GT won by 6 wickets
Player of the match: Rahul Tewatia
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Royal Challengers Bangalore 170/6 in 20 overs (Virat Kohli 58 off 53, Pradeep Sangwan 2/19 off 4 overs) lose to Gujarat Titans 174/4 in 19.3 overs (Rahul Tewatia 43* off 25, Shahbaz Ahmed 2/26 off 3 overs) by 6 wickets.

Oh the Gujarat Titans! The IPL needed them to add more drama and thrill to an already breathtaking league. They've been the best team in the competition alright, but they've also by far been the most entertaining team on display. And here, they've added yet another epilogue to their book of finishing acts!

171 seemed to be a target below par and with Shubman Gill and Wriddhiman Saha looking solid again, the Titans were off to a brisk start. The wicket of Saha though, threw a spanner into the works of the chase and with the hold that Wanindu Hasaranga and Harshal Patel were getting (the latter courtesy his slower deliveries), the Royal Challengers Bangalore would have fancied their chances.

More so, when wickets fell one after another as Gill couldn't sustain his sudden switch of gears. Sai Sudharsan looked the part but he couldn't carry on either and in between the two dismissals, skipper Hardik Pandya shanked one down the throat of long on.

And so it brought the two miracle men together again - Rahul Tewatia and David Miller. They chose their moments despite the asking rate soaring and with Tewatia looking rusty to start with, it was Miller who put Hasaranga to the sword.

The pendulum swung either way - a big over saw the asking rate drop below 11, only for a quiet over to take it soaring to 12. A 17-run over conceded by Josh Hazlewood though was just the shot in the arm that the table-toppers needed as they brought it down to less than 20 off the last two overs.

They were favorites thereafter and true to it, they wrapped it up in style. It was Tewatia again who hit the winning runs with a lovely loft over extra cover. Of course, this wasn't as dramatic as some of the Titans' previous jailbreaks this season but that said, it surely wasn't an easy chase alright. RCB will rue their death overs bowling today but more importantly, they will know that they never a par total to play with. How much is enough in any case against this manic Gujarat Titans outfit?
Cometh the hour, cometh the man with ice in his veins! Who else but Rahul Tewatia to seal it for the Titans! The celebrations go off in the stands - what a box office team this is! They just know how to pull it out of nowhere and they've done it for the umpteenth time this season. Gujarat Titans beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 6 wickets with 3 deliveries to spare!
19.3 Josh Hazlewood to Rahul Tewatia, FOUR! THE ICEMAN DOES IT AGAIN! The Titans juggernaut rolls on! In the slot outside off, Tewatia bends his back leg for a lofted drive over extra cover to end the proceedings like he usually does. Just another Saturday for him, really. Gujarat Titans win by 6 wickets.
Onto Tewatia now as the scores are level!
19.2 Josh Hazlewood to David Miller, back of a length slower one on the off-stump line, Miller dabs it to short third man to level the scores
Too easy for a man of Miller's class! Just 2 runs away now...
19.1 Josh Hazlewood to David Miller, FOUR! The Titans do not know when to give up a run chase. They just haven't heard of it. In the slot at middle stump, Miller clears his front leg and uses a lot of bottom hand to whip this into the cow corner fence. No stopping that one! 
A slight shuffle from Miller but the call goes in favor of him.
19.1 Josh Hazlewood to David Miller, wide. Looking for the full and wide yorker but he's missed his mark. 6 in 6 now.
Oh Rahul Tewatia, what nerves do you have in your body? Outrageous confidence and self-belief and he's doing it again. He might have landed the killer blow if anything and Josh Hazlewood has a task and a half on hand now. GT need 7 runs to win off the final over!
164 /4 score
cricket bat icon David Miller
34 (22)
cricket bat icon Rahul Tewatia *
39 (24)
cricket ball icon Harshal Patel
0 /35
18.6 Harshal Patel to Rahul Tewatia, SIX! Cometh the hour, cometh the Tewatia! He just loves finishing games, this lad. On the good length off-cutter wide of off-stump and the little width was all Tewatia needed. Skips down the track and aces his stroke for a glorious smack over extra cover to send the ball sailing over the ropes
A boundary off the last ball here will help GT big time!
18.5 Harshal Patel to David Miller, another one banged in at a back of a length with pace off, pulled to deep mid-wicket to keep inching closer to the target 
Nitin Menon doesn't even bother to turn to UltraEdge and confirms it's off the bat. 14 needed off 8...
18.4 Harshal Patel to Rahul Tewatia, STIFLED APPEALS! Review. Yorker around the leg-stump line as Tewatia shuffled across to sweep this one out off the toe end for a single at short fine leg. The third umpire is convinced it's come off the toe-end. Doesn't even bother checking UltraEdge.
18.3 Harshal Patel to David Miller, banged in short around the off-stump line, Miller stands tall to swat this to deep mid-wicket for another single 
16 needed off 10...