Pace spearhead Trent Boult led the way with three wickets after David Warner's brisk half-century laid the foundation as Sunrisers Hyderabad recorded a 20-run win over Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League here on Monday.
Well-oiled Chennai Super Kings produced a clinical performance to thrash a clueless Kings XI Punjab side at Chepauk in 24th match of the 2015 Indian Premier League (IPL). MS Dhoni's men won the match by a whopping 97 runs.
In one of the most pulsating 'Super Over' contests, a first in this edition of Indian Premier League cricket tournament, Kings XI Punjab edged out Rajasthan Royals to hand them their first defeat after five straight wins.
The David Miller style of play is suited more to shorter formats but the big-hitting batsman dreams of playing Tests for South Africa to this date, having made a name for himself in five years of international cricket, complimented by a successful stint in the IPL.
Captain Jean-Paul Duminy today praised Mayank Agarwal and Yuvraj Singh for their fine batting show to help Delhi Daredevils end their 11-match losing streak at the IPL by beating Kings XI Punjab by five wickets here.
JP Duminy-led Delhi Daredevils take on George Bailey-led Kings XI Punjab in the 10th match of the Indian Premier League at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune. (ALSO SEE: IPL 2015 FULL COVERAGE | POINTS TALLY | SCHEDULE)
Australia's hard-hitting batsman Glenn Maxwell and South Africa's middle-order batsman David Miller made a mockery of the bowlers during Kings XI Punjab's practice session at the Wankhede Stadium here on Saturday.
Rajasthan Royals would look to adapt quickly to their new 'home ground' when they lock horns with last season's runner-up Kings XI Punjab in their campaign opener in the Indian Premier League here Friday.
Talented South African left-hander David Miller's career has been on the upswing after his spectacular 38-ball hundred for Kings XI Punjab against RCB during the 2013 IPL and he admits that his stint with the franchise "has made him a better batsman".
Kings XI Punjab, aiming for their maiden IPL title after reaching the final last season, began training on Friday in the absence of their World Cup winning stars Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Johnson, who will arrive here in time for their opening game on April 10.
Johannesburg-born Grant Elliott dedicated New Zealand`s thrilling four-wicket win to long-suffering Kiwi fans after his undefeated 84 steered the Black Caps into a first World Cup final after six previous semi-final losses.
Ahead of their semi-final clash against co-hosts New Zealand, South Africa's middle order batsman David Miller on Sunday said that they are just eight days away from clinching their maiden World Cup crown.