Quinton de Kock almost single-handedly crushed the Royal Challengers as the Delhi Daredevils won by seven wickets.
He smashed a superb 108 off 51 balls, with 15 fours and three sixes, when chasing a challenging target of 192.
De Kock turned it into a one-man show, hitting 34 of the 51 scored in the powerplay as two wickets fell.
When he was finally dismissed, caught behind off the glove, the Daredevils were 183-3. De Kock had good support from Karun Nair, who ended on 54 off 42 and it was left to JP Duminy (7) to complete the job.
De Kock made a mockery of the asking rate of 9.55 an over, upstaging AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli, although at the innings close it did not look good.
If the Daredevils held any hopes of an easy run after they dismissed Chris Gayle (to a brilliant catch by Duminy in the slips) for 0, AB and Virat Kohli soon put that down. They went on the rampage, hammering 107 for the second wicket in 11 overs, when AB mistimed another big one and was caught on the boundary for 55.
He had already smashed nine fours and six off 33 balls. Kohli went on to 79 off 48 as the Challengers piled up 191-5.
Shane Watson then upped the pace, whacking 33 of 19 balls (2×4, 3×6).
At least Chris Morris came out of that with honour, conceding 29 from four overs. He helped to hold back the final charge as the Challengers could add only 21 from the last three overs. Only 12 came from Morris’s last two.