Indian Premier League - 50th match

Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors

Rajasthan Royals won by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)

Aaron Finch and Robin Uthappa to open. As usual, it is Ajit Chandila to bowl his right-arm slow nothings

7.45pm As we await the team sheets, which will be updated above soon, I will tell you the best place to discuss this match at: Cricinfo's live match companion. It's so good you could share a beer with it

7.30pm Time for toss. Pune Warriors are batting first. Rahul Dravid says they were looking to bowl anyway. Watson, Cooper, Hodge and Faulkner are overseas players playing for Royals tonight.

Warriors have made five changes too. I haven't caught them all, but Railways' Mahesh Rawat and Krishnakant Upadhyay are in for sure

7.25pm IPL, raise your bat. You are 50 not out. And don't forget to take a fresh guard, and aim for the hundred. It's Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors. Pune have nothing to lose, but Rajasthan need these two points to make it a four-way tie for the second spot right now. These matches involving Royal Challengers, Royals, Sunrisers and Mumbai are all crucial now. And Punjab could make a late surge too

0.1

Chandila to Uthappa, 1 run, short, into the pads, punched to deep midwicket for one

0.2

Chandila to Finch, 1 run, flighted on off, bunted to leg for one

0.3

Chandila to Uthappa, 1 run, short of a length, on off, punched to deep midwicket again

0.4

Chandila to Finch, 1 run, short again, punched away for a single again

Some day this kind of bowling will be hit for six sixes

0.5

Chandila to Uthappa, 1 run, misfielded at cover, gets a single

0.6

Chandila to Finch, FOUR, slightly short, Finch makes room, takes this from in front of off, and cuts it past cover-point for four

End of over 1 (9 runs) Pune Warriors 9/0 (RR: 9.00)
AJ Finch    6* (3b 1x4)      A Chandila    1-0-9-0
RV Uthappa    3* (3b)     

"Chandila is a spinner or slow ball bowler?" The latter, Gaurav Manchanda

Here is James Faulkner

1.1

Faulkner to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, middle and leg, seams away to square him up and beat the edge

1.2

Faulkner to Uthappa, 1 wide, wide down the leg side

Two slips in for Faulkner

1.2

Faulkner to Uthappa, 1 run, on a length, middle and off, stays back to push this into the covers for a single

1.3

Faulkner to Finch, FOUR, the bad side of IPL fielding. Whipped away off the pads, and it goes straight through Chandila at long leg. Doesn't go low, doesn't get his body behind it

1.4

Faulkner to Finch, 1 run, pushed into the leg side for one

1.5

Faulkner to Uthappa, no run, on a length, on off, drives at it, runs off the outside half of the bat to point

1.6

Faulkner to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, middle and leg, looks to work this away. Is beaten

End of over 2 (7 runs) Pune Warriors 16/0 (RR: 8.00)
RV Uthappa    4* (7b)      JP Faulkner    1-0-7-0
AJ Finch    11* (5b 2x4)      A Chandila    1-0-9-0

2.1

Chandila to Finch, 1 run, wide down the leg side, but he gets some bat on it, and takes a single to short fine

2.2

Chandila to Uthappa, FOUR, too straight with the fine leg up, and he has been swept away for four

2.3

Chandila to Uthappa, FOUR, too short, outside off, Uthappa backs away to make room and cut him in front of square for four

2.4

Chandila to Uthappa, no run, quicker delivery, skids on towards off, defended off the back foot

2.5

Chandila to Uthappa, 1 run, tossed up, middle and leg, driven to long-on

2.6

Chandila to Finch, FOUR, full, on the pads, and the leg-side field is up, and it has been swept away for four

End of over 3 (14 runs) Pune Warriors 30/0 (RR: 10.00)
AJ Finch    16* (7b 3x4)      A Chandila    2-0-23-0
RV Uthappa    13* (11b 2x4)      JP Faulkner    1-0-7-0

Shane Watson into the attack

3.1

Watson to Uthappa, 1 wide, wide down the leg side. A big one too

3.1

Watson to Uthappa, no run, drives at a wide length ball, and is beaten on the inside edge as he goes outside its line

3.2

Watson to Uthappa, no run, moves across to drive a full ball back to Watson

3.3

Watson to Uthappa, FOUR, bouncer, outside off, and Uthappa has pulled this over midwicket for four. That's sweetly timed, and nearly carries for a six

3.4

Watson to Uthappa, FOUR, lovely shot. Wide length ball, Uthappa goes across, covers the swing, and drives this between mid-off and extra cover

DS: "Pune have nothing to lose now and we are seeing it in their approach. Fearless!"

3.5

Watson to Uthappa, no run, short, wide, Uthappa wants to cut, gets a bottom edge through to slip

3.6

Watson to Uthappa, FOUR, another superb drive. He leans into a wide length ball, and just pushes at it, placing it between the diving cover and extra cover

End of over 4 (13 runs) Pune Warriors 43/0 (RR: 10.75)
RV Uthappa    25* (17b 5x4)      SR Watson    1-0-13-0
AJ Finch    16* (7b 3x4)      A Chandila    2-0-23-0

Faulkner gets a change of ends

4.1

Faulkner to Finch, 2 runs, short of a length, outside off, punched between mid-off and cover for two

4.2

Faulkner to Finch, no run, fuller, outside off, driven to cover

4.3

Faulkner to Finch, FOUR, slower ball, but this is a wide half-volley, and Finch has enough time to recover and drive it over cover-point

4.4

Faulkner to Finch, no run, short of a length, outside off, left alone

4.5

Faulkner to Finch, no run, short of a length, just outside off, gets an inside edge onto the pad

4.6

Faulkner to Finch, 1 run, slower ball again, runs off the inside half of the bat for a single to deep midwicket

End of over 5 (7 runs) Pune Warriors 50/0 (RR: 10.00)
AJ Finch    23* (13b 4x4)      JP Faulkner    2-0-14-0
RV Uthappa    25* (17b 5x4)      SR Watson    1-0-13-0

Manish : "@DS- it is not how they start...but the ability to close out games...that has been missing!!!!"

Kevon Cooper is on

5.1

Cooper to Finch, 5 wides, starts with a huge and short wide down the leg side. The diving Samson can't get to it

5.1

Cooper to Finch, 1 run, punched between cover and point, but Binny makes a diving save at the deepish cover-point

5.2

Cooper to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, on off, defended to leg

5.3

Cooper to Uthappa, 1 run, on a length, outside off, pushed to cover for one

5.4

Cooper to Finch, no run, short of a length, outside off, not wide enough to cut, passes under the bottom edge

5.5

Cooper to Finch, no run, wide half-volley, at a gentle pace, absolutely smashed... but straight to mid-off

5.6

Cooper to Finch, FOUR, on a length, angling in, driven on the up, and in the air. Clears mid-on with ease

Royals have taken the timeout already

"Why does ever keep saying "the bad side of IPL fielding"? Don't any of you ever see this in international cricket? There are multiple occasional where international sides have worse fielding days than any IPL games." Ranjan, by the same token, when a good catch is taken, it is not shouted from roof tops how the international fielding is going to bring world peace and fight poverty and malnutrition. So when there is excessive hype around something, it needs to be cut through too

End of over 6 (11 runs) Pune Warriors 61/0 (RR: 10.16)
AJ Finch    28* (17b 5x4)      KK Cooper    1-0-11-0
RV Uthappa    26* (19b 5x4)      JP Faulkner    2-0-14-0

Siddharth Trivedi to bowl now

6.1

Trivedi to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, middle and leg, pushed to midwicket

6.2

Trivedi to Uthappa, 1 run, punched to deep cover for one

rssampat: "PW have more or less started out very well in most games weather batting or bowling first. It's their ability to freeze when confronted with a winning situation, and lose their way to lose from there which is confounding and irksome for their fans."

6.3

Trivedi to Finch, 2 runs, short of a length, seaming in, picked away wide of long leg

6.4

Trivedi to Finch, no run, short of a length, just outside off, pushed to cover

6.5

Trivedi to Finch, 2 runs, on a length, on the pads, pushed wide of Binny at deep midwicket for another couple

6.6

Trivedi to Finch, no run, punched away nicely, but can't beat the man at cover

End of over 7 (5 runs) Pune Warriors 66/0 (RR: 9.42)
AJ Finch    32* (21b 5x4)      SK Trivedi    1-0-5-0
RV Uthappa    27* (21b 5x4)      KK Cooper    1-0-11-0

Stuart Binny into the attack

7.1

Binny to Uthappa, 1 wide, and yet another has begun with a wide. This one, outside off

7.1

Binny to Uthappa, no run, dug in short, but doesn't rise that match. Uthappa stays away from it

7.2

Binny to Uthappa, no run, outswinger, beats the defensive push

7.3

Binny to Uthappa, SIX, he has pulled this over long-on for sis. Short, a long hop really, wide outside off, and Uthappa gives it a good smack. Chandila takes the catch but has stepped over the rope with the ball

7.4

Binny to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, stays low to beat the cut

7.5

Binny to Uthappa, no run, good outswinger, on a length, outside off, Uthappa moves across to drive, but is beaten

7.6

Binny to Uthappa, 1 run, looks to flick it off the pads, but gets a leading edge that flies over point

End of over 8 (8 runs) Pune Warriors 74/0 (RR: 9.25)
RV Uthappa    34* (27b 5x4 1x6)      STR Binny    1-0-8-0
AJ Finch    32* (21b 5x4)      SK Trivedi    1-0-5-0

"Regd catching - The hype is there everywhere in IPL but I think some catches are really above par. The one which pollard plucked out of thin air and steve smith's catch in the last IPL has redefined catching standards." Vickys, I am not denying those sensational catches. There has obviously been the element of the sensational to it. But, for example, that Pollard catch has been done in ICL three years ago. You wouldn't guess that from the IPL commentary on TV

8.1

Watson to Uthappa, 1 run, runs this down to third man for one

Watson is back by the way

8.2

Watson to Finch, no run, Finch charges at this, makes room too, and ends up swinging inside its line

8.3

Watson to Finch, no run, short of a length, on off, worked to midwicket

8.4

Watson to Finch, FOUR, cut hard into the ground, and it bounces over point's head for four. This has been powerfully hit, and sweetly timed, and isn't it even wide ball

8.5

Watson to Finch, no run, Pune are playing like a side with nothing to lose. Tees off for a length ball outside off, and is beaten by the low bounce

8.6

Watson to Finch, 1 run, punched away to deep cover for one

End of over 9 (6 runs) Pune Warriors 80/0 (RR: 8.88)
AJ Finch    37* (26b 6x4)      SR Watson    2-0-19-0
RV Uthappa    35* (28b 5x4 1x6)      STR Binny    1-0-8-0

9.1

Trivedi to Finch, FOUR, short, angling in, he makes room to punch this down the ground, and he has timed and placed it superbly. Straight of long-on for four

9.2

Trivedi to Finch, 1 run, hit straight to long-on for one

9.3

Trivedi to Uthappa, FOUR, moves across to whip this shortish delivery into the leg side for four. Placed to the right of deep midwicket

DM: "I remember that catch in ICL, saw it live - Justin Kemp ...was absolutely unbeliavable, stunning catch that."

9.4

Trivedi to Uthappa, 1 wide, short and wide, called too

Ananthamurthy: "Catching standards were redefined by Jonty Rhodes, much before the IPL was even conceptualized."

9.4

Trivedi to Uthappa, 2 runs, short of a length, wide, pushed to third man for one

Stephen: "Play enough matches and you'll get a few sensational 'anythings', catches, centuries, bowling spells etc. 80 odd matches in 2 months in IPL. Does anyone know how many Tests are played, on average, in any given year?"

9.5

Trivedi to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, outside off, punched to cover

9.6

Trivedi to Uthappa, no run, short and wide, Uthappa wants to pull this from there, and gets an inside edge into his body

End of over 10 (12 runs) Pune Warriors 92/0 (RR: 9.20)
RV Uthappa    41* (32b 6x4 1x6)      SK Trivedi    2-0-17-0
AJ Finch    42* (28b 7x4)      SR Watson    2-0-19-0

Shankar Sarkar: "i miss both kemp and greig" Amen to that

Cooper comes back meanwhile

10.1

Cooper to Finch, 2 runs, starts with length on the pads, flicked away wide of deep midwicket

10.2

Cooper to Finch, 1 run, whipped away to deep backward square leg

10.3

Cooper to Uthappa, 1 wide, wide down the leg side. There has been some shocking bowling on display today

10.3

Cooper to Uthappa, 1 run, driven to deep cover for one

Victor: "@Sidharth Monga, beware man you are now comparing the one and only IPL, where 1 God, 1 King and his beloved Knight play, with the lowly ICL :P"

10.4

Cooper to Finch, no run, on a length, on off, defended off the front foot

Datinder Lotay: "This whole catching topic, again reminds me of the biggest problem in world cricket these days. Commentators (be that on TV or written!) with an opinion. No good ever comes from your opinions. More often than not comments are negative and turn both old and new people to the game, off from getting involved. Someone somewhere really to get a grip of this because if it wasn't 20/20 it would have already been too late!"

10.5

Cooper to Finch, OUT, timber. Rajasthan finally break through. Wide length ball, he wants to send it over midwicket, gets the expected inside edge onto the stumps

AJ Finch b Cooper 45 (44m 32b 7x4 0x6) SR: 140.62

Here's Yuvraj Singh. A wide slip is in place

10.6

Cooper to Yuvraj Singh, no run, on a length, on off, defended off the front foot

End of over 11 (5 runs) Pune Warriors 97/1 (RR: 8.81)
Yuvraj Singh    0* (1b)      KK Cooper    2-0-16-1
RV Uthappa    42* (33b 6x4 1x6)      SK Trivedi    2-0-17-0

11.1

Trivedi to Uthappa, no run, short of a length, wide, punched to cover

11.2

Trivedi to Uthappa, no run, on a length, outside off, driven to mid-off

11.3

Trivedi to Uthappa, 1 run, tries to pull this shortish delivery, but it is not short enough. The mis-hit, though, clears short midwicket and falls short of long-on

11.4

Trivedi to Yuvraj Singh, no run, short of a length, outside off, punched away square. Rahane saves four there with a dive

11.5

Trivedi to Yuvraj Singh, 3 runs, clipped away off the pad,s wide of deep midwicket. It keeps racing away, and gets them three

11.6

Trivedi to Uthappa, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, punched to deep cover

End of over 12 (5 runs) Pune Warriors 102/1 (RR: 8.50)
RV Uthappa    44* (37b 6x4 1x6)      SK Trivedi    3-0-22-0
Yuvraj Singh    3* (3b)      KK Cooper    2-0-16-1

12.1

Binny to Uthappa, 1 run, short of a length, into the pads, clipped away for one

12.2

Binny to Yuvraj Singh, FOUR, short of a length, gentle pace, wide, meat and drink for Yuvraj. He has beaten point with ease this time

Round the stumps

12.3

Binny to Yuvraj Singh, no run, on the half-volley to Rahane. Short of a length again, stops a touch at him, and lobs towards point, but falls short of the diving Rahane

12.4

Binny to Yuvraj Singh, no run, defended to point with an open face

12.5

Binny to Yuvraj Singh, no run, short, angling in, Yuvraj tries to pull, gets a bottom edge into the rib area

12.6

Binny to Yuvraj Singh, SIX, swatted like a fly. This is dismissive. A wide length ball, and he gets across to loft this over deep midwicket. His back leg is in the air as he plays the shot

End of over 13 (11 runs) Pune Warriors 113/1 (RR: 8.69)
Yuvraj Singh    13* (8b 1x4 1x6)      STR Binny    2-0-19-0
RV Uthappa    45* (38b 6x4 1x6)      SK Trivedi    3-0-22-0

13.1

Trivedi to Uthappa, FOUR, down the wicket and Uthappa gets a bit lucky. Gets a bottom edge past short fine leg

Ananthamurthy: "@Datinder Lotay: Respectfully beg to differ. Can you comment on live TV? Could you have commented on live radio? Can you not understand the immense pride in seeing your comment published during a live match? Cricinfo makes this possible, and I, for one, am immensely grateful for this. Far from turning people off the game, it makes the most unlikely bunch of people follow cricket....my wife and mother and 14 year old daughter, for example."

Keeper comes up

13.2

Trivedi to Uthappa, FOUR, wide length ball, he moves across and drives it back over the bowler's head. That's Uthappa of the old. Fifty up

13.3

Trivedi to Uthappa, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, punched to long-off

13.4

Trivedi to Yuvraj Singh, no run, slower ball, middle and leg, defended off the front foot

"How come no one talks of Manish Pandey's catch against Mumbai in the Ranji trophy final a few years ago." Mady, that catch was absolutely sensational. Pity the hype doctors were not there

13.5

Trivedi to Yuvraj Singh, 2 runs, worked into the leg side

13.6

Trivedi to Yuvraj Singh, OUT, he has mistimed the pull. Set him self up, but I think this is not as short as he is expecting it to. Mis-hits this to deep midwicket

Yuvraj Singh c Cooper b Trivedi 15 (16m 11b 1x4 1x6) SR: 136.36

End of over 14 (11 runs) Pune Warriors 124/2 (RR: 8.85)
     SK Trivedi    4-0-33-1
RV Uthappa    54* (41b 8x4 1x6)      STR Binny    2-0-19-0

Mitch Marsh is the new man in

14.1

Watson to Marsh, no run, on a length, on off, defended to cover

14.2

Watson to Marsh, no run, full and straight, driven back at him

14.3

Watson to Marsh, no run, on a length, on off, pushed to cover

14.4

Watson to Marsh, no run, short of a length, on target. No room. Fourth dot of the over

krishna: "Speed guns manufactured by the same company that does meters for auto rickshaw I guess.. They do run really fast.. Just watched Trivedi clock 139ks"

14.5

Watson to Marsh, no run, ugly hoick. As expected after four dots. Misses it by a mile

14.6

Watson to Marsh, 1 run, breaks the maiden through a swipe to midwicket and a misfield there

End of over 15 (1 run) Pune Warriors 125/2 (RR: 8.33)
MR Marsh    1* (6b)      SR Watson    3-0-20-0
RV Uthappa    54* (41b 8x4 1x6)      SK Trivedi    4-0-33-1

Aditya reddy: "Here is the link for manish pandey's great catch"

15.1

Faulkner to Marsh, FOUR, Marsh gets going finally. Drives hard at this full ball, between the bowler and mid-off

15.2

Faulkner to Marsh, OUT, Sanju Samson has done this superbly. Marsh drives, gets an inside edge onto the pad, which ricochets wide of Samson. Uthappa calls through for a single, but Samson is quick to get to it, has ripped the big glove off, and hits the middle of the middle stump

RV Uthappa run out 54 (68m 41b 8x4 1x6) SR: 131.70

Angelo Mathews is the new man in

15.3

Faulkner to Mathews, no run, on a length, middle and off, defended

15.4

Faulkner to Mathews, no run, short of a length, on off, defended back to him

These two guys look good to bat out a draw

rssampat: "From 97/1 at end of 11 to 125/2 at end of 15 overs. 28 runs off 4 over's @ 7 rpo. This is where PW lose out on. Instead of kicking off, they try to consolidate as if getting a score of 180 scares the pants off them. RU really slows down after getting a start and then finds silly way to get himself out."

15.5

Faulkner to Mathews, no run, slower ball, offcutter, moving away towards top of off. Defended off the back foot

15.6

Faulkner to Mathews, FOUR, another slower ball, an offcutter, takes the thick outside edge for four past the keeper

End of over 16 (8 runs) Pune Warriors 133/3 (RR: 8.31)
AD Mathews    4* (4b 1x4)      JP Faulkner    3-0-22-0
MR Marsh    5* (8b 1x4)      SR Watson    3-0-20-0

Kevon Cooper comes back

16.1

Cooper to Marsh, 1 run, short of a length, middle and leg, driven off the back foot to extra cover

16.2

Cooper to Mathews, 2 runs, full, into the pads, nicely flicked away wide of deep midwicket for two

16.3

Cooper to Mathews, no run, short of a length, on off, defended back to him

16.4

Cooper to Mathews, 1 run, looks to guide this fine on the leg side, but has found short fine leg

16.5

Cooper to Marsh, 1 run, full, on off, driven straight to long-off

16.6

Cooper to Mathews, FOUR, Mathews can go straight to a casino. He ends another over with an edged four. Slogs across one, gets a thick edge that goes between the keeper and short third man

End of over 17 (9 runs) Pune Warriors 142/3 (RR: 8.35)
AD Mathews    11* (8b 2x4)      KK Cooper    3-0-25-1
MR Marsh    7* (10b 1x4)      JP Faulkner    3-0-22-0

17.1

Watson to Marsh, FOUR, short of a length, powered between long-on and deep midwicket for four. Cleared his front leg and swung

17.2

Watson to Marsh, 1 run, full toss on off, driven to deep cover for one

Ashsih: "Ah Nayar and Pandey. Team mates now but Pandey and Uthappa were on the receiving end of some pelvic thrusts from Abishek Nayar after the Ranji final."

17.3

Watson to Mathews, no run, well bowled. The wide yorker, just inside that white guide line for a wide. Mathews doesn't even try to play at it

17.4

Watson to Mathews, 1 run, short of a length, slower, pushed wide of point for one

17.5

Watson to Marsh, 1 run, full and wide, driven to long-off for one

17.6

Watson to Mathews, 2 runs, full and wide, driven to the left of deep cover for two

End of over 18 (9 runs) Pune Warriors 151/3 (RR: 8.38)
AD Mathews    14* (11b 2x4)      SR Watson    4-0-29-0
MR Marsh    13* (13b 2x4)      KK Cooper    3-0-25-1

18.1

Cooper to Marsh, SIX, length ball, into the pads, and this has been deposited over square leg. Right in the slot for death overs. The crowd is not giving the ball back

We have got another ball now

18.2

Cooper to Marsh, 1 run, full and straight, driven straight to long-off for one

And hello. The other ball has come back

And they are going back to the original ball

praveen: "@ashish: It was gut wrenching final if you were supporting karnataka. Pandey was predicted a glorious future back then."

18.3

Cooper to Mathews, 1 run, yorker, middle and leg, dug out for a single to point

18.4

Cooper to Marsh, SIX, Caught. By Finch. Who is sitting next to Donald. Full, on off, gets under it, and lofts it over long-off

18.5

Cooper to Marsh, no run, short and wide, and he has missed out on it with the cut. Marsh is very displeased

18.6

Cooper to Marsh, no run, wide yorker, this is well bowled. Squeezes under his bat

End of over 19 (14 runs) Pune Warriors 165/3 (RR: 8.68)
MR Marsh    26* (18b 2x4 2x6)      KK Cooper    4-0-39-1
AD Mathews    15* (12b 2x4)      SR Watson    4-0-29-0

Faulkner to bowl the last over

19.1

Faulkner to Mathews, 1 run, on a length, on the pads, clipped away

19.2

Faulkner to Marsh, 1 wide, full and wide, called

19.2

Faulkner to Marsh, 1 run, full and wide again, can't get under it, gets just the single to long-off

19.3

Faulkner to Mathews, 2 runs, full toss, on the pads, driven wide of long-on for two

19.4

Faulkner to Mathews, OUT, back-of-the-hand slower ball from Faulkner. Mathews has no clue about it, and ends up slogging it to Rahane at long-on

AD Mathews c Rahane b Faulkner 18 (19m 15b 2x4 0x6) SR: 120.00

Two balls to go. Marsh back on strike

19.5

Faulkner to Marsh, 2 runs, full and wide, driven wide of long-off, and Marsh retains strike for the last ball

19.6

Faulkner to Marsh, SIX, Faulkner misses his length, drops this slightly short than full and Marsh gets across and gets under the ball, and lofts this over long-on for six

Pune have done well, although they will be disappointed with 178 after the start they got. They did play most of this innings like a side with nothing to lose. We will be back with the chase soon

End of over 20 (13 runs) Pune Warriors 178/4
MR Marsh    35* (21b 2x4 3x6)      JP Faulkner    4-0-35-1
M Rawat    0* (0b)      KK Cooper    4-0-39-1
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May 5, 2013

Stuart Binny celebrates after scoring the winning runs, Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors, IPL 2013, Jaipur, May 5, 2013

Stuart Binny celebrates after scoring the winning runs

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May 5, 2013

Wayne Parnell and Udit Birla are disappointed after missing an run-out chance in the last over, Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors, IPL 2013, Jaipur, May 5, 2013

Wayne Parnell and Udit Birla are disappointed after missing an run-out chance in the last over

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