IPL debutan Manan Vohra Fantastic Batting Punjab Easy Win

The Kings XI Punjab's perfect seam bowling was complement by an all-round fielding show as they race to an eight-wicket win over Pune Warriors in Pune to the first time Punjab had begin an Indian Premier League time of year with a victory and they took just 12.2 overs to chase the target and give the home side their second successive loss.

The batsman Manish Pandey's uncertain poor in progress Warriors' slide and they struggle in the Powerplay overs and theT Suman, who replace the injured Yuvraj Singh, other 20 for the second wicket with Robin Uthappa, but both fell difficult to push the run-rate for the suman skied Azhar Mahmood while Uthappa's blame to the legspinner Piyush Chawla was poorly judged.

 The Kings XI captain Adam Gilchrist took 14 runs off the first over of the follow and the fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar was hit for two straight fours and a flick six, but Gilchrist fell shortly after to a catch at deep square-leg and the Warriors were poor in the field and the fast bowler Dinda dropped Mandeep Singh at mid-on earlier than Taylor dropped Vohra at slip and the mandeep and Vohra added 58 for the second wicket with the debutant making 43 off 28 balls.


Pune Warriors: 99/9 in 20 overs
Kings XI Punjab: 100/2 in 12.2 overs

Man of the match Manan Vohra (Kings XI Punjab)

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