Delhi Jets vs Kolkata Tigers


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ICC Champions Trophy 2017

India vs Pakistan FINAL

Sunday 18 June 17 @ The Oval
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Delhi Jets vs Kolkata Tigers - Indian Cricket League

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Delhi Jets vs Kolkata Tigers

DJ vs KT, ICL, Match 10 : Kolkata Tigers beat Delhi Jets by 4 wickets

Craig Macmillan led from the front and blasted an unbeaten 31-ball blitzkrieg of 58 to guide Kolkata Tigers to a four-wicket win over Delhi Jets in the Indian Cricket League Twenty20 match in Panchkula on Saturday.
The win also kept alive the Kolkata outfit's hopes of making it to the semifinals. Though McMillan set the stadium alight with his splendid strokeplay -- hitting five fours and four sixes in his entertaining knock teammate Lance Klusener was adjudged Man of the Match for his 3-16 and run-a-ball 27.
Chasing a target of 150, Macmillan and Klusener took charge when the chips were down with the team reeling at 62 for five. Requiring 52 runs in the last five overs, Macmillan snatched the match away from the Jets when he scored 24, including three sixes, of an Abbas Ali over. They weaved a partnership of 85 runs before Klusener got out at 27.
In the end, the Tigers reached the target with seven balls to spare. They now have four points from three matches.

Delhi Jets vs Kolkata Tigers

Scores

Delhi Jets : 149 for 7 in 20 overs
( Mohnish Mishra 61, Marvan Atapattu 36, Lance Klusener 3 for 16, Nantie Hayward 1 for 18) Kolkata Tigers: 150 for 6 in 18.5 overs
(C McMillan 58, D Dasgupta 32, L Klusener 27, S Srivastava 2 for 19)

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