IPL: Kolkata Knight Riders Won by 5 Wickets – Champions
KKR: 192/5 in 19.4 Overs
CHE: 190/3 in 20 Overs
The match became pretty much difficult at the end when KKR required 16 runs in 8 balls however, they managed to survive while last batsman was Shakil Al Hassan with score of 11 runs from 7 balls and Manoj Tiwary with score of 9 runs from 3 balls (includes two FOUR boundaries).
Ben Hilfenhaus was the best bowler, not only for Chennai but for the entire match. Well, Kolkata have seemingly done a combination of seemingly impossible things. First, they have beaten Chennai at their home ground. That too, chasing down 191. And, in a final. Awesome stuff. The team owners and support staff have gone bonkers out there and the fire-crackers are set ablaze! Up they go!
Tiwary pulls it through mid-wicket and the ball meets the fence! Celebrations all around for the men in purple and gold!
Very unlike Mahendra Singh Dhoni had spent wat too much time with his bowler on every single ball! and he had wasted a lots of time of the match. But he could not manage to get all wickets neither won.