Kolkata Knight Riders:Chris Lynn, Sunil Narine, Nitish Rana, Robbie Uthappa, Dinesh Karthik, Andre Russell, Shubman Gill, Piyush Chawla, Kuldeep Yadav, Harry Gurney, Prasidh Krishna.
Chasing an imposing 214, KKR did not have the ideal start with 33/3 inside five overs and Robin Uthappa further complicated the equation consuming 20 deliveries for his nine runs.
"To lose by 10 runs, it's just two hits away".
They were left needing 24 from the final over, Ali was given the bowling responsibilities and despite seeing the second ball sail back over his head for another Russell maximum, the England all-rounder held his nerve to secure a second successive win for RCB after a run of six straight defeats. He returned after scoring 66 off 28 balls (5x4s, 6x6s).
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Shane Watson loves batting on good pitches and Bangalore is going to offer just that. "But with our make-up of the team, that's a good answer", Russell, who has scripted some near-possible wins for his team this season, said. It was pure frustration from Virat Kohli, who must have been anxious about the fact that his efforts in the first innings of the match were getting wasted against KKR for the second time in a row, all because of one man and there was definitely no coming back for KKR once he was dismissed.
"One over can make a big difference in T20 cricket".
Well, Kohli wasn't the only one who lit up the Eden Gardens, as Nitish Rana (46-ball 85*) and Andre Russell (25-ball 65) added 118 runs off just 48 balls to nearly pull off a yet another heist.
But the defending champions won't take RCB for granted knowing they are up against a team boasting of multiple matchwinners.
The Windies cricketer has been in blazing form and is the leading six-hitter of this season with 39 to his credit.