Last Updated: March 01, 2015, 18:32 IST
Kolkata Knight Riders rode on a brilliant allround showing from Australia’s Chris Lynn. After propping the Kolkata innings with a 31-ball 45, Lynn, playing his first match o the IPL-7 season, pulled off an acrobatic catch to dismiss RCB's AB de Villiers in the last over of the match. KKR won the match by two runs.
Kieron Pollard took one of cricket's greatest ever catches when he held on to dismiss Kevon Cooper during Mumbai Indians' IPL clash against the Rajasthan Royals.
Wriddhiman Saha smashed century off 49 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL-7 final and became the first player to score a century in an IPL final.
Rajasthan Royals' spinner Pravin Tambe claimed the first hat-trick of Indian Premier League 2014. The 42-year-old bowler dismissed Kolkata Knight Riders' Manish Pandey, Yusuf Pathan and Ryan ten Doeschate.
Australia's Steve Smith and James Faulkner pounded 65 runs in just 17 balls to carry Rajasthan Royals to a five-wicket win against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Lendl Simmons stole the thunder with a scintillating 61-ball 100, single-handedly powering Mumbai Indians to a seven-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab. Lendl's ton was the first IPL-7 century.
Chasing 190 to win off just 14.3 overs to qualify for the playoffs, Corey Anderson smashed off and Ambati Rayudu played a cameo of 30 off 10 as duo helped Mumbai Indians register a sensational 5-wicket win over Rajasthan Royals in just 14.4 overs.
The murderous Australian allrounder Glenn Maxwell took the IPL 2014 season to another level with his hard-hitting batting. His 95, 89 and 95 in the first three matches, put Kings XI Punjab on the top of the points tally.
After an awful start to the tournament, KKR put their campaign back on track and went on winning eight consecutive matches to book their IPL-7 final berth.
Virender Sehwag reminded the fans of his glorious past with a strokeful century, which propelled Kings XI Punjab to an imposing 226 for six against Chennai Super Kings in the second Qualifier of the IPL at the Wankhede Stadium.
Shekh Zayed Stadium crowd will always remember this dramatic match. Ajinkya Rahane's 72 off 52 balls helped Rajasthan post 152. KKR scored 152 and the match went into the Super Over. KKR scored 11 runs off Faulkner's over. Gambhir decided to give the ball to Narine but KKR couldn't defend those 11 runs too. The Super Over again ended in a tie but Rajasthan emerged winners on boundary count.
Riding on Manish Pandey's brilliant 50-ball 94, Kolkata Knight Riders clinched their second IPL final in three years with a 3-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab. Pandey, who was the first Indian to score a century in IPL, took Punjab's bowling attack to cleaners with his clean hitting. His innings was studded with 6 sixes and 7 fours.
A Yusuf Pathan blitzkrieg of 22-ball 72 against Sunrisers Hyderabad powered Kolkata Knight Riders to the first qualifier of the Indian Premier League.
The way Kings XI Punjab's Glenn Maxwell was playing in this tournament, it seemed highly unlikely that his orange will be under a threat. But KKR's Robin Uthappa had different plans in mind. Uthappa, with his superb consistency, overtook Maxwell as the leading run-scorer in IPL-7.