Rashid Khan bowled (3-12) yet another scintillating spell after a stupendous batting performance by Jonny Bairstow and David Warner as a clinical Sunrisers Hyderabad routed reckless Kings XI Punjab
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) have their work cut out as they take on buoyant Punjab Kings in their second match of the IPL 2021 on Friday night. The MS Dhoni-led side put in a horrible performance on the field in their first match against Delhi Capitals, dropping
Kolkata Knight Riders’ (KKR) lower order put up a brave fight but could not get their team past the finishing line, as Chennai Super Kings (CSK) beat them by 18 runs in a high-scoring encounter of the Indian Premier League (IPL) at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday.
After losing four matches in a row, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) finally pulled off a convincing victory as they beat Punjab Kings (PBKS) by five wickets in their IPL clash on the back of some disciplined bowling from their spinners, which helped restrict the
Mumbai Indians’ (MI) middle and lower order batting failed once again as the defending champions succumbed to their second successive loss in the Indian Premier League (IPL) at the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Friday. Punjab Kings (PBKS) beat them by nine wickets with 14
Sanju Samson (119 off 63 balls) scored a hundred on his Indian Premier League (IPL) captaincy debut but couldn’t take Rajasthan Royals (RR) past the finish line, getting dismissed off the last of the match as his team lost to Punjab Kings (PK) by four runs at
Malik, an up and coming Kashmiri quick who has clocked speeds of over 150 kilometres per hour (93 mph) in this edition of the Twenty20 tournament, claimed three wickets in the final over that also witnessed a run-out to bowl out Punjab for 151.
Englands left-arm fast-bowling all-rounder Sam Curran on Friday became the most expensive signing in history of the Indian Premier League with Punjab Kings shelling out a whopping Rs18.50 crores at the IPL 2023 mini player auction.
With the victory, Punjab have moved to the fifth spot in the standings, having procured 10 points from ten games. After setting up a paltry target of 127 to win for Hyderabad, Punjab restricted Hyderabad to 115 all out to register their fourth consecutive victory.