Defending a par total of 168, Kolkata Knight Riders restricted Chennai Super Kings to 157/5, winning the match by 10 runs
KKR bowlers produced a combined effort as Mavi, Varun, Nagarkoti, Narine and Russell picked up a wicket apiece
For Chennai, Shane Watson ended as the top scorer with 50
End of 20th over: And Kolkata Knight Riders have done it. They have defended a par total of 168 against heavyweights Chennai Super Kings. They win by 10 runs to register their third win of the tournament. Restrict CSK at 157/5 after 20 overs. Absolutely unbelivable from CSK. They were 90 for 1 after 10 overs and just couldn’t get runs in the next 10. Quite a few things to ponder upon for MS Dhoni and Co. before their next match. Dinesh Karthik, on the other hand will have a smiling face as he finally gets a win in his pocket.
End of 19th over: And the game now has almost slipped away from the hands of Chennai. An excellent over from Sunil Narine. Gives away 10 runs but gives a 26-run cushion to Andre Russell.
18.2 overs: FOUR! A much-needed boundary for Chennai. Kedar Jadhav hits Sunil Narine to the right of the long-on fielder and manages four runs. CSK now need 31 off 10 balls.