Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 38 runs.
Player of the match: AB de Villiers
Yuzvendra Chahal : It's an amazing feeling to get wickets. When you're bowling well and not getting wickets, its difficult. First wicket after a tough spell, got me a little emotional. I was trying to get him(Russell) out,. The leg side boundary is shorter, so I was trying to keep it away from him hitting on that side. Not much thoughts in the powerplay. They had to chase at 10 per over so I just wanted to bowl dot balls. I had to stick to my plans and not worry about what the batsmen do. Mumbai is definitely going to be a different challenge. A different wicket, with good bounce and some turn. Good for the batsmen as well. I will try to do my best.
Eoin Morgan, losing captain : (Whether RCB got too many runs) Yeah, evidently so. When you look at the way we played, the wicket did play better than we thought it was going to. It was certianly RCB's day with the bat, they made use of any tiny errors with the ball. But I can't fault our everything we've done. We gave it absolutely everything in the field today on this hot day. Tried our best in the chase but not to be. The pitch certainly stumped me. I'm glad to be leaving Chennai(laughs). I can't seem to get a gauge on the wicket, but everybody who batted today said it was a lot better, except the odd one gripping. Turned out to be a great cricket wicket. Like I mentioned, RCB's batting today was just too good for us. Probably not (on Varun not bowling again in powerplay). Maxwell is a fine player but he isn't there only destructive player. You do need an over or two up your sleeve, if possible for someone like De Villiers. They are full of strength and depth. Every side in the competition is as well. So you can't plan for just one player. We struggled to kick on in the run chase and got to a stage where only Russell could get us out of it. He's done it a few times before but today. We got a sniff when he started going, but RCB's bowling was really good. Completely difference in conditions there in Mumbai for different nights. We've been watching the games. It's about us being able to adapt as we move forward.
Another clinical performance for RCB as they extend their unbeaten run to three games and cement their hold at the top of the table. Glenn Maxwell is indeed putting on a big show and thriving under the management of this franchise, while AB de Villiers continues defy age and logic. After a bit of a stutter early on, Maxwell staged a swashbuckling rebuild, while AB provided the final flourish to cruise past 200.

KKR got off to a good start and showed some positive intent from ball one, which was good to see, but the lack of experience proved to be fatal. Wickets kept tumbling at regular intervals, with Yuzi Chahal finally finding some form in the tournament. Harshal Patel continued to prove his death bowling prowess, while Siraj looks a different bowler in comparison to last season.

RCB are growing in stride with every passing game and making a strong shout for early contention. Of course, the big question will be for how long will they be able to sustain this form? One game at a time, is the message from the camp. 

That's the suit we shall follow as well! Time to take it to the next game on this double header. Switch your tabs to catch the action from DC vs PBKS, which should be a cracking battle at the Wankhede! Until next time, this is Pratyush signing off on behalf of my co-commentator, Prashanth. We hope you enjoyed our commentary as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you. Post match quotes coming your way. Enjoy the rest of your day and take care! See ya!
This game petered out towards the end, to say the least. Harshal Patel and Mohammed Siraj bowled two splendid overs to seal the game for RCB, and they'll extend their unbeaten run to three and stay on top of the table.

Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 38 runs.
Over: 20 | Summary: W 0 1 1 1 1 Bowler: Harshal Patel Score: 160/8
19.6 Harshal Patel to Harbhajan Singh, RCB WIN! Three in three, they are off to the best start possible. Short of a length on stump line and Harbhajan pulls this one away to the leg side for a single but it does not matter. RCB have comprehensively beaten KKR here.
19.5 Harshal Patel to Varun Chakravarthy, just past, full and outside the off-stump and Varun drives this one past the bowler for a single.
19.4 Harshal Patel to Harbhajan Singh, falls safely, full and outside the off-stump and slow in pace. Harbhajan skies this one but it falls in no man's land as they take a single.
19.3 Harshal Patel to Varun Chakravarthy, short ball on stump line, Varun pulls this one away to square-leg for a single this time. That will bring Harbhajan on strike!
19.2 Harshal Patel to Varun Chakravarthy, full and straight and nothing Varun can do about that one, dot ball.
That's curtains on this game! Harshal Patel continues to prove his death bowling prowess.

Varun Chakravarthy, right-hand batter, comes to the crease.
19.1 Harshal Patel to Andre Russell, OUT! BOWLED! Full and straight and it got a little too hard for Russell to get under this one. His stumps are all over the place and not today for Dre Russ.
Harshal Patel is back into the attack.
Five dot balls to Andre Russell, of course with him denying the single, but you cannot take that one away from Siraj! A terrific over to hold his nerve and finish this game for his side in the penultimate over!

Kolkata Knight Riders need 43 runs in 6 balls.
Over: 19 | Summary: 0 0 0 0 0 1 Bowler: Mohammed Siraj Score: 156/7
18.6 Mohammed Siraj to Andre Russell, low full-toss and Russell can only get it down to long-on for a single to end the over, top over from Siraj. How much has changed for him in the last year?
18.5 Mohammed Siraj to Andre Russell, BOUNCER! So good this from Siraj, he shuffles across and tries to send it on the on side but Siraj slips in the short one.
This is top notch stuff from Mohammed Siraj! Nailed four yorkers in a row, keeping it away from Russell's arc. Excellent stuff!
18.4 Mohammed Siraj to Andre Russell, full again in the block hole, Russell just cannot get it away, top bowling from Siraj.
18.3 Mohammed Siraj to Andre Russell, full and wide outside the off-stump, Russell carves this one down to the third man fielder
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