Delhi Daredevils bowler Shahbaz Nadeem bowled a brilliant spell giving away just 16 runs in four overs and picking up three wickets against Deccan Chargers.
Shahbaz Nadeem slow left-arm spin troubled a lot of batsmen in the fifth Indian Premier League. He along with Pawan Negi formed a good spin combination for Delhi Daredevils which boasted of a strong pace attack and destructive batsmen.
Widely regarded as the knock of the tournament, AB de Villiers' 47 took Royal Challengers Bangalore to an improbable win over Deccan Chargers.
Sixty-two were needed from 26 balls and then 39 from 18, when de Villiers' offensive reached a crescendo in Dale Steyn's 18th over. The South African paceman had bowled his first two for just seven runs and would have had no idea what was about to hit him.
The South African pummeled 47 runs in 17 balls -- with three sixes and five fours -- as Bangalore gunned down Chargers' imposing 181-2 with five wickets and seven balls to spare at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday night.
Sachin Tenulkar, India and Mumbai Indians opener, warns fans and people not to challenge him over a game of Table Tennis, as he is pretty decent in the indoor game.
As a youngster, Sachin played table tennis with friends, after completing cricket net sessions, both in the morning and in the evening.
Once Sachin broke his thumb and he couldn't play as his arm was in cast. At that time watching his friends play table tennis made Sachin uncomfortable and he started practicing with his left hand. And later on he could play table tennis with his left hand too.
Sachin says he may not be a champion player but a decent one.