The 2015 IPL fan base witnessed some excellent performances with the bat and the ball in the past seven days. Most of these outings were match winning knocks as well. The landscape of the 2015 IPL saw a lot of drastic changes over the period and most of this came due to such individual outings.
Chasing for a spot in the playoffs, the Royal Challengers Bangalore took on the Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai. The home side, after a morale-boosting 6-wicket win over Chennai Super Kings, had made their way to the top 4 with five consecutive wins. RCB, on the other hand, came into the game
The eighth edition of the Pepsi IPL 2015 has entered its climax and with 3-4 games remaining, none of the teams have qualified for the playoffs as yet. Chennai Super Kings march ahead, Rajasthan slip at the top: The ever-consistent Chennai Super Kings moved to the top of the table after beating the Royal Challengers
A blistering 117 off 57 balls from Chris Gayle and an excellent bowling performance from the left-arm seaming duo of Mitchell Starc (4-15) and Sreenath Aravind (4-27) saw the Royal Challengers Bangalore register a monumental 138-run win over Kings XI Punjab at the M Chinnaswamy stadium. The win also saw the Bangalore side shoot back
Mitchell Starc was at the top of his game against the Delhi Daredevils, helping RCB win their third game of IPL 2015. The Australian quick registered figures of 4-0-20-3 and scuttled the Delhi Daredevils out for just 95 at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Later, Chris Gayle took RCB to an easy win with a whirlwind
Mumbai Indians found their first win of IPL 2015, courtesy a fine batting performance against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Rohit Sharma, Unmukt Chand and Lendl Simmons came up with useful knocks with the bat to help Mumbai post a total of 209/7, before the bowlers restrained the powerful RCB to 191/7. Mumbai Indians put into bat,
Sunrisers Hyderabad registered their first victory in this year’s IPL, by steam-rolling Royal Challengers Bangalore by 8 wickets. The match, played at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, saw the visitors first stifle Kohli, Gayle and Co. to just 166 and then chase it down with 16 balls to spare. A whirlwind knock of 57 off
Chris Gayle scored a 56-ball 96 as Royal Challengers Bangalore set off their IPL-8 campaign with a thrilling win against the defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders. Chasing a competitive total of 178, Gayle single-handedly carried RCB home and was rightly adjudged player of the match. Kolkata openers start well RCB had a nervous start to their
It’s that time of the cricketing calendar when India goes all glitz, glam and razzmatazz. Season eight of the IPL will kick start in a week’s time and the buzz is already here. Throughout its seven-year history, IPL has produced some of the most astounding performances, be it a moment of brilliance or a stupendous
The 2014 IPL season was a case of so near yet so far for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Virat Kohli and Co. began the tournament brightly at the UAE. But the Indian leg of the tournament saw a completely different Royal Challengers Bangalore outfit. Having run out of steam, they managed only a 7th place finish.