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             SRH finish their final match at home with a defeat. They've won just 1 game here all season and find themselves right at the bottom of the table. But they might yet have a say in this playoffs race as they go to Mumbai next. RCB don't need to worry about that right now, with their destiny in their own hands. And what a night it's going to be at the Chinnaswamy against table-toppers Gujarat Titans. That will also be the final league match of the season. If they had lost today, CSK and LSG would've qualified. But as it stands, the three playoffs spots are still up for grabs. That's all from us here. This is Sagar Chawla signing off on behalf of Harish and Kumar Abhisekh Das. Goodnight!
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             Kohli, Player of the Match: Quite special considering the magnitude of the game. Thought SRH got a very good score. Ball was gripping as well. We wanted a good solid start. Didn't expect to be 172/0. But that's how well Faf and me have played this season. Faf's been on a different level. I've had a quiet couple of games. The way I was hitting in the nets wasn't transitioning into the middle in the last 2-3 matches. Wanted to make an impact and my intent was to go after the bowlers from ball 1 - something I've done through the season. There was a dip but I wanted to pick my game up at the right time. Never look at past records (not great numbers against SRH). Was telling the boys - the way I'm looked at as an IPL player as well is like 'yeah, he's fine, few impact knocks'. It's my 6th IPL hundred. I don't give myself enough credit sometimes because I put myself under so much stress already. I don't care what anyone says on the outside. That's their opinion. When you're in that situation yourself, you know how to win games of cricket. I've done that over a long period of time. It's not like when I play I don't win games for my team. It's playing the situation that I take pride in. I've never been a guy who plays so many fancy shots - was having a chat with Aiden as well. We have to play 12 months of the year. For me it's not about playing fancy shots and throwing my wicket away. We've got Test cricket (coming up) after the IPL, have to stay true to my technique. When I can make an impact in an important game, it gives me confidence, it gives the team confidence. I think it's the tattoos (secret behind partnership with Faf). We almost have 900 runs together this season. Very similar how I used to feel with AB and me batting together. Just an understanding of where the game is going and what needs to be done. Having an experienced guy who's captained at the international level - it's been a beautiful transition for us coming together for RCB at the top and making an impact. Crowd here was amazing today as well. Told Faf as well. Just felt like it was a home game for us. They were cheering for us, taking my name as well. I feel you can't create this. I haven't forced anyone to follow me or be inspired by me. I'm just myself on the field. I do everything on the field very honestly and I think that resonates with people. It's an amazing position to be in that you can provide happiness to so many people. That's something I love to see when they have a smile on their face when I perform.
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             Faf: Amazing chase isn't it! That's my first reaction. Did feel walking off after first innings that it was a very good wicket. Felt 200 was a par score. Not many balls turned for the spinners. We're doing the right things from a batting perspective. In previous game we were also clinical with the ball. We complement each other really well (partnership with Kohli). We play in very different areas so it's difficult to bowl to. We're good mates on and off the field. We're going back to Chinnaswamy which will be an amazing game. A lot of fans coming in and another must-win for us.
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             RCB’s second win vs SRH in Hyderabad in eight attempts. RCB’s wins vs SRH in Hyderabad: By 6 wickets (DLS), 2015 (Kohli: 44* off 19) By eight wickets, today (Kohli: 100 off 63)
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             Virat Kohli in T20s in Hyderabad: Inns: 12 Runs: 592 Avg: 59.2 SR: 141.62 50s/100s: 4/1 HS: 100
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             Two hundreds in an IPL match: Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers (RCB) vs GL, Bangalore, 2016 David Warner and Jonny Bairstow (SRH) vs RCB, Hyderabad, 2019 Virat Kohli (RCB) and Heinrich Klaasen (SRH), Hyderabad, today
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             Highest opening partnerships for RCB: 181* - Virat Kohli, Devdutt Padikkal vs RR, Mumbai WS, 2021 172 - Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis vs SRH, Hyderabad, today 167 - Chris Gayle, Tillakaratne Dilshan vs PWI, Bangalore, 2013 148 - Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis vs MI, Bangalore, 2023
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             Highest opening stands in run-chases (IPL): 184* - Gautam Gambhir, Chris Lynn (KKR) vs GL, Rajkot, 2017 181* - Virat Kohli, Devdutt Padikkal (RCB) vs RR, Mumbai WS, 2021 181* - Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis (CSK) vs PBKS, Dubai, 2020 172 - Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis (RCB) vs SRH, Hyderabad, today
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             Most hundreds in the IPL: 6 - Chris Gayle 6 - Virat Kohli 5 - Jos Buttler
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             First instance of players from both teams scoring hundreds in the IPL.
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             Glenn Maxwell: It's been a long time on the road for us, we knew we had to be in the position of striking distance. The last two games have really perked up the squad. We feel we are peaking at the right time. It was sensational, even some of the shots through the covers off the back foot shows the form he is in at the moment. He was really hard to bowl to, the spinners and pacers if they were short, he punished them, hats off to him [on Klaasen]. Siraj all his four overs - I think he went for under 20 with not all assistance from the wicket and Parnell as well. We were one seamer short on that pitch and it did not spin that much in the first innings. When those guys are chasing, they know exactly what to do. They are such good players; the left-arm spin was from one end and they knew what to do from the other end. They cashed in when they got some pace on the ball. It will be nice to go back to our home fans, we had 5 games there and the crowd were roaring. It will be nice to take on the table-toppers with our players purring.
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             Aiden Markram: We batted pretty well. We could have found a little runs out there in the powerplay. Great contribution from Klaasen. But still was a good score. Great support for not just us but for RCB as well. We couldn't give them a win. We all hate losing. We would be out there looking for a win. Hopefully have smiles at the end of the campaign. Great knock from Faf and Virat. We had a look at some guys moving forward. Probably one less option in the powerplay. Kartik was put under pressure. The plans were in place but the execution didn't fall in place. Mayank was impressive. Special knock from Klaasen. Super happy for the guy. I don't think he would have dreamed of getting a hundred in the IPL. Unfortunately ended in a losing cause.
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             23:02 Local Time, 17:32 GMT, 23:02 IST: One hurdle cleared emphatically, just one more to go for RCB for a spot in the playoffs. They've smashed down what looked like a challenging target with ease in Hyderabad. Hundred for Kohli, another brilliant knock from Faf, and job done! Heinrich Klaasen made a sensational hundred earlier in the evening, not one shot out of place, and everything leaving the bat like a rocket. But he ends up on the losing side. The two RCB openers paced it brilliantly, going really hard in the powerplay to get ahead of the rate. It allowed them the luxury of a couple of overs to get a hang of how much help the spinners were getting. But after that, even they weren't spared. Kohli was on fire and some of the shots he played left even Faf in awe. Not sure how much of a factor the dew was tonight. Faf said at the toss that the decision to bowl was partly because there was dew during their practice sessions. Whatever it was, it worked out brilliantly for RCB. It's Gujarat Titans next at the Chinnaswamy and what a game that promises to be with a playoffs spot on the line for the hosts.
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             19.2 Kartik Tyagi to M Bracewell, 2 runs, pitched up on off, driven down the ground and goes through mid-off! Klaasen looks to the heavens in dismay as his brilliant hundred ends up on the losing side! It's RCB who're triumphant as the march towards the playoff places continues
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             19.2 Kartik Tyagi to M Bracewell, wide, 147.9kph, full ball straying down leg, Bracewell swings and misses. It's a wide
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             19.1 Kartik Tyagi to M Bracewell, no run, pitched up on middle, 146.7kph, Bracewell drives to mid-off
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             Kartik Tyagi [1.0-0-18-0] is back into the attack
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             RCB: 184-2 after 19 overs
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             18.6 T Natarajan to Maxwell, FOUR, Maxwell connects and ensures there won't be any drama! Full toss on off, he goes reverse and scoops it past short third
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             18.5 T Natarajan to M Bracewell, 1 run, low full toss on off as he goes for a yorker. Bracewell drives it into the pitch and over Natarajan's head
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             18.4 T Natarajan to Maxwell, 1 run, off-cutter pitched up on middle, Maxwell slices it through point
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