It was a pivotal time: The Challengers had lost Lokesh Rahul and AB de Villiers in one over and the run rate had climbed to 13.
It wasn’t much, but it was important: MS Dhoni hammered 10 off two balls to regain the momentum against JP Duminy’s Dehi Daredevils.
The IPL Play of the Day goes to David Miller, for sheer luck after the ball hit his stumps.
Taking out the Gujarat Lions’ top two batsmen is a feat worthy of the Play of the Day.
Getting Chris Gayle is always a big moment. Morne Morkel’s strike makes it our Play of the Day.
Axar Patel’s four wickets in five balls, which helped the Kings XI to their second win of the IPL, is the Play of the Day.
The IPL Play of the Day goes to Chris Morris, for his epic tumble before attempting to bowl his first delivery.
It was another mess that makes the Play of the Day. It could have been the turning point in the Gujarat Lions v Pune Supergiants match.
The IPL Play of the Day, rather unfortunately, goes to Tim Southee for dropping two catches off successive deliveries.
Chris Morris scored the fastest fifty of this season’s IPL, taking just 17 deliveries to achieve the feat.
The dismissal of Sunrisers superstar David Warner for a duck, against the Pune Supergiants is the Play of the Day.
Parthiv Patel was on 15 when Mitchell Johnson came steaming in. What happened next is our Play of the Day.
The IPL Play of the Day goes to Virat Kohli, for scoring his first ever T20 ton, on Sachin Tendulkar’s birthday.
The run-out of Kings XI opener Manan Vohra by the Sunrisers gets the Play of the Day.
Cruelly, perhaps, but the injury to Kevin Pietersen is the IPL Play of the Day.