'Bit of frustration', says LSG's De Kock on his century celebration
LSG's opening pair of Quinton de Kock and KL Rahul smashed several records as they remained unbeaten at the end of 20 overs with 210 runs on board. It is the highest opening stand in IPL history. Rahul contributed 68, while he enjoyed watching De Kock smash 10 sixes in his unbeaten 140.
McCullum lauds Rinku Singh, says KKR will 'invest' in him
Rinku, a left-handed batsman, smashed a four and two sixes off Lucknow Super Giants' fast bowler Marcus Stoinis in Kolkata Knight Riders' attempt to chase down 210. But he fell to a stunning one-handed catch by Evin Lewis on the penultimate ball as KKR crashed out of the tournament.
Curry's double-double leads Warriors past Mavericks in series opener
Sports/Basketball/NBA: Stephen Curry had 21 points and a game-high 12 rebounds, Golden State's defence held Luka Doncic in check, and the Warriors beat the visiting Dallas Mavericks 112-87 on Wednesday night for a 1-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.
IPL 2022: KKR knocked out - All playoffs possibilities in 6 points
As things stand, one team is sure to top the group stage, another is sure to finish either sole second or joint second and three teams are definitely out of the race for the playoffs, leaving five teams contending for the remaining two slots.
De Kock, Rahul smash record opening IPL partnership
De Kock scored an unbeaten 140 off 70 balls and captain Rahul scored 68 not out from 51 balls as they became the first pair to bat 20 overs in an IPL innings. LSG eventually beat KKR by mere two runs in a nervous last-ball finish.
Bangalore face must-win situation against Gujarat in final league game
At the halfway mark of the Indian Premier League, Royal Challengers Bangalore, with five wins from seven matches, seemed like they were inching closer to a playoff berth. But like most of the previous seasons, it turned out to be all bluff and bluster.
CF Montreal meet end of 8-game unbeaten streak in loss to Nashville
Sports/Soccer/MLS: Hany Mukhtar scored the deciding goal to spark Nashville to a 2-1 victory over CF Montreal on Wednesday to up Nashville's home unbeaten streak to 23 straight and end Montreal's eight-game undefeated run.