Kagiso Rabada didn't flatter to deceive this time around and it was almost like the South African has taken it upon himself to ensure there's a challenging total that he gets to bowl with. The southpaw took Tim Southee apart and that takes Punjab Kings to 120 for 8 in 17 overs. Earlier, Sunil Narine was at his unplayable best and PBKS slumped from 62 for 3 off 6 overs to 92 for 6 in 12.1 overs. He now has 32 wickets against Punjab Kings – the most by a bowler against a single opponent.
Innings Break!@y_umesh leads the charge with the ball as #PBKS are bowled out for 137 in 18.2 overs 👏 👏#KKR chase to begin shortly.— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 1, 2022
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