10:37pm What a match. Brathwaite still out there with the home fans, walking around and showing his gratitude as they finish their home leg of the tournament. We'll see you tomorrow. Have a good night!
Carlos: We owe these fans. Three of our wins have come at home. Alzarri was warming up but the guys said it was my night so I backed myself [in the Super Over].
Pollard: Things went pretty well when we batted. Alzarri bowled well after the first 10 overs. 216 I thought was just about par, could have got 20-30 more. It was a great game of cricket. Our boys fought hard. In hindsight I could have bowled the last over, but he [Neesham] did the job for us a couple of nights ago. Yeah he had a bad day but I backed him. I could have maybe backed myself like Carlos here did tonight, but it's part and parcel of the game.
Carlos Brathwaite is the Man of the Match.
10.18pm What a turnaround. Helped along by that Neesham spell, sure, but this is a superb comeback nonetheless. They'd conceded 136 in the first 11 overs, pulled it back in the middle overs and kept it to 216. Were four down halfway through and still managed to stay alive into the last over. When it came, they found some luck, and with the second chance in the Super Over, they completely dominated the best team in the tournament. All that bickering before Brathwaite's over in the dugout is history now. He's almost singlehandedly hauled them to victory tonight. He's leading the victory lap.
Bravo and Pollard walk out. Lendl Simmons also padded up. Carlos Brathwaite will bowl. Doesn't look like the dugout is pleased with that decision. Alzarri has been called over and told by a coach that he should be bowling, although there's no way to confirm that. He shrugs. But some players and pretty much all the coaching staff are not happy with something. Not great signs. It is Brathwaite now, in any case.
A good start and a great finish from Brathwaite there. Ali Khan did so well in the three balls in between, but this is now a stiff target. Knight Riders have to get what Patriots had to get in regulation time - 19 to win off 6. Could be Cottrell who bowls the over. But Alzarri Joseph is also in the mix.
9:55pm Evin Lewis and Carlos Brathwaite will be the first two batsmen. Ali Khan will bowl. Third man, fine leg, point and square leg are in the circle.
9:48pm It's a Super Over now, of course. Patriots will bat...after a toss that TKR win. That knock from Lewis dismantled Neesham earlier in the innings, hitting him for 31, and setting the pace early on. TKR came back from that with four wickets before the 10-over mark, but Brathwaite's brilliant fifty kept his team in it. It was still a tall ask but a swinging, flailing Emrit has done it for Patriots. A superb penultimate over from Ali Khan gave TKR an 18-run cushion, but two edges on either side of the keeper, helped along by the no-ball from Neesham means the match is still alive.
A boundary ties this. If they could pick one bowler tonight to be bowling this ball, Patriots would have chosen Neesham. Can he hold them down?
Good over and the end of a top spell from Ali Khan. 1 for 6 in that over, 2 for 27 on the night. Will it be Pollard to bowl the last over? No. It's Neesham! Quite the vote of confidence from Pollard. 18 to defend.