Bangalore record 4-wicket win over Hyderabad

BANGALORE: Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by four wickets in their sixth Twenty20 match of the Indian Premier League 2014 here at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday.
Chasing 156, the Royal Challengers completed their third victory in the tournament off the penultimate ball of the match.
Royal Challengers Bangalore possess the most power-packed batting line-up in the IPL. They hadn’t fired in the UAE leg of the tournament, but now they were back in their natural habitat at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, home to one of the best batting decks and some of the shortest boundaries in the world. At the toss Virat Kohli said his team knew the venue intimately, and he backed his batsmen to chase any target.
Royal Challengers came close to doing that. They lost Parthiv Patel and Virat Kohli in the second over of their innings, and they lost Chris Gayle a little while after. Rilee Rossouw, sent in to bat at 6 for 2 on his IPL debut, was out after scoring 14 off 23. Yuvraj Singh then went for 14 off 16. Royal Challengers needed 61 from 34, and they were sinking.