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Top 5 Successful 200+ Run Chases Against PBKS In IPL History

Top 5 Successful 200+ Run Chases Against PBKS In IPL History

Several IPL teams have managed to chase down targets of over 200 runs against Punjab Kings, displaying impressive batting displays in exciting matches.

5. 200 – KKR, Bengaluru, 2014 Final

KKR, Bengaluru, 2014 Final

In the thrilling finale of the 2014 IPL Final, Kolkata Knight Riders showcased their incredible skills by successfully chasing down a target of 200 against PBKS. Manish Pandey played a pivotal role with his brilliant knock of 94, leading KKR to a well-deserved victory. Despite Wriddhiman Saha’s valiant unbeaten 115*, KKR emerged as the champions, securing their second championship title.

4. 204 – RCB, Bengaluru, 2010

RCB, Bengaluru, 2010

During IPL 2010, RCB managed to chase down their highest total against PBKS, reaching 204 runs. Jacques Kallis’ unbeaten 89 and Robin Uthappa’s 51 guided RCB to a win at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

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3. 215 – SRH, Hyderabad, 2024

SRH, Hyderabad, 2024

SRH pulled off an impressive win in IPL 2024 by successfully chasing down 215 against PBKS. Abhishek Sharma played a blazing knock of 66 runs to lead the charge. Despite PBKS setting a challenging target of 214, SRH showed their dominance in the tournament by securing a four-wicket victory.

2. 215 – MI, Mohali, 2023

MI, Mohali, 2023

Punjab Kings set a strong target of 214 runs against Mumbai Indians, with Livingstone scoring 82* and Jitesh contributing 49*. Despite their efforts, MI’s Suryakumar Yadav (66) and Ishan Kishan (75) guided their team to a comfortable six-wicket win, successfully chasing down the target of 215.

1. 224 – RR, Sharjah, 2020

RR, Sharjah, 2020

Rajasthan Royals pulled off a major upset by successfully chasing down 224, setting a new IPL record. Sanju Samson’s 85 and Rahul Tewatia’s explosive 53, which included five sixes in one over, were instrumental in RR’s remarkable win.

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