Right, then. Thanks for joining me on the coverage. Hope you enjoyed it. Join us for the clash between Gujarat Lions and Kings XI Punjab on Monday. Until then, it's goodbye from the commentary desk. Cheers!

Gautam Gambhir: We were very professional. Russell got to Kolkata this morning. The way he started with the ball was commendable. He is a quality player. Once we restricted them to 98, it was half the job done. We aren't used to playing on these kind of wickets, that is why we decided to bowl first. In our chase, someone had to bat through. That is what professional teams do. It was my responsibility to do that. Robin was unbelievable, to give us that kind of start was fantastic. We've covered most of our bases, so we are happy with whatever surfaces we get.

Andre Russell is the Man of the Match. "We just have to adjust to any surface. That is where professionalism comes into play. It wasn't the fastest of wickets, it wasn't slow either. If I get a chance to bat, I'd go out there and do something destructive. When things are going your way, you need to find ways to stay up there. I thought the wicket wouldn't spin that much, but credit to Brad Hogg and Piyush Chawla for backing me up. Well played to captain and Uthappa as well.

In the end, 98 was too little to defend, irrespective of the kind of bowling riches Delhi had. Uthappa set the tone, Pandey finished it off, with Gambhir fighting and grinding his way through after a fiery start. This wasn't a perfect game by KKR, but if you can still manage to win as easily as they did, it can only point to how strong a force they can be.

Zaheer Khan: You learn every day. I was trying to swing the ball too much. I was playing after a long time. I was happy to see the effort of the fast bowlers. Every team is going to have one bad game, hopefully we've got that out of the way. We're just giving our young batting line-up freedom. They are quick learners, they've got the energy. We are happy with our plans and preparation. It's just about letting this team express themselves on the field freely.

10:55pm So another repeat of last night. One-way traffic all the way.Yet another familiar start for Delhi Daredevils. Whatever could go wrong, went wrong. Surely, they can't slip below this performance. They will have plenty of soul-searching to do. Kolkata Knight Riders, meanwhile, have been clinical in all departments. They couldn't have asked for a better start to the season.

Khan to Gambhir, 1 run, eased behind the wicket for a quick single to complete what has been a cakewalk
Khan to Gambhir, 1 wide, banged in short, but way over Gambhir's head, de Kock does well to leap like a goalkeeper to stop that

14 | 13 Runs | KKR: 97/1 (2 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 6.92, RRR: 0.33)

  • Manish Pandey15 (12b)
  • Gautam Gambhir37 (40b)
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile4-0-32-0
  • Chris Morris4-0-21-0
Coulter-Nile to Pandey, FOUR runs, muscles the pull into the midwicket fence. Too short and he climbed onto that. Making batting look really easy
Coulter-Nile to Pandey, FOUR runs, what-a-shot. That was hammered into the cover boundary before I could move my fingers. Too full, he lent into the drive, picked the bones out of that one. No chance for sweeper cover
Coulter-Nile to Gambhir, 1 run, drops it into the off side for a quick single
Coulter-Nile to Gambhir, no run, too short and angling down leg, easy call for the umpire

Supradeep: "Gambhir has changed his game so much! Gosh! Not a single run down to the third man! The last time we saw him in the IPL! That was his most scoring area! Also watch out the open stands! He has that hunger still to perform! Fierce competitor!" Are you really following the commentary?

Coulter-Nile to Gambhir, no run, way too early into the pull, Coulter-Nile rolled his fingers over the ball, lucky to get away with that
Coulter-Nile to Gambhir, FOUR runs, gets a thick edge that flies into the third man boundary. Didn't have the width he was looking for but runs nonetheless

13 | 2 Runs | KKR: 84/1 (15 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 6.46, RRR: 2.14)

  • Manish Pandey7 (10b)
  • Gautam Gambhir32 (36b)
  • Chris Morris4-0-21-0
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile3-0-19-0
Morris to Pandey, no run, looks to play a cross-court forehand over mid-on, gets a bottom edge to the keeper
Morris to Gambhir, 1 run, tickled down to third man
Morris to Pandey, 1 run, looks to help it over short fine, gets some glove on it, just eludes the leaping fielder at 45
Morris to Pandey, no run, dangerous. Walks across the stumps, Morris sees that and floats it dead straight on middle, he somehow gets some bat on it, hits it to short fine leg
Morris to Pandey, no run, looks to back away and slap that over point, beaten for pace
Morris to Pandey, no run, walks across the stumps and punches one to mid-on

12 | 6 Runs | KKR: 82/1 (17 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 6.83, RRR: 2.12)

  • Gautam Gambhir31 (35b)
  • Manish Pandey6 (5b)
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile3-0-19-0
  • Chris Morris3-0-19-0
Coulter-Nile to Gambhir, no run, uppish but lands short of short midwicket. He isn't looking all that comfortable with the short ball around his ribs.

Ritesh Ghimire: "Everyone busy talking about Uthappa and his batting skills and no one noticed Gambhir silently getting his job done."

Emphatic win


Balls left when KKR knocked off the winning runs, their second-largest margin of win in the IPL, by balls remaining

Solid opening


Partnership runs for the first wicket between Gambhir and Uthappa in the IPL. Only Hussey-Vijay (1360 for CSK) have more

Uthappa joins 3000-run club


Batsmen who have made 3000-plus runs in the IPL; Robin Uthappa has become the latest to join this list today

Dismal Daredevils


Instances of Daredevils being bowled out for less than 100 in the IPL, the highest among all teams. Royals are next with 4

Hogging the limelight


Brad Hogg's figures today, his second-best in the IPL; his best is 4 for 29 v CSK last year

Russell flying high


Instances of Russell taking more than 2 wickets in an IPL game. The only previous instance was 3 for 32 v Royals in 2015

Poor Powerplay


Number of times Delhi Daredevils have lost four or more wickets in the Powerplays in the IPL; the last such instance before today was in 2013

Hoping for a turnaround


Delhi Daredevils' win-loss record in the last three IPL seasons. Last year they had a 5-8 record

KKR's Eden


KKR's win-loss record in their last 12 matches at Eden Gardens. Their only defeat was against RCB in 2015