Kolkata Knight Riders put in a complete performance to thrash Royal Challengers Bangalore by nine wickets in the second fixture of the rescheduled IPL in Dubai last evening.
KKR bowled their opposition out for just 92 despite losing the toss.
Andre Russell and spinner Varun Chakravarthy did most of the damage with three wickets each.
Devdutt Padikkal top scored with 22 for RCB while Wanindu Hasaranga made a first-ball duck on his IPL debut.
Shubman Gill then starred with 48 from 34 balls in their chase.
Wanindu Hasaranga conceded 20 off his two overs while Yuzvendra Chahal picked up the only wicket to fall in the innings.
It was a must-win game for KKR, who were seventh in the IPL table before the resumption of the tournament, and moved up to fifth following this victory.
Despite the dramatically one-sided result, Virat Kohli’s RCB remain well-placed in third, with five wins from eight matches.