Spinners secure maiden final berth for KKR
Kolkata Knight Riders step in the finals for the first time! What a phenomenal journey for them. Led from the front by their skipper Gautam Gambhir! Can they now go on to win their maiden title as well? We'll find out that on the 27th. But before that, we have another grilling contest coming up between Mumbai Indians and defending champions Chennai Super Kings in Bangalore to decide who meets KKR in the finals in Chennai.
Do join us at 7:30 pm tomorrow for our live blog. Till then, it's goodbye from Team MSN India!
Shah Rukh Khan is ecstatic, for very obvious reasons.
Delhi will now have to play the winner of the Eliminator (to be played on the 23rd May 2012 between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings) and also win that one if they have to take their revenge in the finals.
KKR, on the other hand, have a break till Sunday ahead of what will be their first final in the IPL history.
Yusuf Pathan is the Man of the Match for his 21-ball 40 which powered KKR to a winning total. His first good show with the bat after 16 league games and what a timing this is, takes his team to the finals of the IPL for the first time.
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