Blackcaps all-rounder Kyle Jamieson has snared the key wicket of Aussie ace David Warner to claim trans-Tasman bragging rights in the Indian Premier League and help his Royal Challengers Bangalore to IPL victory at Chennai.
After batting first and scoring 149/8 from their 20 overs - thanks to Australian Glenn Maxwell's 59 - Bangalore were scrambling, with Sunrisers Hyderabad cruising at 96/1 in response.
But in the 14th over, Jamieson re-entered the bowling attack and immediately claimed the wicket of Hyderabad captain Warner.
Coming around the wicket, Jamieson sent down the perfect slower-bouncer, which Warner could only pull to Australian compatriot Dan Christian, running in from the long-on boundary.
The dismissal sent Warner on his way for 54 from 37 balls and triggered a batting collapse that would ultimately spell the end for Hyderabad.
From 96/1, the Sunrisers limped to 143/9 from their 20 overs, falling six runs short.
Only Manish Pandey (38) supported Warner with any score of note, while England's Jonny Bairstow (12) and Afghanistan's Rashid Khan (17) were the only other players to reach double figures.
Jamieson finished with figures of 1/30 from three overs, as uncapped India all-rounder Shahbaz Ahmed was the pick of the bowlers with 3/7 from two.
The win moves Bangalore to top of the IPL table, with two wins from their two matches.
Meanwhile, Hyderabad are second from bottom, with no wins from their two matches, and are yet to play Blackcaps captain Kane Williamson as one of their four permitted overseas players.