at the bowler's end. Mumbai are nine down. The ball deflected away to the boundary so if Bumrah was in, that would have been four runs. Bumrah is well short. | Apr 29, 2017
18.6 Basil Thampi to MJ McClenaghan, 1 run, out, and gone. Direct hit. Run out. Mumbai are eight down. They may be all out. Thampi chooses a straight and full delivery. McClenaghan gets low and paddles to fine leg who was very square. It almost carries, Irfan goes for the catch. The ball falls short. He somehow manages to keep it in the field of play. He knows he still has work to do so he gets up and throws the ball back in, it hits the stumps direct at the batsman's end as McClenghan tries to sprawl in. A direct hit. Two direct hits. He did superbly well to prevent the boundary. Amazing work | Apr 29, 2017
18.5 Basil Thampi to Harbhajan Singh, out, not quite the yorker but it's full, it's straight, there is some reverse swing too. Quick and accurate. Harbhajan misses a straight one and the ball raps him in front of leg. Plumb in front. Good call umpire Chaudhary. That was quite predictable but Harbhajan done in by that reverse swing | Apr 29, 2017
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