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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #40 on: May 03, 2009, 04:58:12 PM »

What a start for BRC!!!

We are looking down the barrell here.

not suprising - i just bought Malinga in my fantasy team  ;)
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #41 on: May 03, 2009, 05:00:07 PM »

Kallis in rare form.  Tearing the Mumbai attack apart now.

Asking rate below 7/O now.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #42 on: May 03, 2009, 05:00:09 PM »

Damn You JFK
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #43 on: May 03, 2009, 05:06:58 PM »

Hehe...Uttappa not able to get Malinga away rather hot to handle.  Maiden over.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #44 on: May 03, 2009, 05:08:37 PM »

BRC has built a lot of buffer now. Can afford to play out Malinga here on.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #45 on: May 03, 2009, 05:11:59 PM »

Utthapa really doing badly here.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #46 on: May 03, 2009, 05:13:02 PM »

Rubbish from Bhajji takes the pressure off him.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #47 on: May 03, 2009, 05:16:06 PM »

I seriously don't understand why MI are playign so many batsmen !!! the selection of 7 batsmen + WK is stupidity !!! Bravo and Nayar cannot be their 4th and 5th bowlers !!!
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #48 on: May 03, 2009, 05:17:15 PM »

I agree. I think it is because apart from JPD and SRT, no one had shown any consistency so far.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #49 on: May 03, 2009, 05:20:10 PM »

Need a flurry of wickets now. Boucher is a good finisher ...so can't leave it too long.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #50 on: May 03, 2009, 05:22:19 PM »

Kallis blasted away and now seems to have decided to bat right thru !! players like kallis, sachin can change gears and do this at will - really amazing to watch !!
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #51 on: May 03, 2009, 05:23:38 PM »

Need a flurry of wickets now. Boucher is a good finisher ...so can't leave it too long.

Boucher is another guy who can do the same in this format. can up the ante and finish things off and play a steady role and pinch singles. real valuable to have him at #5-#6.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #52 on: May 03, 2009, 05:24:04 PM »

I seriously don't understand why MI are playign so many batsmen !!! the selection of 7 batsmen + WK is stupidity !!! Bravo and Nayar cannot be their 4th and 5th bowlers !!!
If you do it, Dont hit in 19th  and 20th over.  Hit from 4 overs early.
Also dont give maiden overs early on in power play.
I don't mind them playing them extra bat, but they must make use of all these if they bat first. A very sub par score in first 10 overs considering you have 7 bats in not acceptable.
In last 10 over you cannot score more than 10-13  runs an over, no matter 10 bats in dugout or 6 bats.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #53 on: May 03, 2009, 05:28:52 PM »

Kallis blasted away and now seems to have decided to bat right thru !! players like kallis, sachin can change gears and do this at will - really amazing to watch !!
BRC, even with the way Utthapam is playing seems all set for the win now. See if Malinga can get any hatricks on this ?
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #54 on: May 03, 2009, 05:31:20 PM »

If I were SRT, would get couple spinners with close in fielders and get Malinga his quota ASAP. No point in waiting to get match out of hand.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #55 on: May 03, 2009, 05:44:44 PM »

Malinga should be bowling now and SRT. Just bowl 4 overs of ZK and Malinga. If they can't pick some wkts, game is over anyways. Why is RST bowling  ???
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #56 on: May 03, 2009, 05:47:18 PM »

Uthappa joins the party ... BRC need close to run a ball now
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #57 on: May 03, 2009, 05:49:23 PM »

pathetic captaincy by SRT.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #58 on: May 03, 2009, 05:49:24 PM »

BRC doing it nicely now.

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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #59 on: May 03, 2009, 05:51:45 PM »

Sanath on now???

What are they holding Malinga back for?
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #60 on: May 03, 2009, 05:52:01 PM »

pathetic captaincy by SRT.

even that is an understatement ;)
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #61 on: May 03, 2009, 05:53:47 PM »

RU in a hurry to finish things off.. 100 partnership in a 20-20.great job from these two here
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #62 on: May 03, 2009, 05:53:55 PM »

Sanath on now???

What are they holding Malinga back for?

to bowl 18th and 20 th over  :D :D
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #63 on: May 03, 2009, 05:53:58 PM »

These vodafone ads are brilliant!!!
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #64 on: May 03, 2009, 05:55:12 PM »

Finally, Malinga is here. But too late.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #65 on: May 03, 2009, 05:56:03 PM »

These vodafone ads are brilliant!!!

exactly - the shower ad, stock markets, bhkati sagar one are too good. some real creative guy there for ads.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #66 on: May 03, 2009, 05:56:45 PM »

Kallis is on drugs. Not fair.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #67 on: May 03, 2009, 05:58:27 PM »

Obviously SRT has nothing to do with those ads.

Apparently they have 31 or 39 such - specially created for the IPL
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #68 on: May 03, 2009, 05:59:44 PM »

Sanath over Bhajji???
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #69 on: May 03, 2009, 06:00:18 PM »

Gutsy Mumbai fight back to reach 149
3 May 2009, 5:01 pm



20 overs Mumbai Indians 149 for 4 (Jayasuriya 52, Bravo 50*, du Preez 3-32) against Royal Challengers Bangalore

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Dillon du Preez started with a dream over

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Royal Challengers Bangalore pulled a rabbit out of the hat by picking little-known South African allrounder Dillon du Preez, who ripped through the Mumbai Indians top order with his medium-pacers. However, a resilient Mumbai showed why they are among the favourites for the title; Sanath Jaysuriya started the recovery before Dwayne Bravo and Abhishek Nayar slammed 48 runs off the last three overs to lift their side to a competitive total.

du Preez started off with that rarest of beasts in Twenty20s - the double-wicket maiden, and it included the scalp of Sachin Tendulkar.  Handed the ball in the fourth over there were a quiet couple of balls before he induced an outside edge off Tendulkar to the safe hands of Rahul Dravid at slip, to spark wild celebrations. The hint of away movement in the next delivery had Ajinkya Rahane giving catching practice to slip. JP Duminy, already a regular at firefighting in his short IPL career, walked in on the hat-trick delivery and shouldered arms which rapped his pads, but was saved by the height.

The Boys' Own story continued for du Preez in his next over, with his first poor delivery also fetching him a wicket; Duminy went for an ill-advised pull to a long hop angling away from him, only under-edging it to the wicketkeeper. du Preez's figures were a scarcely believable 1.2-1-0-3, and Mumbai were gasping at 23 for 3.

They would have been in a bigger hole still had Roelof van der Merwe spotted a mi* from Jayasuriya early while fielding at midwicket in the fifth over. Jayasuriya capitalised on the reprieve, and began reviving Mumbai with a steady partnership with Bravo. After a watchful beginning - he was on 11 off 20 at one stage - he broke free in the eighth over, muscling a fractionally short ball over mid-on's head, and then hammering the next delivery into the crowd behind midwicket. There were also the Jayasuriya trademarks, powerful slaps over point and some nimble running between the wickets. Despite all that, Mumbai reached the strategic time-out at a unsatisfactory 53 for 3.

Spin had been Bangalore trump card in the past couple of games, but it wasn't introduced till the 11th over today. Jayasuriya used the sweep effectively against the slow bowlers, and a couple of fours off Anil Kumble took him to 50. However, he fell soon after, off the first ball from van der Merwe, swatting straight to midwicket.

Bravo was following the Jayasuriya method of taking his time to gauge the pitch. There were some stylish flicks, and deft dabs to third man but it wasn't till the 18th over - 12 overs after he came in - that he hit his first boundary.

Bangalore would have been happy with Mumbai's 101 for 4 after 17, but Bravo and Nayar launched a late blitz. There were two fours off Vinay Kumar, before Bravo struck consecutive sixes off van der Merwe. The momentum was clearly with Mumbai, and the final over started off with two fours from Nayar. What was to be the last ball of the innings illustrated how things fell apart for Bangalore - Nayar missed a sweep off du Preez, and the batsmen set off for a non-existent single, the bowler had plenty of time to throw down the stumps from a few yards, but missed giving away overthrows. What's more, he had overstepped while delivering.

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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #70 on: May 03, 2009, 06:01:22 PM »

well.. half way stage .. top 4 teams will have 8 points each..
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #71 on: May 03, 2009, 06:02:14 PM »

BRC back in the top half. What a turnaround!!
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #72 on: May 03, 2009, 06:03:02 PM »

BRC will get a NRR boost with this win

Even competition.. all except KKR in the game
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« Reply #73 on: May 03, 2009, 06:03:31 PM »

And that ends one MASSIVE thrashing.

Well played BRC.
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #74 on: May 03, 2009, 06:03:40 PM »

Uthappa is a big lad ... Jaya seems so small in front of RU & Kallis
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« Reply #75 on: May 03, 2009, 06:05:11 PM »

bravo kumble.. this is the way to lead ateam.. his presence is enough
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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #76 on: May 03, 2009, 06:05:27 PM »

Would be fun now to go and see the semis prediction thread :D
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« Reply #77 on: May 03, 2009, 06:07:53 PM »

Well KP won two and AK won two as skipper of this team. I think with Van Merwe, they have found another limb sort of - since then, they have been a totally different team.
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« Reply #78 on: May 03, 2009, 08:01:16 PM »

Dominant Bangalore crush Mumbai
3 May 2009, 6:52 pm



Royal Challengers Bangalore 150 for 1 (Kallis 69*, Uthappa 66*) beat Mumbai Indians 149 for 4 (Jayasuriya 52, Bravo 50*, du Preez 3-32) by nine wickets

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Dillon du Preez had a debut to tell the grandkids about

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What a difference a week makes. Last Sunday, Royal Challengers Bangalore were at the bottom of the table, had slumped to their fourth consecutive defeat, and were looking ahead to surviving without two key batsmen, Rahul Dravid and Kevin Pietersen. Now, after a thoroughly dominant performance against  Mumbai Indians they are jostling for a share of the top spot. The reversal of fortunes was illustrated by the two men who blunted the powerful Mumbai bowling, Jacques Kallis and Robin Uthappa, who shrugged off their forgettable starts to the tournament with superbly paced half-centuries.

The star of the first half for Bangalore was little-known South African allrounder Dillon du Preez who had an IPL debut to tell the grandkids about, taking three early wickets with his medium-pacers. A resilient Mumbai showed why they are among the favourites for the title; Sanath Jayasuriya started the recovery before Dwayne Bravo and Abhishek Nayar slammed 48 runs off the last three overs to lift their side to what-had-seemed a competitive total.

du Preez started off with that rarest of beasts in Twenty20s - the double-wicket maiden, and it included the scalp of Sachin Tendulkar. Handed the ball in the fourth over there were a quiet couple of balls before he induced an outside edge off Tendulkar to the safe hands of Rahul Dravid at slip, to spark wild celebrations. The hint of away movement in the next delivery had Ajinkya Rahane giving catching practice to slip.

The Boys' Own story continued for du Preez in his next over, with his first poor delivery also fetching him a wicket; Duminy went for an ill-advised pull to a long hop angling away from him, only under-edging it to the wicketkeeper. du Preez's figures were a scarcely believable 1.2-1-0-3, and Mumbai were gasping at 23 for 3.

Jayasuriya then began reviving Mumbai with a steady partnership with Bravo. After a watchful beginning - he was on 11 off 20 at one stage - he broke free in the eighth over, muscling a fractionally short ball over mid-on's head, and then hammering the next delivery into the crowd behind midwicket. There were also the Jayasuriya trademarks, powerful slaps over point and some nimble running between the wickets. Despite all that, Mumbai reached the strategic time-out at an unsatisfactory 53 for 3.



Prime Numbers

22.83

Sanath Jayasuriya's average after six innings

10

The number of wickets picked up by Anil Kumble, the highest for Bangalore

66*

The total runs added for the fifth wicket by Abhishek Nayar and Dwayne Bravo, a record this season

69*

Runs scored by Jaques Kallis today, the best by a Bangalore batsman

126*

The runs added by Kallis and Robin Uthappa for the second wicket, the second best partnership for any wicket

9 and 11

Bangalore win by nine wickets with 11 balls remaining. The second most comfortable win this season in terms of wickets and also by balls remaining in the second innings

8.70

Dwayne Bravo's economy rate, the worst for a Mumbai bowler who has bowled more than 15 overs



Bravo was following the Jayasuriya method of taking his time to gauge the pitch. There were some stylish flicks, and deft dabs to third man but it wasn't till the 18th over - 12 overs after he came in - that he hit his first boundary. Mumbai were 101 for 4 after 17 overs, but a spell of frenetic hitting from Bravo and Nayar took them towards 150, a score which has proved eminently defendable in this tournament.

As usual, Bangalore had a new combination at the top of the order, Kallis and Wasim Jaffer, but the start was completely different from those earlier in the tournament. Kallis began aggressively, with a couple of boundaries off the first over, and his response when the bowler of the series so far, Lasith Malinga, was exceptional. He was welcomed with a clip over midwicket for six, and two balls later there was a powerful uppercut - a shot Kallis used frequently all innings - for six more. Seventeen came off the over, and Bangalore had sprinted to 41 for 1 after four overs.

Jaffer fell early, bringing in Uthappa, who started scratchily against the side he represented last season. It wasn't till the spinners came on that he found his touch. On 5 off 11 balls, the pressure was beginning to tell on him but a loose over from Harbhajan Singh gave him confidence. With the asking-rate in check, both Uthappa and Kallis were content to nudge the ones and twos - there were no boundaries for nearly four overs till the 13th, but they never needed more than eight an over.

Uthappa feasted on some buffet bowling from Tendulkar in the 14th - helping himself to three boundaries - after which the result wasn't in doubt. Bravo was pounded over midwicket by Uthappa for the biggest six of the tournament in the next over, and it wasn't long before a six and a four off Jayasuriya sealed one of the biggest wins of the season.

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Re: IPL 2009 - Match 28 (MI v/s BRC) - Match Thread
« Reply #79 on: May 04, 2009, 06:16:23 AM »

Well KP won two and AK won two as skipper of this team. I think with Van Merwe, they have found another limb sort of - since then, they have been a totally different team.

reserves are also there - steyn and bracken (soon)
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