16th match (N), Chennai, Apr 13 2013, Indian Premier League
Super Kings won by 4 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
player of the match
Ravindra Jadeja
Chennai Super Kings

Jadeja has won the game for them, even as he got caught he won Chennai the game! Went down to the last ball, but how could RP slip up so badly on the last ball of the over? Kohli's expression changed in a matter of a second. He started celebrating and then looked at the umpire. He rightly called it a no-ball, what a big lapse from RP. Jadeja has snatched victory here, 16 needed off the last over and you would have thought Bangalore will prevail but that wasn't the case. We'll get you the presentation details in a bit, but still can't imagine that final delivery.

Sunil: "I thought all those tweets about Sir Jadeja were over the top , but , wow ! When Sir Jadeja wants to get a run , he really does make the bowler bowl a no ball !"

Aashay: "That, my friends, is the power of Jadeja"

Praveen: "Ground moved a little bit to convert RP Singh's correct stepping into a NO Ball.." The legend will live on...

Sundar: "Tell you what, if ever still cameras and capture change in expressions and someone took that photo of Kohli's changing expressions, he would be in for all possible photography awards. The sheer drama of sport. Wasn't RJ who snatched it out of RCB last year as well in that last over, after the assault on Kohli by Albie?"

Kohli: "It was our game to lose in the last six overs. We are relying on big partnership as of now, a few small partnerships will do good for us. RP, T20 is a game like that, I'm still proud of him."

MS Dhoni: "The performance was great, we need to improve our death bowling drastically. We didn't get off to a good start, the pressure was there on the middle order. You can't really afford to play too many dot balls, you have to be there till the 15th or 16th over to cash in."

Jadeja is the Man of the Match: "[With reference to Sir] they are just making fun in a lighter way, not a serious way. I was confident about my batting, I scored two triple-hundreds this season. I was not trying to play any silly shots, it was a good wicket."

That brings us to the end of our coverage for this game. Sidharth Monga is updating his report here. A double-header tomorrow as well, so do join us then. Take care.

Singh to Jadeja, (no ball) 1 run

gone! RCB have snatched victory! Oh no, they haven't! RP has bowled a no-ball! Chennai have won, that was short and wide and Jadeja edged it straight to third man as he tried to cut that. But the umpire Chowdhary has called it a no-ball, RP overstepped according to the umpire. RP overstepped by a big margin there, definitely a no-ball, they get a run for the overstepping and another one for the single they snatched as the catch was taken

2 needed off 1, we seem to be heading towards a Super Over. Jadeja to face, can he finish it off? Can RP get a wicket? They are giving him the single? The fileders are on the circle on the off side

Singh to Morris, 1 run

on a length, drives it hard down the ground to long-on for a single

Not another Super Over? Wow, Morris on strike, two balls to go. A spread field, they'll give him the single

Singh to Morris, 2 runs

full on leg stump, drives it down wide of long-in, Kohli doesn't pick it up cleanly, two more, 3 off 2 now

Singh to Jadeja, 1 run

slower one outside off, cut towards point for a single, he's off strike, just the single

6 needed off 4 and it's Chennai's game now

Singh to Jadeja, SIX runs

Jadeja, you beauty! This is down to the wire, another length ball from RP and he launches that clean over long-on for six

Singh to Jadeja, FOUR runs

third man is up and Jadeja scores a boundary first ball though a touch fortutiously, big outside edge as he tries to go over long-on, four past short third

Rampaul completes a very good spell, 3 for 31 are impressive returns given the context. Who will bowl the last over? RP is the man, Chennai need 16

end of over 1913 runs • 2 wickets
CSK: 150/6CRR: 7.89 RRR: 16.00
Chris Morris4 (2)
Ravindra Jadeja26 (16)
Ravi Rampaul 4-0-31-3
Vinay Kumar 4-0-36-1
Rampaul to Morris, 2 runs

Morris flicks that past square leg for a couple to keep strike

Morris is the new man

Rampaul to Morris, 2 runs

a couple, comes down the track and cracks that through extra cover into the deep for two more runs, KL Rahul, the substitute, has done a good job so far

Rampaul to Bravo, OUT

appeal for lbw and he's been given! Moved well across to drive that through midwicket, was struck on the pads, struck him in line there, didn't look like he inside edged it, Rampaul has taken another one, that would have hit off and middle

Dwayne Bravo lbw b Rampaul 8 (8m 3b 0x4 1x6) SR: 266.66
Rampaul to Bravo, 2 runs

two more, that was in the air for a while and it seemed it would carry the distance, full outside off and he lofts that over extra cover for a couple

Rampaul to Bravo, SIX runs

I called it too early when I said Dhoni's was the decisive breakthrough, you still need to get past this man, short and Bravo latches on, pulling it clean over deep midwicket for six

Rampaul to Bravo, 1 wide

down the leg side, short ball down leg and Rauf calls it

Dwayne Bravo walks in now

Rampaul to Dhoni, OUT

Dhoni is gone, the decisive breakthrough you would think, length ball outside off and Dhoni tried to drive that hard into the off side, got a thick edge to the keeper

MS Dhoni c †Arun Karthik b Rampaul 33 (45m 23b 1x4 2x6) SR: 143.47

29 needed off 12, big ask but Dhoni's more than capable of achieving that. Doing some stretching with the physio in the break between overs. Gayle chimes in and has a word. Rampaul runs in