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Gambhir and Uthappa's half centuries help KKR to beat RPS by seven wickets

Gambhir and Uthappa's half centuries help KKR to beat RPS by seven wickets

India Blooms News Service | | 26 Apr 2017, 11:59 pm
Pune, Apr 26 (IBNS): The half centuries from two top order batsmen, Gautam Gambhir and Robin Uthappa,helped Kolkata Knight Riders to beat Rising Pune Supergiants quite comfortably by seven wickets, to reach the topmost position in the points table of the Indian Premier League 2017, on Wednesday.

Coming out to chase a target of 183, KKR was never seen to be under pressure and crossed the mark with almost two overs left in the match.

Though Sunil Narine went out early today after scoring 16 from 11 balls, the long partnership of 158 runs between Gambhir and Uthappa took the match completely away from the hosts.

While Uthappa scored 87 (47), Gambhir's got out at 62 (46) just a hit away from the victory moment.

Earlier, Pune scored a challenging total of 182/5 batting first after losing the toss with the blistering knock of their skipper Steve Smith, who scored 51 runs from just 37 balls.

Kuldeep Yadav took two wickets while Umesh Yadav and Sunil Narine shared one wicket each for the KKR.

Image: Official Facebook page of Indian Premier League.

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