Jan 31New Zealand vs. Pakistan

1st ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

New Zealand won by 7 wkts

Jan 30England vs. India

6th Match at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth

England won by 3 wkts

Jan 29New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

7th ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Sri Lanka won by 34 runs

Jan 28South Africa vs. West Indies

5th ODI at SuperSport Park, Centurion

South Africa won by 131 runs

Jan 26Australia vs. India

5th Match at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

No result

Jan 25South Africa vs. West Indies

4th ODI at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth

West Indies won by 1 wkt

Feb 01 08:50Australia vs. England

Final at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth

Feb 03 06:30New Zealand vs. Pakistan

2nd ODI at Napier

Feb 14 03:30New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

1st Match, Pool A at Christchurch

Feb 14 09:00Australia vs. England

2nd Match, Pool A at Melbourne

Feb 15 06:30South Africa vs. Zimbabwe

3rd Match, Pool B at Hamilton

Feb 15 09:00India vs. Pakistan

4th Match, Pool B at Adelaide

Cricket Scorecard

Indian T20 League 2014

Punjab vs. Rajasthan, 52nd Match

Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, May 23, 2014

Match Information

Match Status
Scores delayed by 15 mins Punjab won by 16 runs
Man Of The Match
S Marsh
Rajasthan (Elected to Bowl)
Kumar Dharmasena (SL) & Pashchim Pathak (Ind)
Third Umpire
Vineet Kulkarni (Ind)
Match Referee
Roshan Mahanama (SL)

Batting: Punjab

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Virender Sehwagcaught V Malik b Faulkner18831225.00
Manan Vohrarunout Binny252031125.00
Shaun Marshcaught A Rahane b V Malik403551114.29
Wriddhiman Saha (WK)caught A Rahane b Rahul Tewatia272040135.00
David Millerbatting292002145.00
George Bailey (C)batting261811144.44
Extras (3 byes, 3 wides, 1 no balls, 7 leg byes)14 
Total (179-4 in 20 overs)179 

Fall of Wickets

1/24 (Virender Sehwag, 2.2 ov.), 2/54 (Manan Vohra, 6.3 ov.), 3/113 (Shaun Marsh, 13.1 ov.), 4/119 (Wriddhiman Saha, 14.4 ov.)

Bowling: Rajasthan

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Vikramjeet Malik30291019.7
Shane Watson20160018.0
James Faulkner303911013.0
Kevon Cooper40250006.2
Rahul Tewatia40241016.0
Pravin Tambe40360009.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
19.3FOURK Cooper to D Miller, leg byes, FOUR, fine leg was inside and one can't bowl there with that field. Down leg, Miller swung and missed, but it took the pad and went down to the fence175/4
19OTHERFaulkner to D Miller, 1 run, the short ball, hurries Miller onto the pull, the ball flies off the top edge over square leg's head169/4
18.5SIXFaulkner to D Miller, SIX, yorker gone wrong and that will be the second six of the over. Low full toss down leg, Miller whips it flat and hard over deep mid-wicket. Look at the work of that bottom hand, amazing work with the wrists. The crowd go wild.168/4
18.2SIXFaulkner to Bailey, SIX, stunning strike. Faulkner not getting the yorker right, bowls a length ball, Bailey gets the required length to get under and lofts it with a dead straight bat over long-on. Faulkner just followed the trajectory of the ball into the stands156/4
18.1FOURFaulkner to Bailey, FOUR, no-one on the off-side fence. Bailey cashes in and makes room to flay it over the infield. Bounces away into the ropes150/4
18SIXTambe to D Miller, SIX, finally Miller nails one. Down the track and gets under it, a free flowing swing of the bat and the ball sails over the sightscreen for a big six. Clean, clean striking from the South African146/4
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Batting: Rajasthan

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Ajinkya Rahanebowled b R Dhawan23262088.46
Karun Naircaught Bailey b Balaji11620183.33
Sanju Samson (WK)stumped W Saha b Karanveer Singh302921103.45
Shane Watson (C)bowled b R Dhawan01000.00
Stuart Binnycaught S Marsh b Karanveer Singh7100070.00
Rahul Tewatiacaught Karanveer Singh b A Patel161301123.08
Brad Hodgestumped W Saha b A Patel311822172.22
James Faulknerbatting351314269.23
Kevon Coopercaught S Marsh b A Patel2200100.00
Vikramjeet Malik* batting120050.00
Extras (3 wides, 4 leg byes)7 
Total (163-8 in 20 overs)163 

Recent Overs

6 4 4 2 0 6   -  1 2 W 2 W 1   -  4 6 1 6 1 0   -  0 6 0 6 1 1

Fall of Wickets

1/21 (Karun Nair, 2.4 ov.), 2/56 (Ajinkya Rahane, 8.1 ov.), 3/56 (Shane Watson, 8.2 ov.), 4/70 (Stuart Binny, 11.1 ov.), 5/83 (Sanju Samson, 13.1 ov.), 6/101 (Rahul Tewatia, 15.5 ov.), 7/128 (Brad Hodge, 17.3 ov.), 8/130 (Kevon Cooper, 17.5 ov.)

Bowling: Punjab

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Lakshmipathy Balaji*40371019.2
Beuran Hendricks405700014.2
Rishi Dhawan40252016.2
Akshar Patel40243006.0
Karanveer Singh40162014.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
19.4SIXBeuran Hendricks to Faulkner, SIX, length balls to him and inevitably it will go for a biggie. Faulkner getting under a full delivery and lofts it miles into the stands at wide long-on. But a bit all too late161/8
19.2SIXBeuran Hendricks to Faulkner, SIX, game still alive. Just alive. Full and on middle, Faulkner lofts it way over long-on. Can he do a Kapil Dev?155/8
18.4SIXBalaji to Faulkner, SIX, hammered! But what is Balaji doing by bowling full tosses. That's slaughter waiting to happen. Faulkner biffs it back over his head and over the sightscreen. 17 off the first four balls. Can Faulkner finish this over off well? Can he hit another couple of maximums? Balaji is taking his time to set the field.148/8
18.2SIXBalaji to Faulkner, SIX, can't bowl length to this fella. That's what Balaji does and he pays the price. Smashed flat and high over long-on. Faulkner is keeping the tiny flame alive. He has to play all the remaining 10 balls, for his side to have any chance141/8
18.1FOURBalaji to Faulkner, FOUR, low full toss, belted wide of cover, sweeper had no chance. Can Faulkner do the impossible?135/8
17.5OUTA Patel to K Cooper, out Caught by S Marsh!! Exceptional running catch from Marsh. Cooper sliced it high in the air, it was going to ground, but Marsh ran in a long way from wide long-off and flung himself forward to grab the catch with both hands, even as he went to ground. Gets up and throws the ball away in delight. The Punjab team rush to mob the Western Australian on a special catch. Preity Zinta liked the catch so much, that she almost burst her gut by shrieking so loudly, that the screams could be heard till Jaipur. K Cooper c S Marsh b A Patel 2(2)130/8
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