18.6
W
Faulkner to Bailey, OUT, Oh what an insane catch! Superb tag-team work from Southee and Karun Nair. What presence of mind. The fielding has veered from ordinary to extraordinary tonight. This is an extraordinary, assisted hokey-pokey catch. On a length and on the leg stump, Bailey attacks it and sends it into the Pune night sky. Tim Southee goes as far back on the long-on boundary as he could, leaps, plucks out his right hand and takes it. But his balance is shot as the momentum threatens to take him over the ad boards. However, he has the presence of mind to pass it to Karun, who dives across to his right and hangs onto a low catch. This is one for archived viewing

GJ Bailey c Nair b Faulkner 24 (26m 18b 2x4 1x6) SR: 133.33

18.3
W
Faulkner to Johnson, OUT, Johnson perishes for nought after being hoodwinked by Faulkner's change of pace. Oh wait, the umpires are checking for a possible no-ball. He may have had some part of his heel behind the bowling crease. Johnson aims to go big and holes out to long-off

MG Johnson c Southee b Faulkner 0 (4m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

17.3
W
Southee to Patel, OUT, hurled in mighty full, not quite a pin-point yorker. Axar steps away and misses it completely. Southee shatters the leg stump. This sluggish knock - 24 off 28 balls - has sucked all the oxygen from Kings XI Punjab's chase

AR Patel b Southee 24 (59m 28b 2x4 0x6) SR: 85.71

13.1
W
Kulkarni to Miller, OUT, After carrying drinks or bowling to his India team-mates for 120 days, Dhawal finally has a wicket in a competitive match. This one lifts from a length outside off, Miller looks to go over the leg side. His crude heave translates into a leading edge, which is swallowed by Faulkner at deep third man after running to his right

DA Miller c Faulkner b Kulkarni 23 (20m 21b 3x4 1x6) SR: 109.52

8.4
W
Binny to Patel, OUT, Another direct hit from Sanju, Vijay is in trouble, Vijay is in trouble. Vijay has to go. He is caught short. OUT flashes on the big screen. This was marginally back of a length and on middle, tucking Axar up for room, the batsman stays back and chops it to the keeper before setting off. Sanju moves to his left and is quick onto the ball and fires another direct hit at the striker's end, this one an under-arm throw

M Vijay run out (†Samson) 37 (43m 32b 4x4 1x6) SR: 115.62

4.6
W
Faulkner to Maxwell, OUT, Southee completes a fine catch, no Maxwell magic today for Kings XI Punjab. Maxwell backs away and aims to smash this back of a length ball away over the off side, but does not get hold of it as he can only splice it. Southee moves to his left from mid-off, dives and snaffles the take

GJ Maxwell c Southee b Faulkner 7 (9m 5b 1x4 0x6) SR: 140.00

2.6
W
Southee to Saha, OUT, Samson reaps reward for alertness. This was fired down leg, Saha can't lay bat onto it. The ball clips Saha's boot on its way to Samson, who moves to his left and collects the ball. Having realised that Saha had strayed out of the crease in search of a quick single, he lasers a throw and hits the stumps and that too with the gloves on. What was Saha doing there?

WP Saha run out (†Samson) 7 (11m 4b 1x4 0x6) SR: 175.00

0.1
W
Southee to Sehwag, OUT, Sehwag gone for a golden duck, Southee delivers the customary early breakthrough. Watto and Dravid look pleased in the dug-out. This was full and moving across Viru, who chases it only to nick it through. The outside edge is well held by Sanju, diving across to his right. I guess his son will be teased more in school, fourth golden duck in IPL for Sehwag

V Sehwag c †Samson b Southee 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Bounty for pace

12

Wickets for the pace bowlers in this match, for 195 runs in 29 overs; spinners had combined figures of 1 for 92 in 11 overs

The all-round team

6

Number of times a Royals player has scored 40-plus and taken 3 or more wickets in an IPL game. Overall in the IPL, it's been done 15 times

The chase masters

19

The number of times Kings XI have chased 160 or more and won in the IPL, easily the highest. CSK are next with 14 such wins

A dozen ducks

12

Zeroes for Virender Sehwag in all T20 games. Among Indian batsmen, only Gambhir, Yusuf Pathan, Piyush Chawla and Amit Mishra have more ducks

Chalk and cheese

24

Runs scored by Faulkner off Johnson in 13 balls. In the 11 balls that Johnson bowled to other batsmen, he conceded 1 run

Expensive Johnson

20

Runs conceded by Mitchell Johnson in the 19th over, his joint highest in a T20 game. He has conceded 20 runs eight times

King among strike bowlers

13.3

Sandeep Sharma's strike rate in IPL games, the best among all bowlers who've bowled at least 50 overs

A Royal duck

4

Number of ducks for Rahane when playing for Royals in the IPL. Among Royals batsmen, only Warne (7) has more

Royals' favourite opponent

8-5

Royals' win-loss record v Kings XI, the most games they've won versus any team in the IPL