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Cricket Video - Gayle, De Villers Break IPL 2012 Record, Bangalore Beat Kings XI - Cricket World TV

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Cricket Video - Gayle, De Villers Break IPL 2012 Record, Bangalore Beat Kings XI - Cricket World TV

Cricket Video - Gayle, De Villers Break IPL 2012 Record, Bangalore Beat Kings XI - Cricket World TV

A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news from http://www.cricketworld.com.

Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cricketworld and Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cricket_world as we look back at the latest game in the Indian Premier League - IPL 2012 - IPL 5 - between Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Chris Gayle hit 87 in 56 balls and AB de Villiers 52 in 39 and the pair put on 131 together - a record for this tournament - as the Bangalore side recovered from being reduced to 25 for three early on to claim a five-wicket win.

Azhar Mahmood, David Hussey and Shaun Marsh had earlier battled hard to get Kings XI to a competitive score but their efforts proved to be in vain as they were beaten with three balls to spare.

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