The Royal Challengers Bangalore have made a habit of thrilling last-over finishes in the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League. Friday night was no different as Bangalore beat the Delhi Daredevils by 4 runs. After posting 183/4 in their 20 overs, the visitors had to rely on Jaydev Unadkat - who took 5/25 - as Delhi finished at 179/7.
Skipper Virat Kohli was the star with the bat for Bangalore as he scored a career-best 99 and was involved in a 94-run stand with AB de Villiers. "It was my day with the bat. I was executing my shots well and was lucky at the start of my innings," said Kohli at the post-match presentation ceremony.
Before Kohli opened his account, he edged a Morne Morkel delivery to the wicket keeper. However the umpire signaled a no-ball and Kohli survived to take his side to a daunting total.