Pravin Tambe is adjudged the Man of the Match for his brilliant bowling performance. Shane Watson did bowl well too but Tambe sealed the match for them with a 3-wicket haul. That's all we have for you from here for this match. Do join us for the second match of the day between Delhi and Chennai!
Jaipur came back brilliantly after the opening stand to stay in the game and eventually go on to win this. Watson was the game changer for them with the ball and Tambe backed him up well. Yet another match in which Kolkata snatch defeat from victory!
Phew, Kolkata have managed to lose a match after having an opening stand of 121 runs chasing 171. Both Gambhir and Uthappa played brilliantly to score their fifties. They looked set to win this before Watson came back with 3 wickets in an over to swing the game back towards Jaipur. Tambe then struck thrice again to seal the match for Jaipur. Shakib and Yadav did hit out at the end but Watson was too good on his day today.
Shane Watson to Suryakumar Yadav
VICTORY for Jaipur! Full on middle, Yadav flicks it over the mid-wicket region for a single but it does not matter. JAIPUR WIN BY 10 RUNS!
Shane Watson to Shakib Al Hasan
Yorker on off, Shakib digs it out towards mid on for a single. 12 needed in 1 ball.
Fuller on off, Yadav slams it down to mid off for a single. 13 needed in 2 balls.
Banged in short on middle and off, Yadav is beaten as he looks to paddle it.
Full on middle, Shakib fails to heave it over the on side. They cross for a leg bye. 14 needed in 4 balls!
4 fielders in the ring on the off side.
Bowls it full on middle and leg, Yadav comes down the wicket and slams it towards covers but not in the gap. They take a single. 15 needed in 5 balls!
Free hit coming up!
No-ball! Bowls it full on middle, Yadav fails to sweep. The umpire calls it no-ball for overstepping. Big mistake!
Shane Watson brings himself on to bowl the final over. 17 runs needed in 6 balls. All three results possible?
James Faulkner to Suryakumar Yadav
Bowls it full on off, Yadav gets across to paddle it but does not connect. They take a leg bye.
James Faulkner to Shakib Al Hasan
No-ball! Bowls it fuller on middle and leg, Shakib fails to hit it over the on side. But hang on.. the umpire calls it a no-ball for overstepping!
Full in length on middle, Yadav slams it down to long on. Smith runs across and keeps them down to a single.
Bowls it on a good length on middle and leg, Shakib pulls it hard towards deep square leg but only takes a single.
Full on middle, Yadav turns it through mid-wicket for a single off the toe end of the bat.
Yorker on off, Yadav shuffles across but can only defend it back to the bowler.