2nd Test Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 30 April 2017

West Indies vs Pakistan

3rd Test,
Pakistan tour of West Indies, 2017, Roseau, Dominica

West Indies vs Pakistan

10 May 2017 19:30 (IST)

1st Match,
New Zealand and Bangladesh in Ireland Tri-Series, 2017, Dublin

Ireland vs Bangladesh

12 May 2017 15:15 (IST)

27th Match, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, 30 April 2016

Hyderabad vs Bangalore

Bangalore 2nd Inn:179/6 (20)

Kedar Jadhav* 25 (15);
Mustafizur Rahman* 4-0-34-1; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4-0-36-1;

Last bat: Parvez Rasool

Result: Hyderabad won by 15 runs.

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Bangalore Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Virat Kohli(c) c Ashish Reddy & b Mustafizur 14 17 1 0 82.35
Lokesh Rahul(wk) c N Ojha & b Henriques 51 28 6 1 182.14
AB de Villiers c Williamson & b Barinder 47 32 3 2 146.88
Shane Watson runout (Barinder) 2 3 0 0 66.67
Sachin Baby c Dhawan & b Nehra 27 16 3 1 168.75
Kedar Jadhav not out 25 15 0 2 166.67
Parvez Rasool c Henriques & b Bhuvneshwar 10 9 1 0 111.11
Harshal Patel dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kane Richardson dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Varun Aaron dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Tabraiz Shamsi dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 0, w - 2, nb - 0)3
Total(179 for 6 in 20 overs)179 (8.95 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/42 (Virat Kohli, 5.2 ov.) 2/83 (Lokesh Rahul, 9.6 ov.) 3/90 (Shane Watson, 11.2 ov.)
4/129 (AB de Villiers, 14.4 ov.) 5/152 (Sachin Baby, 17.1 ov.) 6/179 (Parvez Rasool, 19.6 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Ashish Nehra 4 0 32 1 8  
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 36 1 9 (1w)
Mustafizur Rahman 4 0 34 1 8.5  
Barinder Sran 4 0 36 1 9 (1w)
Moises Henriques 4 0 40 1 10  
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) c de Villiers & b Tabraiz Shamsi 92 50 9 5 184
Shikhar Dhawan c & b Kane Richardson 11 11 2 0 100
Kane Williamson c Rahul & b Watson 50 38 7 0 131.58
Moises Henriques not out 31 14 1 3 221.43
Naman Ojha(wk) c de Villiers & b Kane Richardson 1 3 0 0 33.33
Deepak Hooda runout (Rahul) 2 2 0 0 100
Ashish Reddy not out 2 3 0 0 66.67
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mustafizur Rahman dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Barinder Sran dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ashish Nehra dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 3, nb - 1)5
Total(194 for 5 in 20 overs)194 (9.7 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/28 (Shikhar Dhawan, 3.4 ov.) 2/152 (David Warner, 15.5 ov.) 3/160 (Kane Williamson, 16.5 ov.)
4/161 (Naman Ojha, 17.2 ov.) 5/190 (Deepak Hooda, 19.1 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Kane Richardson 4 0 45 2 11.25  
Shane Watson 4 0 33 1 8.25 (1w)
Parvez Rasool 4 0 33 0 8.25  
Varun Aaron 3 0 27 0 9 (1w)
Harshal Patel 1 0 16 0 16 (1w)
Tabraiz Shamsi 4 0 39 1 9.75  
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Rahul, FOUR, that's a blatant half-volley and Rahul is having none of it. Floats it up there on off to find swing, and is punched back straight past mid-off - who strangely doesn't bother diving

4

to Rahul, FOUR, creamed over the covers. That's one of the more picturesque strokes in our game. Fullish outside off, and Rahul paints a lofted drive over the infield

4

to Rahul, FOUR, oh my! The message is loud and clear from Rahul. He's not here to make up the numbers. Only slightly short outside off, and Rahul laces a pristine square cut past backward point

4

to Kohli, FOUR, steps to leg while hurling down the track and clatters a length ball through the off-side. Take that! Virat and his cover-drives. I can watch him bat to a bowling machine

4

to Rahul, FOUR, there he goes. Jee, it's quite a shock for me to watch Rahul bat this way. Everything is usually serene with him. Runs down the pitch, throws his arms at a length ball outside off and carves it over the covers. One bounce and over the ropes. The calm quiet waters are waving

W

to Kohli, out Caught by Ashish Reddy!! It takes two balls to make an impact, and it's the big one. Kohli .. I just don't know what spurned him .. but he waltzes down the track looking to carve it over the off-side. But The Fizz is one canny customer. Must have rolled his fingers across to extract that extra-bounce, forces Virat to slice it in the air and straight to point for a sharp catch. Reddy had better held on to it, and he did. Kohli c Ashish Reddy b 14(17) [4s-1]

4

to Rahul, FOUR, this is some awesome stuff from Rahul. I, for one, am pleasantly surprised with how he's paced it. Sees the full ball outside off, and divinely lifts it over cover

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, "you get busy living, or you get busy dying." I don't even know why I put that up here. Doesn't make sense. But then, nor does THIS from AB. Tries to whack a full ball down the ground, and collects a boundary in the opposite direction. Skews it off a thick outside edge over short third man. Weird, that quote. Completely out of context

6

to Rahul, SIX, this is too much to take from Rahul. Superb batting. He's timed each and every one of his shots, give and take a few. Short ball and he's already in the swivel as if he's got a premonition. Belts a pull over the square leg ropes

4

to Rahul, FOUR, and it continues. This dream innings. There's enough width and Rahul is seeing 'em alright. Flashes hard and it goes screaming past backward point

OT

to Rahul, 2 runs, doff your hats to this young man as he takes a bow on a fine half-century. Waits on a slower ball and clips it through square leg before rushing back for two

W

to Rahul, out Caught by N Ojha!! It's over. Ironically comes to an end with the shot which he executed like a dream. Skiddy short of length delivery around off, Rahul wants to run it down to third man but finds a faint outside edge instead. Removes his skull cap and puts it back in the helmet with a lot of self-loathing. Well played though! Rahul c N Ojha b 51(28) [4s-6 6s-1]

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, that's a slap in the face. As much for Hooda, as for Sran. Short ball outside off, and it's been dispatched. Rocketed past backward point

W

to Watson, out Watson Run Out!! 1 run completed! What has Watson done here? He's taken the second run too easy, and now he's in danger owing to a direct hit from the deep. Forget danger, he looks a gonner. Give me a break. Terrible running. It's very close actually with his bat seemingly on the line when the stumps light up. Nothing seems to be over the line, and the third umpire concurs with me. Firstly, he clipped it neatly off the pads behind square. It all seemed so innocuous with Barinder having so much ground to cover from deep square leg. That lulled Watson into a false sense of security and he paid the maximum price for it. Watson run out (Barinder) 2(3)

6

to Sachin Baby, SIX, he's launched that over wide long-on due to sheer defiance. had completely got him there with a slower length ball, duped him into an early slog but Baby didn't hold back. Threw all he had and then some more. Clears a sheepish Warner, just

6

to de Villiers, SIX, surely. Surely there are better ways. To commit suicide. Why bother bowling a length ball. Never mind, AB whacks it over cow corner

6

to de Villiers, SIX, yes, he's getting there. BEAST MODE is about to be activated. Short ball. Not short enough. Not high enough. And it's been pulled well in front of square #Bossman

4

to Sachin Baby, FOUR, 19 off the over, and the tables might have turned again. Shortish slower ball outside off and zooms away past short third man off the outside edge. Baby won't mind. Why the heck would he?

4

to de Villiers, FOUR, right. Boundary off the first ball and now we'll see how responds to extreme pressure. Either he'll be pulverized into ash, or come shining out like a diamond. How I get weird when AB is batting. Length ball down leg, whipped past short fine leg

W

to de Villiers, out Caught by Williamson!! Catch that, catch that .. and Williamson has done it without breaking a sweat. Oh he made it look so easy. Length ball smeared with risk around off. More often than not, AB would kill it. This time he slices it in the air in front of long-on. Williamson makes good ground, plunges forward and nestles it safely. What have BLR got left? de Villiers c Williamson b 47(32) [4s-3 6s-2]

4

to Sachin Baby, FOUR, he's pulled the Dilscoop out. Ingenius from Baby. It's not about genius actually as much as it's about making sure that those teeth are not in harm's way. Scoops it superbly over the keeper and Bhuvi's length helped his cause

4

to Sachin Baby, FOUR, rare goof-up from . His attempted yorker has been terribly overdone and it's a waist high full toss outside off which is flayed over backward point. Even third man is in the ring. There's a contention that it might be a no-ball. It's just above waist height when Baby connects, but the ball was dipping and Baby was on the charge. Would have been below the waist had he been standing his ground

W

to Sachin Baby, out Caught by Dhawan!! Doesn't help much if you lob full tosses straight to fielder. I'm afraid it's all going haywire pretty quickly for BLR. High full toss, around the knees, and Baby can't generate enough power on the loft. Sachin Baby c Dhawan b 27(16) [4s-3 6s-1]

6

to K Jadhav, SIX, crucial blow! Keeps us interested and makes sure that the match is still breathing, albeit on a ventilator. Bends low to a full ball and flogs it over square leg. Deep square leg is interested as there isn't much power behind the stroke, then realizes it's going over and jumps back only to tip it over the ropes

6

to K Jadhav, SIX, they need a bunch of these from here. offers a full toss and is hurled into the deep mid-wicket stands by a pumping Jadhav

4

to P Rasool, FOUR, stands tall to heave a short of length delivery through mid-wicket. Doesn't matter

W

to P Rasool, out Caught by Henriques!! A perfect end to the innings with a well judged catch taken in the deep. Rasool skies a slower ball, lobs it off a thick edge and is caught at deep mid-wicket by Henriques who is perfectly aware of the ropes. P Rasool c Henriques b 10(9) [4s-1]

4

Richardson to Warner, FOUR, that is a gift. Short and down the leg-side, Warner did not have to do much. Just helped it on its way and the fielder at fine leg had no chance to cut it off

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, first four off Dhawan's bat. Length ball on the stumps, Dhawan did not try to hit it hard, just presented the full face of the bat and beat the fielder at mid-off

4

Rasool to Dhawan, FOUR, this one just droed inside the long-on fence. Danced down the track and wristed the loft over mid-on

4

Richardson to Warner, FOUR, short ball and Warner will hit them all day long. Shapes for the pull and gets it well in front of square through mid-wicket, the ball raced away to the fence

W

Richardson to Dhawan, out Caught&Bowled!! The previous ball stopped on him and then also Dhawan did not learn his lesson. Once again he was early on the shot. This time went through with it and did not try to quell it down, as a result a simple catch back to the bowler. Changing the ends of Richardson has worked for BLR. Dhawan c and b Richardson 11(11) [4s-2]

4

Patel to Warner, no ball, FOUR, this hairstyle has not worked for him for sure. Oversteps and Warner throws his bat on this length delivery, gets it off the outer edge to third man, who fails to stop it after moving to his right. Free-hit coming up

6

Patel to Warner, SIX, what has he done? Bowls full on a free-hit. Warner did what he will do with it even in his backyard. Smoked it over the long-on fence

4

Patel to Warner, FOUR, back of a length delivery and Warner makes a bit of width. Carves it over backward point, fetches an easy four

4

Shamsi to Warner, FOUR, not that short but enough width to effect the cut shot. Almost fetches it from the gloves of the keeper, beats short third man and the ball raced away

4

to Williamson, FOUR, this is a sonnet from Williamson. Stayed leg-side, in fact made a bit of room as well. Lofted this fullish delivery over the fielder at mid-off

4

to Warner, FOUR, that is cute from the Aussie. Warner used the pace behind this back of a length delivery and then steered it into the third man fence

4

Rasool to Warner, FOUR, we should not blame Rasool. First time he gave a bit of room to Warner, he flumed it through covers to bring u his fifty

4

to Warner, FOUR, that's a smash-me ball from Watto. Shortish on leg-stump at 118ks to Warner, seriously Watts? Warner clears his front leg and thrashes it through mid-wicket, beating a desperate dive from Kohli (who ran in from long-on)

4

to Williamson, FOUR, awww! WOW! Just wow! Williamson has some rubber wrists. Pure class from the Kiwi. Shuffles slightly to this overpitched delivery and flicks, up and over mid-wicket, sped away!

4

to Williamson, FOUR, edged and four! Williamson premeditates and stays leg-side, follows him and sprays a full ball angling into his toes. Williamson swings and the outside edge races past the keeper. Can't do much about it ....Such is life

4

to Williamson, FOUR, jeez! Kane-wristy-Williamson at his very best. I would love to see Steven Smith and this lad bat together. It would be a tussle of wrists, surely? Full and in his slot, whipped effortlessly over mid-wicket

4

Rasool to Williamson, FOUR, that ball is begging to be hit. Short at 102ks, Williamson leans on his back foot and bludgeons the ull through mid-wicket

6

Rasool to Warner, SIX, that's a gift and Warner accets it gleefully. Shortish and sat u on middle and leg, Warner backs away and deosits for a 82-metre maximum over long-on

6

Richardson to Warner, SIX, did KW and Warner swap their wrists in the interval? Full and outside off, fetched it from there and whipped with power and panache over mid-wicket. That made it more delightful to watch

4

Richardson to Warner, FOUR, short and wide of off, Warner hops and pulls with utter disdain, in the same region

6

Richardson to Warner, SIX, Warner is in some mood today! Backs away and ramps this short delivery over short third man. Go fetch that!

4

Shamsi to Williamson, FOUR, and the carnage continues... Floated up around middle, Williamson knelt down and belted the sweep over mid-wicket

6

Shamsi to Warner, SIX, that's more like it! No flirting around with the stance this time. Stays solid and wallops this flighted delivery into the long-on stands

W

Shamsi to Warner, out Caught by de Villiers!! End of a fantastic knock from the HYD skipper. He knew straightaway that he didn't hit that well. My colleague Pratyush blames me... chirps "You jinxed him." Did I? Back to cricket, it was fired full and followed Warner who was backing away. Wanted to loft but skewed it off the toe-end, straight to AB at long-off. Warner c de Villiers b Shamsi 92(50) [4s-9 6s-5]

4

to Williamson, FOUR, oh Kane Williamson! You little rippah! Magical wrists. Okay, I'll stop drooling over. Back of a length outside off, Williamson skips across and uses his wrists to whip that behind square. That's T-I-M-E-D

OT

to Williamson, 1 run, fullish and straight, Williamson reaches his fifty with a clip along the ground through mid-wicket

W

to Williamson, out Caught by Rahul!! Watto gets his man! Hurls a short delivery outside off, Williamson backs away and rises on his tippy toes to flay that over the infield (obviously over the off-side). Couldn't quite get hold of that. Gets a faint top-edge that lands in the safe mitts of KL Rahul. Williamson c Rahul b 50(38) [4s-7]

W

Richardson to N Ojha, out Caught by de Villiers!! Another one for Richardson and another dolly for AB. The off-cutter angling in on middle and leg, Ojha makes room and heaves... Kissed the toe-end and went straight down the throat of long-on. N Ojha c de Villiers b Richardson 1(3)

6

Richardson to Henriques, SIX, Henriques isn't holding back. Sees the length (which is short) and dismisses it out of his sight - With a thunderous pull over mid-wicket

6

Richardson to Henriques, SIX, that must have landed near Charminar! What power, what striking. Yet again, a length ball pleading to be dispatched. Henriques clears his front leg and parcels it for a 96-metre six into the cow corner stands

6

Shamsi to Henriques, SIX, Moises Henriques! What is this man up to? Just throwing every ounce of power he has... Waltzes down the pitch like a greyhound and smites it straight down the ground

4

Shamsi to Henriques, FOUR, in the slot and Henriques clatters it with a pull through mid-wicket

W

to Deepak Hooda, out Deepak Hooda Run Out!! 1 run completed. Full and wide, Hooda opens the bat face and squeezes it towards backward point. Sets off for a single and then decides to sprint for an ill-advised second. Richardson fumbles but manages to send in a decent throw. Rahul bends low and whips the bails...all this while Hooda was diving and doing his best to get back but that willow was IN THE AIR.... Deepak Hooda run out (Kane Richardson/Rahul) 2(2)

Hyderabad

 David Warner (c) Shikhar Dhawan  Moises Henriques
 Kane Williamson  Naman Ojha (wk) Deepak Hooda
 Ashish Reddy  Bhuvneshwar Kumar  Mustafizur Rahman
 Barinder Sran  Ashish Nehra  Yuvraj Singh
 Karn Sharma  Abhimanyu Mithun  Siddarth Kaul
 Ben Cutting  Trent Boult  Tirumalsetti Suman
 Vijay Shankar  Ricky Bhui  Eoin Morgan
 Aditya Tare  Bipul Sharma   
           

Bangalore

 Virat Kohli (c) Shane Watson  AB de Villiers
 Sachin Baby  Lokesh Rahul (wk) Kedar Jadhav
 Parvez Rasool  Harshal Patel  Kane Richardson
 Varun Aaron  Tabraiz Shamsi  Chris Jordan
 David Wiese  Vikramjeet Malik  Sreenath Aravind
 Mandeep Singh  Adam Milne  Vikas Tokas
 Chris Gayle  Travis Head  Akshay Karnewar
 Praveen Dubey  Sarfaraz Khan  Stuart Binny
 Yuzvendra Chahal  Iqbal Abdulla  Abu Nechim
      
           
IPL 2017 Points Table
TEAM MAT PTS
KKR 10 14
MI 09 14
SRH 10 13
RPS 09 10
KXIP 09 08
GL 09 06
RCB 10 05
DD 08 04
IPL 2017 - Full table
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IPL 2017 Points Table
TEAM MAT PTS
KKR 10 14
MI 09 14
SRH 10 13
RPS 09 10
KXIP 09 08
GL 09 06
RCB 10 05
DD 08 04
IPL 2017 - Full table