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"Very refreshing. Credit to the bowling attack, especially Coulter-Nile and Umesh for bowling quick," says Gautam Gambhir. "Not a lot of teams have pace like we have. Got three guys who can bowl over 140. The plan was to hit the deck hard and the plan worked. We didn't bat well at all. After where we were in the first six, we should've got 170. We need to pull up our socks in the batting department. If you want to win the tournament, you need to bring your A game out in all departments. It was moving around, so I thought there was no point in using spin. The bowling department was very professional, I've not seen as impressive an effort from the bowling attack like I did today. The plan to the bowlers was simple ' just use your pace and show to the world what you've got.' A lot of opponents think we're a chasing side. So if we win batting first, it gives us a lot of confidence.

Nathan Coulter-Nile is the Player of the Match for a ripper of an opening spell. "I guess you have to come out steaming when you're just defending 130 odd. I just had a feeling we were going to do tonight. I haven't been bowling too much, I was so pumped up, I wasn't thinking too much about the no-balls. I thought if I can try to push the batsmen back and then pitch it up and swing, I could get wickets. We've got some world class spinners who didn't even get a ball today. The pitch suited us."

"Our worst batting performance, it really hurts," says an upset Virat Kohli. "After the kind of half that we had, we thought we could capitalise and chase it down. Reckless batting. I can't say anything at the moment. It was that bad. This is just not acceptable. The sightscreen is very small here, one guy got up as the bowler was loading up, that distracted me. Still it wasn't a big deal. That was just one down. Nine guys could have done the job. There's nothing to review anything about the second half, it was that bad. We need to forget it and move forward. We're a much better team. We got 200 plus in the last game. I'm sure everyone realises what they've done wrong. You have to come out, show intent and back yourselves. I'm sure we won't bat like that again in the tournament. After the start they got, the spinners did well. Restricting to 130 was a good effort. We're going back home for a couple of games. We've got back-to-back games, need to try and win those to get some momentum."

In a battle between two batting heavy sides, Narine emerged as the highest scorer. What a collapse this from RCB against pace. Sustained fast bowling of the highest quality from Nathan Coulter-Nile broke RCB's back early on. There was no looking back once he nipped out Kohli, de Villiers and Jadhav. He was backed up superbly by Umesh, Woakes and de Grandhomme. So grand was their bowling effort that Narine wasn't even needed.

If you're wondering how many teams have lost this big previously, we've got them all for you with some context and background

de Grandhomme to Chahal, OUT, pokes at a length ball going away with an angled bat, gets an edge that flies low to Pandey who dives to his left to complete a stunning catch. What a capitulation this. RCB bundled out for the lowest score in IPL history.

YS Chahal c Pandey b de Grandhomme 0 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

de Grandhomme to Mills, OUT, another nothing shot and gone! Length ball outside off, he looks to wallop this across the line over midwicket but miscues it towards mid-off. Kuldeep sprints in from long-off, calls clearly to keep the cover fielder off, settles underneath it and takes it on the move. Superb

TS Mills c Kuldeep Yadav b de Grandhomme 2 (11m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 40.00

Woakes to Aravind, FOUR runs, I'm not sure Aravind believes what he's just done! Length ball angling away, he punches this over cover, flew off the blade. Raced to the boundary.
Woakes to Badree, OUT, gets this to angle back in full on the stumps from wide of the crease, Badree plays down the wrong line. The ball misses the inside edge to hit him on the pad. Would've smashed the middle of middle.

S Badree lbw b Woakes 0 (9m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

If KKR manage to win, this will be only the 10th time a score of 131 or under is defended successfully in IPL

de Grandhomme to Negi, OUT, Got the previous one to slant away, brought this back in to nail him. Super. Negi looks to work across the line when he should have been looking to play straighter. Once he missed, he was a dead duck. Eden Gardens roars. RCB in danger of being bowled out for the lowest-ever IPL score

P Negi lbw b de Grandhomme 2 (6m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

Woakes to Binny, OUT, got him. Flirting at that length ball with an angled bat, super seam position from Woakes as the deviation takes the edge through to Uthappa. Absolute carnage. This was Binny's chance to a win a game for his side, won't happen tonight.

STR Binny c †Uthappa b Woakes 8 (15m 9b 2x4 0x6) SR: 88.88

Woakes to Gayle, OUT, look to muscle the pull over midwicket, but skews it straight to mid-off. Once again the pace doing the trick for KKR. Gayle clearly late on the shot, didn't get any power behind that whatsoever and it turned out to be a dolly. RCB slip and slide further. You can't take Coulter-Nile away from the action tonight, can you?

CH Gayle c Coulter-Nile b Woakes 7 (37m 17b 1x4 0x6) SR: 41.17

UT Yadav to Binny, FOUR runs, width and Binny slashes that past the diving point fielder. Uppish but Pandey had no chance despite a full-stretch to his left.
UT Yadav to Gayle, FOUR runs, thick outside edge, flies into the third man boundary on the bounce. Looks to fetch the pull from way outside off, beaten for pace again. Lucky to get away this time. Gambhir won't mind that

Moin Ahmed : "The way AB got out today is quite similar to the way he got out against Shoaib Akhtar on the very same ground and opposition in first edition of IPL. " Remember that. Spot on

Coulter-Nile to Binny, FOUR runs, width, too full and Binny latches on to smack that over point. Third man didn't move.
Coulter-Nile to Jadhav, OUT, chips it straight to mid-on. Did the ball stop on him? The length ball angles back in, Jadhav was looking to whip this towards midwicket but the bounce meant it hit him on the top part of the bat and mid-on took a dolly. RCB in tatters.

KM Jadhav c Woakes b Coulter-Nile 9 (9m 7b 2x4 0x6) SR: 128.57

NCN to continue. Third over for him

Coulter-Nile to Jadhav, FOUR runs, delightful square drive! Overpitched and Jadhav leant into it to smash that over point. Couple of bounces into the boundary
Coulter-Nile to Jadhav, FOUR runs, edged and over third man. Too full, he backed away to carve this behind point but just about managed to squeeze this over Surya at wide second slip. Useful boundary
Coulter-Nile to Jadhav, 1 no ball, gets this to jag away off the seam from length outside off, Jadhav lets it go. This one's another no-ball. Free-hit for Jadhav
Coulter-Nile to de Villiers, OUT, oh, dear. What is happening at Eden? AB tries to fetch a pull from outside off and the extra pace of Coulter-Nile doe the trick as AB top-edges the pull to Uthappa behind the stumps. The bottom hand came off the glove as he completed the pull, the ball was swirling for a long time, Uthappa called for it and pouched it cleanly on the dive. That delivery was a shade under 150 clicks

AB de Villiers c †Uthappa b Coulter-Nile 8 (5m 6b 2x4 0x6) SR: 133.33

Coulter-Nile to de Villiers, FOUR runs, gift of a delivery for AB. Full and drifting into the pads and he tickles it into the fine leg boundary
UT Yadav to de Villiers, FOUR runs, vintage AB. Sliding onto middle and leg at length and he whips this effortlessly into the midwicket boundary
UT Yadav to Mandeep Singh, OUT, width and he's cut that straight to Pandey at point. RCB are making a mess of this or what? He picked the length early but looked like he checked his shot, almost steered it into the hands of the fielder.

Mandeep Singh c Pandey b UT Yadav 1 (4m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

Coulter-Nile to Kohli, OUT, they've snuffed out Kohli for a first-ball duck. He's livid with the shot, Gambhir and KKR are pumped. Eden roars. This is full outside off, the ball moves away a wee bit, Kohli shapes for the drive away from the body but is late on the stroke and Pandey takes it on the second attempt at a wide second slip.

V Kohli c Pandey b Coulter-Nile 0 (3m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Coulter-Nile to Gayle, 1 no ball, starts off by angling a full delivery outside off, which Gayle leaves. That's one of the biggest no-balls you've seen this season. Free-hit

Gayle and Kohli are ready. We're set for the chase. Nathan Coulter-Nile with the first over. The captain has placed himself at short leg. A slip in place too.

Twenty Pin


This is only the second time that 20 wickets have fallen in an IPL match

KKR's gold


Number of matches RCB has won when Kohli has fallen for a golden duck before today