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             Punjab move up to the fifth spot on the points table and also boost their NRR as they hunted down the total with 24 balls to spare against the table-toppers. They are yet to string two wins in a row this season. Can they build on this momentum? On the other hand, Gujarat's five-match winning streak has been ended, but they won't be too perturbed as this is just their second loss in ten matches. A rare off-day? Hardik and co. would hope that's the case. On that note, we bring the curtains down on this encounter. Tune in tomorrow for the South Indian Derby - RCB vs CSK. Until then, goodbye and good night..
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             Kagiso Rabada | Player of the Match: Finally we got the win. After being a bit inconsistent, we just wanted to string a couple of wins under our belt. We bowled well to restrict them. Our batters did the job. As a team, we had a good outing. You can't get too greedy, you need to stick to your basics, that's what I tried to do. (On Arshdeep) He's got a lot of nerve, he has shown that especially in the death overs. He reads the game well, he's able to execute his skill and he's done it game in game out. He knows what he wants to work on, I am not saying too much to him. As a bowler, you have to bowl in all stages of the game. It's about figuring out how to be the most effective in each stage of the game.
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             Mayank Agarwal | Winning captain: We would like to string a few (wins), no better time than getting a few wins back-to-back. We are trying to get the best out of Jonny. He's done well opening. I said, 'It's okay, I'll bat at four, I'll anchor the innings at four'. With Livi it was clear, Shikhar to bat through and Livi could go out and play the way he wants to play. It was nice the way he played, got the score quickly. When we got to that position, two points are almost clear, if we can score it as quickly as possible, we could also improve the Net Run-Rate. I thought we bowled exceedingly well, we got early wickets and choked them in the middle. That really helped us to restrict them to a below-par score. The partnership between Shikhar and Bhanu was crucial for us.
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             Liam Livingstone: Swinging hard enough. I didn't think I was going to bat at one point, nice to go out and hit a few out the middle. I thought Shikhar played beautifully to set it up, and Bhanu with that partnership. It was a big win for us and we needed it, we have played some bad cricket in the last couple of games and it is nice to turn it around. I went up to Mayank and said I fancy going in before you and he said you go in if Bhanu gets out and I go in if Shikhar gets out. We know our roles and also if Mayank is there we have more stability. It is all about learning, it is hard to go in and play the way we wanted to as a new team. We played a bit smarter today and you have to play like that on such pitches.
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             Hardik Pandya | Losing captain - We weren't even close to a par score. 170 would have been ideal, but we kept losing wickets regularly and never came anywhere near it. I backed ourselves with the bat, batting first wasn't a wrong call, we needed to come out of our comfort zone (which was chasing targets). We have chased well in this tournament, if required (later on in the tournament), we had to know how to set targets. This is part of a learning curve, but this is all about learning to come out of our own comfort zone. We were always talking about getting better even when we were winning, we would talk about things that didn't go our way (today) and would look to come back better in the coming games. We have another game in a couple of days, we need to regroup, winning and losing is a part of sport.
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             23:06 Local Time, 17:36 GMT, 23:06 IST: A comprehensive win for the Kings. Their bowlers did a tremendous job to restrict the Titans to a below-par score on a two-paced pitch. In reply, Punjab surprisingly promoted Bairstow to the top of the order but the Englishman fell cheaply in the third over perishing to Shami. Shikhar Dhawan was joined by Bhanuka Rajapaksa and the two left-handed batters stitched an 87-run partnership which brought the asking-rate below 6 RPO. While the former notched up his third fifty of this season, the latter was dismissed by a Ferguson slower ball. And then, Livingstone just went berserk. With 27 needed off the last five overs, the explosive batter went 6 6 6 4 2 4 against GT's spearhead - Shami - which also included a monstrous 117 metre six! Who do you think will bag the Player of the Match award? Dhawan for his half-century or Rabada for his four-fer? Stick around, presentations coming up in a bit...
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             PBKS: 145-2 after 16 overs
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             15.6 Shami to Livingstone, FOUR, 140kph, away-angling full ball outside off, Livingstone shapes up to hoick across the line and gets a fat outside edge that flies over short third man and almost goes the distance. Hits the ad-cushions on the half-volley. 28 runs off the over and Punjab Kings win by 8 wickets!
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             15.5 Shami to Livingstone, 2 runs, almost in the blockhole, Livingstone squeezes it through mid-wicket
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             15.4 Shami to Livingstone, FOUR, 119.7kph, off-speed delivery from a short of length, Livingstone heaves it over square leg. The fielder inside the circle gives a chase but can only escort the ball to the fence
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             15.3 Shami to Livingstone, SIX, 137.6kph, baged in short from round the wicket, Livingstone swings hard for a pull and gets a fat top-edge that flies over the keeper's head. Has enough wings to go all the way. Hat-trick of sixes!
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             15.2 Shami to Livingstone, SIX, six more! 139.9kph, full toss on leg and Livingstone dispatches it into the mid-wicket stands by whipping it away. Punjab seem to be in a hurry
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             15.1Shami to Livingstone, SIX, 134.7kph, monstrous! In-angling length ball, Livingstone clears his front leg and swings his bat mighty hard to flog it over deep square leg. 117m six! Phew! That's the power of this man!
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             Mohammed Shami [3.0-0-15-1] is back into the attack
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             Time-out! Economical, but Rashid Khan goes wicketless. Just 27 needed off 5 overs and this should be a cakewalk for the Kings...
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             PBKS: 117-2 after 15 overs
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             14.6Rashid Khan to Livingstone, leg byes, 1 run, 92.2kph, googly, spins past the inside edge of Livingstone who was pressing forward to push it into the off-side. Clearly no bat. Wickets - missing. Gujarat lose a review! Ball-tracking shows it to be bouncing over the leg-stump
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             DRS: GT opt for a review against Livingstone
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             14.5 Rashid Khan to Livingstone, no run, 94.9kph, half-appeal for caught behind as the ball spins down the leg-side. Probably brushed the batter's pad before going into the keeper's mitts
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             14.4 Rashid Khan to Dhawan, 1 run, 89.7kph, airy ball, Dhawan skips down the track and drives to the left of long-off
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             14.3 Rashid Khan to Livingstone, 1 run, 96.3kph, full delivery, the bottom hand comes off the handle as Livingstone drives it to long-off
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             14.2 Rashid Khan to Dhawan, 1 run, tossed up, fuller in length, Dhawan eases the drive to long-off
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