Champions League Twenty20 - 17th match, League B

Royal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi Daredevils

Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 8 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)

5.5

Steyn to Dilshan, 1 run, Dropped Praveen Kumar the culprit, Dilshan pulls a short delivery and the ball dips towards Praveen at fine leg, he runs forward, covers enough ground, dives and fumbles despite getting his fingers underneath the ball, u can't let Dilshan off early

Delhi Daredevils 49/1   TM Dilshan 1* (1b)

6.1

B Kumar to Dilshan, 1 run, gets beside the line and nicely squeezes it past the gap between cover and cover point

6.3

B Kumar to Dilshan, 4 runs, opportunity missed for a run out! Kohli slides to his left at point and cuts it off, Dilshan sets off, stops and turns around and Kohli pauses for a second and attempts a direct hit, he fails to see Boucher charging to the stumps, he should have thrown it to the keeper, no backers for the throw and it's four overthrows

6.4

B Kumar to Dilshan, 1 run

Delhi Daredevils 56/1   TM Dilshan 7* (4b)

7.2

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 2 runs, clipped down towards the vacant spaces at square leg and he takes the first run quickly, excellent running

7.3

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 1 run, works it past square leg but only a single this time

7.5

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 1 run, makes room and cuts him down to deep point

Delhi Daredevils 63/1   TM Dilshan 11* (7b)

8.1

B Kumar to Dilshan, 1 run, pushes it to the off side

8.5

B Kumar to Dilshan, 1 run

Delhi Daredevils 76/1   TM Dilshan 13* (9b)

9.3

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 1 run, fired in quicker, he inside edges to his pads and the ball rolls to cover, takes a quick single

9.6

van der Merwe to Dilshan, no run, quicker delivery on the off stump, he angles it down to point

Delhi Daredevils 79/2   TM Dilshan 14* (11b)

10.2

Kumble to Dilshan, 1 run, gives him width outside off and he chops it down to sweeper cover

10.5

Kumble to Dilshan, 2 runs, flighted outside off and driven down to wide long-off

10.6

Kumble to Dilshan, no run, reads the googly a little late but he manages to chop it down to extra cover

Delhi Daredevils 84/3   TM Dilshan 17* (14b)

11.2

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 1 wide, goes for a wild sweep but it's a little too wide down leg

11.2

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 1 run, turns the face of the bat and clips it down to midwicket

11.4

van der Merwe to Dilshan, no run, taps it towards short leg

11.5

van der Merwe to Dilshan, 1 run, gets to the pitch of the ball and drives to long-off

Delhi Daredevils 89/3   TM Dilshan 19* (17b)

12.1

Kumble to Dilshan, no run, sharp googly and Dilshan reads it late and slams it back to the bowler, Shah scrambles back to his crease

12.2

Kumble to Dilshan, no run, well bowled, comes down the pitch and he reads the googly late and pushes it back to the bowler

12.3

Kumble to Dilshan, no run, another googly and he can only defend it

12.4

Kumble to Dilshan, 1 run, stays at the crease and clubs it to the deep on the on side

12.6

Kumble to Dilshan, OUT, the frustration gets to Dilshan! After a frustrating five balls he tries his signature scoop over the keeper but gets a top edge, Kumble runs forward and completes the catch, top over

TM Dilshan c & b Kumble 20 (22b 0x4 0x6) SR: 90.90

Delhi Daredevils 91/4   TM Dilshan 20 (22b)
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Oct 17, 2009

Ross Taylor dispatches another one for six, Bangalore Royal Challengers v Delhi Daredevils, Champions League Twenty20, League B, Bangalore, October 17, 2009

Ross Taylor dispatches another one for six

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