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IPL 2022, KKR vs LSG Highlights: Stoinis seals thrilling last-over victory as Lucknow seal playoff spot in run fest

IPL 2022, KKR vs LSG Highlights: Stoinis seals thrilling last-over victory as Lucknow seal playoff spot in run fest

IPL 2022, KKR vs LSG Highlights: Stoinis seals thrilling last-over victory as Lucknow seal playoff spot in run fest
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Follow the highlights from match 66 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season as Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) take on Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) at the DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai on Wednesday, May 18.

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Well that brings us to the end of our live coverage from this thrilling encounter. Join us again for another high-stakes game as Royal Challengers Bangalore take on Gujarat Titans in a must-win situation for RCB at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Remember, we'll bring you all the live updates right here on our page with the Toss scheduled for 7 PM. Till then it's goodbye and goodnight. 

May 19, 2022 12:01 AM

Quinton de Kock (140* off 70 balls - Player of the Match): I was a little bit cooked (after his innings) but it was a matter of getting some refreshments and get on with it I guess. It was a bit of frustration that came out (on his aggressive century celebrations). Felt really good to come out and do well. Was trying to keep it in, but when it came out, felt good. To be honest, not really (whether he thought the game would get so close). Obviously they played really well, assessed conditions well and came hard at us. I thought he (Stoinis) would defend it easily. But when the first three went, I thought the game was done for us. But that catch, turned things for us. As they say, good catches win matches.

May 18, 2022 11:58 PM

KL Rahul (LSG Captain): I should probably get paid more for games like this. We had missed games like this, in this season. Haven't been many games that have gone down to the last ball, maybe some which went to the last over. Happy to be on the other side. Could easily have been on the losing side and have gone back home thinking we lost due to some poor cricket. Good way to finish the last game of the league season. Credit to both teams to make such a brilliant game of cricket. Can't say we held our nerves better because it was a matter of three runs. For Stoinis to execute those plans in the last two balls to get us the win, was brilliant. We batted well, started well with the bat. We knew that KKR would come hard at us, credit to them as they kept playing good shots. The only talk during timeouts was to back your best balls. The minute we went away from the plans was when it became easier for the batters. Good learning for us. Wins like these help to keep the team together. I was a spectator today in the last few overs. He (De Kock) was striking the ball so crisply and cleanly. What we lacked in some of the games were that the guys who were having good days weren't winning us games. Guys getting 30s and 40s had to get us 80s and 90s, and that's exactly what he did. Everyone has been brilliant, starting with Lewis, that catch was brilliant. He's been struggling with tummy issues for the last few weeks, been in and out of the team. Never easy. Didn't get to bat today. But that's what you want to see from players, their desire to contribute in any way possible. Mohsin has been outstanding for us in the last few games. He's got the skills but the key thing has been his knowledge of when to use those skills. He'll be donning the Blue jersey soon the way he is going.

May 18, 2022 11:55 PM

Marcus Stoinis (3/23): (Thoughts before bowling the last over?) Initially, my feeling was I should've bowled through the middle. At the start of the over you play a bit to the conditions, a bit to the long boundary, a bit to what the batter wants to do. As things get worse, you go towards what you like to bowl and what works for you. That's a learning for me. Feel more comfortable going for the straighter yorker. We're always aiming at something - at the feet of the batters, at the stumps, at the cones in practice. We're giving him Man of the Match (Lewis for the catch). The conference happens which is good, everyone wants to have an input. But you have to bowl what you believe is your best ball.

May 18, 2022 11:47 PM

Shreyas Iyer (KKR Captain): I am not feeling sad at all. That was one of the best games of cricket I have played. The way we should our character and attitude was simply outstanding. I love the way Rinku got us till the end but unfortunately couldn't time it when two balls were remaining, he was really sad. I was hoping he could finish the game for us and could have been the hero, but still played a fantastic knock and I am really happy for him. When we came in, I never thought it would play this way because it was dry and the grass wasn't that wet. I thought there would be little help for the spinners but once they started going. LSG took on the bowlers and got a par total. It was a do or die situation for us, even after losing two wickets in the powerplay our mindset was to go for the chase and take it close as possible and put them under pressure. It was a volatile season for us, we started great but lost five games in a row and I personally feel we did a lot of chopping and changing, we had to do that because of the niggles and form, but we also got to know the players such as Rinku. The vibe has always been positive in the dressing room and we never hit the panic button. I have built a really good relationship with Baz (McCullum) and he is someone who is calm and composed even when the situation is going out of the way, you can go and talk to him at any point of the game. He's got that aura when he walks around the players and never judges the players, all of us are equal for him.

May 18, 2022 11:46 PM


Lucknow must've thought they had it in the bag after that blazing innings but Kolkata did excellently to push them all the way to the final delivery. Rinku Singh almost pulled off a miracle but Evin Lewis pulled off a blinder to stop him in his tracks! Stoinis then held his nerve to fire his team into the playoffs while KKR bow out of the tournament! 

May 18, 2022 11:29 PM
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Lucknow Super Giants win by 2 runs

May 18, 2022 11:23 PM

Ball 6: BOWLED! Stoinis sends down a clever slower delivery straight onto the stumps and Umesh misses with the heave as the bails light up! Stoinis seals a thrilling 2-run victory! 

Umesh Yadav b Stoinis 0 (1) 

May 18, 2022 11:21 PM

Umesh Yadav, right handed bat, comes to the crease

May 18, 2022 11:19 PM

Ball 5: CAUGHT! What a stunner from Evin Lewis! Rinku slices it high over cover and Lewis comes running in from sweeper cover and grabs it one-handed while still sliding to reach the ball! 3 runs needed from 1 balls now! 

Rinku Singh c Lewis b Stoinis 40(15)

May 18, 2022 11:19 PM

Ball 4: 2 runs! Stoinis goes full onto the stumps and Rinku heaves it over midwicket and they run hard to come back for 2!

3 needed off 2 balls now! 

May 18, 2022 11:15 PM

Ball 3: SIX! This time Stoinis sends down a wide full delivery and Rinku launches it high over long-off for a maximum! 5 needed off 3 balls now! 

May 18, 2022 11:13 PM

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