<iframe width="628" height="353" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/3-Tzlq94LQQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>A video of <a href="/tags/Royal-Challengers-Bangalore/post" target="_blank">Royal Challengers Bangalore</a>&#39;s left-arm spinner <a href="/tags/Murali-Kartik/post" target="_blank">Murali Kartik</a> speaking about the 21st Indian Premier League match against <a href="/tags/Delhi-Daredevils/post" target="_blank">Delhi Daredevils</a>.<br /> <br /> Kartik says, &quot;Everyone knows what a heart-stopping thriller the last game [against Delhi] was. We nearly won it and then it went into a super over. For me when the super over started, there were two turning points. When was while we were batting and after the first four balls going for just three runs, that&#39;s the shots that <a href="/tags/AB-de-Villiers/post" target="_blank">AB de Villiers</a> smashed the last two balls for six, to get us to 15.&quot;<br /> <br /> He continues, &quot;And then the first ball, the man, the machine - [Chris] Gayle, catches the first ball to send <a href="/tags/David-Warner/post" target="_blank">David Warner</a> packing and that was the turning point. That looked easy but I tell you at crucial situations he has smashed it. David Warner hits it hard.&quot;<br /> <br /> Kartik says it was for Gayle, to be so cool and to take the catch, and do a <a href="/tags/Shahrukh-Khan/post" target="_blank">Shahrukh Khan</a> for RCB was outstanding.<br /> <br /> So these were the two turning points for Murali Kartik.