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             So Rajasthan slump to their second defeat in a row, and they owe both of them to their misfiring batting display. They left out an all-rounder for a batsman, and in the process, were found wanting in both departments. They've been in similar situations in the past where after looking extremely promising, have just fallen by the wayside. Okay, it was fun bringing you this, as I, Vineet Anantharaman sign off on behalf of Raju Peethala, Nikhil Jadhav and our scorer, Siva. Until tomorrow, at the DY, with Punjab looking for their mojo, ta ta!!
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             Rinku Singh, MoM: A lot of players have played Ranji from Aligarh, but I am the first to play the IPL. This is a big league and there is a lot of pressure obviously. I have been waiting for the last five years to get a chance. I worked very hard, came back from injury and did well in the domestic circuit as well. When I was batting, Bhaiyya (Rana) and Baz (McCullum) told me to stay till the end and finish it.
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             Shreyas Iyer, KKR skipper: Right from the powerplay when our bowlers conceded just 36 runs and took a wicket, it was just the start we needed. We have been talking about Umesh right from the start. He has increased his pace, bowls those hard lengths and as a captain you just have to give him the ball to deliver. Whenever I give Sunil Narine the ball, he gets me wickets, but the batsmen don't take chances against him. He is very economical, but when he gets a wicket, he gets a big one. The way Rinku is maintaining is calm, playing only his second or third game, is outstanding. He is a great asset for the franchise for the future. The way he gets his starts, he doesn't look like a newcomer. We are looking for a good start. I love pressure, but it sweats a lot of me to build the innings in every game. Before the start of the game, I told Mavi, Rinku and Anukul to take the tough positions in the field. Mavi's catch of Buttler was superb.
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             Brendon McCullum: Really pleased obviously (with the win). (Losing) Five games on the bounce, it's not easy. I need to compliment all the guys for the way they played tonight. The guys have stuck together and been realistic. Tonight was a fantastic performance, from two guys who are very good friends (Rana and Rinku). Selection role is really important for me. Couple of guys have lost their form and confidence, there have been a few injuries, so we had to force a couple of changes. We wanted five bowlers and with the pitch on the slower side, Anukul (Roy) came in. We wanted Mavi in the team. He (Rinku) has been in the franchise for a long period of time. Lucky enough to spend some time with him. He needed to make a statement and he made it in the first game itself. Rana was out in the middle and that gave him (Rinku) a lot of confidence in his company. Anukul was brilliant, he has been around in the IPL for a long time. He is also similar to Rinku, who carries himself well and has a good future ahead of him. It (opening) is an area where we need to tidy up. We have been off in the powerplay compared to the other teams.
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             Sanju Samson, RR skipper: The wicket was a bit slow, but they also bowled really well but with the kind of batting we had, would have liked a few more boundaries at the end and finish off a bit better. I think we were short by 15-20 runs. Having few niggles from the last couple of games, It's feeling good now and I'm recovering well. It's a great effort (with the ball), we showed some real fight in the game and the energy was really amazing. Personally, we should have batted a bit more better. Of course, win the next toss for sure. We have to keep on assessing the game and who is batting with you, wickets at the wrong time stopped myself to keep on going with the momentum. Wanted to build up the partnership and when I wanted to go hard I think they bowled really well and we couldn't execute our shots.
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             23:19 Local Time, 17:49 GMT, 23:19 IST: And Kolkata manage to steer clear of Mumbai. They're probably going down, and they're surely up against a mountain in their bid to qualify, but they stay more in the CSK zone. And they have these two pretty young, long-term loyalists to thank, who not saw them home, but upped the scoring at a time when things were looking tricky. Clearly this wasn't a 152-pitch, but with the kind of powerplay that KKR had where they lose both their openers and started off overcautiously, they'd be pleased. Iyer laid the platform, fell to a pretty soft strangle down the leg-side; Rana was the one who gave the chase some momentum when he took Ashwin apart in the eleventh over, and Rinku was in the zone right from the start. It's been an old complaint, but Samson would really need to think how he uses his spinners. Leaving Chahal for the 18th over might sound aggressive, but on most days, is only going to backfire. Okay, here come the presentations ..
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             19.1 Kuldeep Sen to Nitish Rana, SIX .. cuts over third man, and kicks up the NRR. Short, outside off, a bit of a top-edge, and KKR have finally stopped losing
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             Kuldeep Sen [3.0-0-22-1] is back into the attack
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             KKR: 152-3 after 19 overs
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             18.6 Prasidh to Rinku Singh, FOUR, the yorker goes wrong -- ends up in the form of a low full toss. Duly whipped through cow corner to equal the scores
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             18.6 Prasidh to Nitish Rana, 2 wides, runs all the way towards probably the tenth-stump to try and ramp this into the leg-side. Krishna follows him, goes past the pitch as well, beats Rana's bat by a whisker, which then ricochets further away off the diving keeper's gloves. Some real confused umpiring here. The same line a couple of overs go wasn't a wide. Samson's not impressed; and he's right in the umpire's ear
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             18.5 Prasidh to Nitish Rana, 2 runs, 146.6kph yorker, and Nitish backs away to jam this wide of long-on. 7 balls | 7 runs
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             18.4 Prasidh to Rinku Singh, 1 run, walks across to try and sweep this away, but Krishna's snuck in a smart slower one here, which lobs off Rinku's glove towards mid-on
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             18.4 Prasidh to Rinku Singh, wide, DRS: Rajasthan review. It's a pretty shocking one too. Desperate times, desperate reviews. A very short ball, climbing way over Rinku's cut
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             18.3 Prasidh to Rinku Singh, FOUR, shocking misfield, and by Trent Boult of all people. Drilled straight to mid-off, and it bounces right past his palms. Surely this is the game ..
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             18.3 Prasidh to Rinku Singh, wide, a big flashy drive outside off, and Krishna has fired in another wide yorker. Rinku misses, but hasn't shuffled this time around, and that helps him claim this wide
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             18.2 Prasidh to Nitish Rana, 1 run, 144kph, a wider yorker. Rana attempts a scoop, gets a toe-end, and has it trickling away through mid-wicket
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             18.1 Prasidh to Rinku Singh, 1 run, wide yorker, slammed wide of mid-off, but a tumbling Boult cleans up and keeps it to a single
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             KKR: 135-3 after 18 overs
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             17.6Chahal to Rinku Singh, 1 run, long hop, pulled, and finds deep square leg
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             17.5 Chahal to Nitish Rana, leg byes, 1 run, steps out for a flick, plays all around it, and the ball rolls off the legs into the covers
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             17.4 Chahal to Rinku Singh, leg byes, 1 run, big LBW appeal -- but not worth a review. Rana sits, sweeps, misses, and gets hit low on his front foot. Ooo, this would've been an umpire's call as well with the ball spinning in to clip leg-stump
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