END OF OVER:
19 | 14 Runs | TKR: 162/3 | RR: 8.52

  • Denesh Ramdin42 (23b)
  • Colin Munro70 (47b)
  • Rayad Emrit4-0-42-0
  • Sohail Tanvir3-0-34-1

That's all we have from commentary. Thanks for joining us and hope to see you tomorrow as well.

12.40 am "We wanted to win this game, even though we got off to a flyer, it was important to bat well in the middle and finish off the game. Well played to Munro for doing that," says TKR captain Dwayne Bravo

, "Very happy for the overseas players performaing, with Shadab and Munro, they make it easier for the team. We have a lot of matchwinners. Just need one of two to win. I came here only 20 minutes before the toss after my new baby boy was born. Very happy for it."

"Didn't have someone batting throguh long enough in the top order. Had a few starts, but didn't have enough. Munro got away from us early, but we did well with the other guys," says Warriors captain Martin Guptill, "Not going to win every game of T20. We're getting better with each game, and that's all we can ask for."

"Very nice to win today. Last game, I got out at a crucial stage. But we spoke about it, that if Bravo or myself are there after the Powerplay, we should bat through," says Colin Munro, the Man of the Match, "The wickets here are slower and harder to manufacture shots in the middle, so our plan is to hit hard early on with the new ball. The management supports men when I do that. We played a pretty terrible game in the last game and still we went close, so if we put in a a good game, we'd always be up there"

12.30 am Trinbago Knight Riders have made a potentially tricky chase look ridiculously easy, because they had a top-order batsman play right through Colin Munro has 70 off 47 balls to his name as he walks back to the pavilion. Five fours, five sixes, a bulldozer through most bowling attacks.

Guyana Amazon Warriors, still winless after three matches, would rue the chances they created but could not accept - two catches dropped in two balls in the seventh over - and they might have been hard done by the umpire not upholding an lbw appeal against Munro when he was on 0 - the very next ball after Brendon McCullum was caught for a duck.

18.6
6
Emrit to Ramdin, SIX runs, and there's the win, off a cut shot over the infield to the point boundary.
18.5
1lb
Emrit to Munro, 1 leg bye, looks to whip a good length ball against the angle across him and is struck on the pads instead. Lbw appeal shot down because it pitched outside leg
18.4
0
Emrit to Munro, no run, low full toss on middle and leg, nudges it back to the bowler

Usman : "So who do you think will be the man of the tournament shadab or munro" Still more than a month to go for the other guys to catch up

18.3
0
Emrit to Munro, no run, into the blockhole outside off, squeezes it out to extra cover
18.2
1
Emrit to Ramdin, 1 run, full and outside off, drives to extra cover
18.1
6
Emrit to Ramdin, SIX runs, and there's another! Short ball, outside off, sends it sailing over deep midwicket. That's the 100th six of this CPL

TKR need 9 off 12 balls, with Munro, the opener, still batting on 70 off 44.

END OF OVER:
18 | 11 Runs | TKR: 148/3 (9 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 8.22, RRR: 4.50)

  • Colin Munro70 (44b)
  • Denesh Ramdin29 (20b)
  • Sohail Tanvir3-0-34-1
  • Rashid Khan4-1-18-0
17.6
6
Sohail Tanvir to Munro, SIX runs, over long-on, well over him! Munro gets length, he gets under it and sends it soaring into the night sky. This one's nearly over, fellas. Ramdin's already pumping his fists
17.5
0
Sohail Tanvir to Munro, no run, slower ball plinks off the toe-end of the bat and to the wicketkeeper. His timing's a little off having faced only 11 balls into the last five overs
17.4
1
Sohail Tanvir to Ramdin, 1 run, short and wide, smashes it to the sweeper
17.3
1
Sohail Tanvir to Munro, 1 run, yorker on middle, defends into the covers
17.2
1
Sohail Tanvir to Ramdin, 1 run, pulls a short ball on middle and leg to deep square leg
17.1
2
Sohail Tanvir to Ramdin, 2 runs, top-edge and it swirls out towards long leg. The slower balls are the best way to go, and Tanvir manages to execute it well despite the dew. No fielders in the vicinity though

TKR need 20 off 18 balls for their third victory in four matches. Guyana, meanwhile, are staring a third straight defeat. Can Sohail Tanvir do something about that?

END OF OVER:
17 | 9 Runs | TKR: 137/3 (20 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 8.05, RRR: 6.66)

  • Denesh Ramdin25 (17b)
  • Colin Munro63 (41b)
  • Rashid Khan4-1-18-0
  • Roshon Primus4-0-34-1
16.6
1
Rashid Khan to Ramdin, 1 run, backs away outside leg, expecting the googly, and it is the googly. Cuts from the stumps to the sweeper cover
16.5
1
Rashid Khan to Munro, 1 run, cuts to deep point
16.4
1
Rashid Khan to Ramdin, 1 run, sweep again - seems that's his ploy when he can't read the turn on the ball. This is the googly, and it takes the inside edge
16.3
4
Rashid Khan to Ramdin, FOUR runs, bludgeons a slog sweep to the deep midwicket boundary. Sensational shot, but considering it's a length ball on middle, Rashid didn't really push Ramdin into a corner
16.2
1
Rashid Khan to Munro, 1 run, width on the legbreak, and Munro cuts to deep point
16.1
1
Rashid Khan to Ramdin, 1 run, flat googly, which Ramdin reads and short-arm pulls to deep midwicket

TKR need 29 off 24 now, with seven wickets in hand. Does Rashid have anything up his sleeve? Otherwise, this game's cooked

T&T Riders 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st0BB McCullumSP Narine
2nd79SP NarineC Munro
3rd27C MunroDM Bravo
4th56D RamdinC Munro