IPL 2017: KKR bowl RCB out 49, secure 82-run victory

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Kolkata Knight Riders bowled out Royal Challengers Bangalore for 49, the lowest total in IPL history as they secured a magnificent 82-run win at the Eden Gardens. (BCCI)

Kolkata Knight Riders bowled out Royal Challengers Bangalore for 49, the lowest total in IPL history as they secured a magnificent 82-run win at the Eden Gardens. (BCCI)

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The start of the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore was delayed for 30 minutes due to rain. (BCCI)

The start of the match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore was delayed for 30 minutes due to rain. (BCCI)

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Royal Challengers Bangalore won the toss and chose to bowl against Kolkata Knight Riders (BCCI)

Royal Challengers Bangalore won the toss and chose to bowl against Kolkata Knight Riders (BCCI)

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Sunil Narine opened the batting and he gave Kolkata Knight Riders a blazing start as they raced to 50 in just 3.4 overs. (BCCI)

Sunil Narine opened the batting and he gave Kolkata Knight Riders a blazing start as they raced to 50 in just 3.4 overs. (BCCI)

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Gautam Gambhir gave Narine good support and the pair put KKR on course for a big total. (BCCI)

Gautam Gambhir gave Narine good support and the pair put KKR on course for a big total. (BCCI)

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Tymal Mills removed Gautam Gambhir as Royal Challengers Bangalore staged a fightback. (BCCI)

Tymal Mills removed Gautam Gambhir as Royal Challengers Bangalore staged a fightback. (BCCI)

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Samuel Badree got rid of Robin Uthappa while Stuart Binny got the crucial wicket of Narine for 34. (BCCI)

Samuel Badree got rid of Robin Uthappa while Stuart Binny got the crucial wicket of Narine for 34. (BCCI)

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Yuzvendra Chahal snapped up three wickets as KKR lost momentum in the middle overs. (BCCI)

Yuzvendra Chahal snapped up three wickets as KKR lost momentum in the middle overs. (BCCI)

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Yuzvendra Chahal ended with figures of 3/16 as RCB pegged KKR back. (BCCI)

Yuzvendra Chahal ended with figures of 3/16 as RCB pegged KKR back. (BCCI)

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Pawan Negi picked up two wickets as KKR were restricted to 131 all out. (BCCI)

Pawan Negi picked up two wickets as KKR were restricted to 131 all out. (BCCI)

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Nathan Coulter-Nile got Virat Kohli out for a golden duck while AB de Villiers fell for 8 as RCB struggled. (BCCI)

Nathan Coulter-Nile got Virat Kohli out for a golden duck while AB de Villiers fell for 8 as RCB struggled. (BCCI)

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KKR’s bowlers exploited the conditions brilliantly as they ran through the RCB batting order. (BCCI)

KKR’s bowlers exploited the conditions brilliantly as they ran through the RCB batting order. (BCCI)

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Chris Woakes picked up three wickets, including the big wicket of Chris Gayle for 7 and he was well supported by Colin de Grandhomme, who also picked up three wickets. (BCCI)

Chris Woakes picked up three wickets, including the big wicket of Chris Gayle for 7 and he was well supported by Colin de Grandhomme, who also picked up three wickets. (BCCI)

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RCB were bowled out for 49, the lowest total in the history of the IPL as KKR secured an 82-run win. This win meant KKR were in second position while RCB languished at the bottom. (BCCI)

RCB were bowled out for 49, the lowest total in the history of the IPL as KKR secured an 82-run win. This win meant KKR were in second position while RCB languished at the bottom. (BCCI)

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