IPL 2018: CSK beat RCB by 5 wickets in BengaluruLast updated on Apr 26, 2018, 12:11 am
Royal Challengers Bangalore were beaten in the South Indian derby by Chennai Super Kings.
CSK won the game by 5 wickets in a nail biter.
Batting first, the home side posted a mammoth score of 205/8.
In response, the Chennai Super Kings chased down the total with 2 balls to spare.
Here are the records that were broken in this high octane fixture.
RCB's bowling woes continue
Virat Kohli is having trouble against spin this season and has been dismissed by spinners 4 times in this IPL.
RCB's innings had two wicket maiden overs, yet they managed to score 205/8.
Kohli's RCB have been the worst bowling unit, especially at death this season.
Even in today's fixture, CSK scored 56 runs in last 22 deliveries.
ABD sets the Chinnaswamy alight with his fireworks
Before tonight's game, ABD had scored just 24 runs off 21 balls by Harbhajan Singh at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in the IPL.
Tonight he smashed Harbhajan for 16 runs off 5 balls.
ABD has now hit the most sixes in this IPL. The South African has 23 sixes to his name.
Gayle and Russell trail him with 21 and 19 sixes under their belt.
RCB's South African duo set IPL record
The 103 run stand between Royal Challengers duo Quinton de Kock and AB de Villiers is now the first 100+ stand in the Indian Premier League by two South Africans.
The earlier record was 87, held by JP Duminy and Chris Morris for Delhi Daredevils against Gujarat Lions at Delhi in 2016.
Captain Kohli is not as impressive as batsman Kohli
Virat Kohli is now the 8th captain to lead in 100 T20 matches. Kohli's record in these 100 matches reads 47 wins, 48 losses, 2 ties and 3 no results.