Royal Challengers Bangalore were stunned by the SRH pacers at the Brabourne Stadium after opting to bowl first. RCB were skittled for just 68 runs in the 17th over of the innings.
Shaun Pollock (3 for 12) and Dwayne Bravo (2 for 13) were the chief architects of KKR’s slump. They were bowled out for the lowest total in that season, 67.
In Mohali, a rampant Kings XI Punjab fast bowlers bowled out the Delhi Capitals batters for just 67 runs.
Delhi lost early wickets and never looked in control of the chase. It was 6 for 2, then 20 for 3, then 35 for 5, then 46 for 7 and eventually 66 bowled out.
Rajasthan Royals were bowled out for just 58, as the champions of 2008 recorded the lowest ever total in the league.
In a dismal show, none of the RCB batsmen managed a double-digit score and they were bowled out for just 49 runs. Interestingly, with this, RCB held the record for the highest ever score in IPL along with the lowest ever score.