Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2009

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Royal Challengers Bangalore
2009 season
CoachRay Jennings
CaptainKevin Pietersen, Anil Kumble
Ground(s)M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
IPLrunners-up
CLT20second round
Most runsJacques Kallis (361)[1]
Most wicketsAnil Kumble (21)[2]

The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) is a franchise cricket team based in Bangalore, India, which plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL). They were one of the eight teams that competed in the 2009 Indian Premier League. They were captained by Kevin Pietersen. Royal Challengers Bangalore finished runners-up in the IPL and qualified for the Champions League T20.

Indian Premier League season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Royal Challengers Bangalore finished 3rd in the league stage of IPL 2009.

Team Pld W L NR Pts NRR
Delhi Capitals 14 10 4 0 20 +0.311
Chennai Super Kings 14 8 5 1 17 +0.951
Royal Challengers Bangalore (R) 14 8 6 0 16 –0.191
Deccan Chargers (C) 14 7 7 0 14 +0.203
Kings XI Punjab 14 7 7 0 14 –0.483
Rajasthan Royals 14 6 7 1 13 –0.352
Mumbai Indians 14 5 8 1 11 +0.297
Kolkata Knight Riders 14 3 10 1 7 –0.789
(C) = Eventual champion; (R) = Runner-up.
Winner, runner-up and best-performing semi-finalist in the group stage qualify for the 2009 Champions League Twenty20.

Match log[edit]

No. Date Opponent Venue Result Scorecard Link
1 18 April Rajasthan Royals Cape Town Won by 75 runs, MoM – India Rahul Dravid 66 (48) Scorecard
2 20 April Chennai Super Kings Port Elizabeth Lost by 92 runs Scorecard
3 22 April Deccan Chargers Cape Town Lost by 24 runs Scorecard
4 24 April Kings XI Punjab Durban Lost by 7 wickets Scorecard
5 26 April Delhi Capitals Port Elizabeth Lost by 6 wickets Scorecard
6 29 April Kolkata Knight Riders in 2008 Durban Won by 5 Wickets, MoM – South Africa Mark Boucher 25* (13) Scorecard
7 1 May Kings XI Punjab Durban Won by 8 runs Scorecard
8 3 May Mumbai Indians in 2009 Johannesburg Won by 9 wickets, MoM – South Africa Jacques Kallis 69* (59) and 0/23 (4 overs) Scorecard
9 7 May Rajasthan Royals Centurion Lost by 7 wickets Scorecard
10 10 May Mumbai Indians in 2009 Port Elizabeth Lost by 16 runs Scorecard
11 12 May Kolkata Knight Riders in 2008 Pretoria Won by 6 Wickets, MoM – New Zealand Ross Taylor 81* (33) Scorecard
12 14 May Chennai Super Kings Durban Won by 2 Wickets, MoM – New Zealand Ross Taylor 46 (50) Scorecard
13 19 May Delhi Capitals Johannesburg Won by 7 Wickets, MoM – South Africa Jacques Kallis 58 (56) and 1/17 (4 overs) Scorecard
14 21 May Deccan Chargers Centurion Won by 12 runs, MoM – India Manish Pandey 114* (73) Scorecard
Semifinal 23 May Chennai Super Kings Johannesburg Won by 6 wickets, MoM – India Manish Pandey 48 (35) Scorecard
Final 24 May Deccan Chargers Johannesburg Lost by 6 runs, MoM – India Anil Kumble 4/16 (4 overs) Scorecard
Overall record of 9 – 7

Runners-up of 2009 Indian Premier League

Qualified for 2009 Champions Trophy Twenty20

Champions League Twenty20[edit]

Match log[edit]

No. Date Opponent Venue Result Scorecard Link
1 8 October 2009 South Africa Cape Cobras Bengaluru Lost by 5 wickets Scorecard
2 12 October 2009 New Zealand Otago Volts Bengaluru Won by 80 runs, MoM - South Africa Jacques Kallis 73* (59) 3/18 (4 overs) Scorecard
3 15 October 2009 Australia Victorian Bushrangers Bengaluru Lost by 7 wickets Scorecard
4 17 October 2009 India Delhi Capitals Bengaluru Won by 8 wickets, MoM – New Zealand Ross Taylor 65 (38) Scorecard
Overall Record of 2 - 2

Failed to make it to Playoffs

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indian Premier League, 2009/ Records / Most runs". ESPNCricinfo. Retrieved 20 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Indian Premier League, 2009/ Records / Most runs". ESPNCricinfo. Retrieved 20 June 2015.