Result
6th Match, Raipur, Sep 16 2014, Qualifying Group (N), Champions League Twenty20
132/9
(17.2/20 ov, target 133)
133/4
Northern D won by 6 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
Player Of The Match
Northern Districts
ND Innings
Full commentary

11.25pm Hope you enjoyed our coverage. Keep tuning in for the rest of the tournament, and all the other matches we bring you. For now, it's bye from me and Raju.

11.20pm Presentation time. Daniel Flynn: Exceptional performance with the ball, with Tim and Trent setting the tone, and the openers set up the chase. [Main draw] should be fantastic. The boys have really enjoyed the atmosphere."

Scott Styris is the man of the match. "We've been trying to get into this tournament for 4-5 years. Now we have some very good young players. Kane Williamson is a quality player, and the two quicks are world-class."

11.15pm Mumbai lost too many wickets, and asked too much of their lower order, says Kieron Pollard. "Most teams, when they come to India they want to beat Mumbai Indians so they bring their A game. [Knights] fielded well, we could have had 150-160. They could have relaxed but they didn't, that's their professionalism."

Kane Williamson: "We started off the competition a bit shaky [with our fielding], but we know we are a good fielding outfit and it was great to put up a good display in the last two games. It's great to go into the main draw and hope to keep the confidence going."

Imran: "Yeyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lahore Lions Won the Match!!!!"

11.10pm Emphatic win for Knights, who were on top from start to finish. Their new-ball pair gave nothing away, and Styris tightened the screws with his three-for, before Mumbai's lower order took them to a decent but ultimately inadequate total. Dew didn't help Mumbai's cause, but they hadn't put enough runs on the board in any case. Excellent batting from the Knights opening pair, particularly Williamson, whose footwork and strokeplay against the spinners was simply brilliant to watch.

17.2
3
Ojha to Styris, 3 runs
and that is that. It was full and wide, and he scoops it over cover, and the batsmen run three as it dribbles towards the boundary with the cover fielder giving chase
17.1
Ojha to Styris, no run
tossed up on middle stump, and he defends with soft hands, with the turn, towards cover point

Three to win, and Ojha will continue

end of over 1715 runs
ND: 130/4CRR: 7.64 • RRR: 1.00 • Need 3 runs from 18b
Daryl Mitchell16 (13)
Scott Styris0 (0)
Lasith Malinga4-0-31-0
Pragyan Ojha3-0-20-1
16.6
6
Malinga to Mitchell, SIX runs
short ball, and he swivels and pulls it over deep square leg. Made it look so easy
16.6
1w
Malinga to Mitchell, 1 wide
looks for the yorker and slides this down the leg side
16.5
Malinga to Mitchell, no run
back of a length just outside off, defended towards point
16.4
Malinga to Mitchell, no run
bouncer, and Mitchell lets it go outside off
16.3
4
Malinga to Mitchell, FOUR runs
another full-toss, on middle stump, and he clears his front leg and launches that over wide mid-on. Nice clean strike
16.2
Malinga to Mitchell, no run
yorker on off stump, and he pokes that away towards backward point
16.1
4
Malinga to Mitchell, FOUR runs
full-toss, too straight, and it's clipped off the toes to the deep midwicket boundary. Bad ball to start that over with

Scott Styris walks in now

end of over 161 runs • 1 wicket
ND: 115/4CRR: 7.18 • RRR: 4.50 • Need 18 runs from 24b
Daryl Mitchell2 (7)
Pragyan Ojha3-0-20-1
Jasprit Bumrah4-0-26-2
15.6
w
Ojha to Flynn, OUT
oh my. That wasn't short enough to pull, and he's deposited that straight into the hands of Harbhajan at short midwicket
DR Flynn c Harbhajan Singh b Ojha 13 (29m 16b 2x4 0x6) SR: 81.25