4.5 poor stroke! Looks to force one on the up but can only manage to slice it down towards Hogg who takes a regulation catch at third man. Once again, it bounced more than he expected. Delhi in a familiar spot 31/3
    2.2 that's the end of the de Kock show, all too brief. It was the short ball again, but the bounce did him in. He looked to pull off the front foot this time but was in no position, ended up skewing it to Yusuf Pathan who juggles it and takes it on the second attempt at mid-off. 24/1
    2.6 was it sliding down leg? The umpire had no doubts about it whatsoever. This one was angled it full from wide of the crease, Iyer looks to work that across the line but is late on the shot as he is struck in front of middle and leg. I'll say it's a good decision from C Shamsuddin 25/2
    5.3 what has has he done? It was a juicy half volley outside off, he leaned forward to drive but the bat face opened to send it in the air and Pandey, his good friend and Karnataka teammate, takes a simple catch at backward point. Dravid isn't happy with that stroke. Couldn't keep it down, Delhi in trouble, yet again. 35/4
    13.1 the young 'old' man is on fire. Samson shapes to drive but fails to account for the turn, goes through with the stroke as the ball takes the inside edge, Uthappa did well to pick that one and stayed low to complete an excellent catch. 84/8
    9.6 deceived in flight this time. Steps out to go over long-on, but it was a lot slower through the air, the wild swing only connected with the humid Kolkata air as Uthappa whipped the bails off in a jiffy 55/5
    10.5 and there's his revenge. Well-disguised googly, lands it on off, Brathwaite was late on the stroke, didn't pick it up at all and the ball had already thudded into his pad even before the bat came down. Chawla gives him a 'goodbye' send-off. The Brathwaite show failed to take off tonight. Dravid has a worried look on his face 67/6
    12.4 dream delivery for any legspinner. Tossed it up nicely on middle, gets a bit of inward drift as well, Morris is invited into playing the big stroke against the spin but is done in by the turn as the ball sneaks through the gap between bat and pad to disturb the stumps. 84/7
    not out
    15.4 crafty stuff this! This was superbly flighted, but the wrong-un. Mishra was lured into the drive, but was late on the stroke, got a thick edge and Gambhir made that catch at slip look ridiculously easy. Excellent captaincy in the first place to position himself there. 92/9
    17.4 as easy as they come. Zaheer looks to make room and go over cover, but is cramped for room, he goes through with the stroke, but can only lob it towards Pandey, who runs a few steps back to take it. 98/10
    12 (w 12)
    98 all out (17.4 Overs, RR: 5.54)
    Fall of wickets: 1-24 (Quinton de Kock, 2.2 ov), 2-25 (Shreyas Iyer, 2.6 ov), 3-31 (Mayank Agarwal, 4.5 ov), 4-35 (Karun Nair, 5.3 ov), 5-55 (Pawan Negi, 9.6 ov), 6-67 (Carlos Brathwaite, 10.5 ov), 7-84 (Chris Morris, 12.4 ov), 8-84 (Sanju Samson, 13.1 ov), 9-92 (Amit Mishra, 15.4 ov), 10-98 (Zaheer Khan, 17.4 ov)
    AD Russell302438.0082020
    UT Yadav302107.0092100
    JW Hastings2.41622.25131000
    C Munro10707.0040100
    GB Hogg411934.75162010
    PP Chawla402125.25161110

Match Notes

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