IPL 2008: RCB vs KKR IPL 2008:
Match 1, Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders The match where it all began, Indian cricket stepped on to the next level when IPL was introduced in 2008 when RCB & KKR took the main stage in Bangalore and played the first-ever match of IPL.
A packed Chinnaswamy stadium witnessed Brendon McCullum’s brilliance as he massacred the RCB bowlers and scored an unbeaten 158 off 73 balls to help his team reach 222/3. A poor performance from RCB’s top order resulted in the collapse and KKR won by a huge margin of 140 runs.
IPL 2014: MI vs RR IPL 2014: Match 56, Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals
With the final spot of the top four up for grabs, both teams were looking for a win, but it was Mumbai Indians who were under pressure as they had to win at a good pace to overcome the Royals with a better Net Run Rate. Sanju Samson & Karun Nair’s blistering start helped the Royals to achieve 189/4 in 20 overs.
MI had a big task in hand as they had to score 190 in 14.3 overs to qualify for the play-offs and Corey Anderson’s marvelous 95 off 44 balls helped MI to achieve their target as they won a dramatic match, in the end, giving the crowd at Wankhede and exhilarating experience.
IPL 2018: RCB vs CSK IPL 2018: Match 24,
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings CSK were making a comeback to IPL in 2018 and MS Dhoni was yet again given the job to lead the side. RCB vs CSK is one of the most exciting battles of IPL which every fan looks forward to and this match proved to justify the hype created around these two teams.
RCB started off brilliantly with Quinton De Kock & AB de Villiers’ brilliance and scored a mammoth score of 205. At 74/4, captain Dhoni came in for CSK and yet again proved why he is the best finisher of the game as he went on to finish the chase with a six and ended up scoring 70 off just 34 balls taking his team to their 5th victory of the season.