Watson injured his leg while diving at the non-striker’s end in the third over off Lasith Malinga, leaving the Brisbane-born with his yellow uniform stained red around the left knee.
Watson got six stitches after the final against eventual champions Mumbai Indians in this year's edition of the IPL.
The bowler achieved the feat in the second qualifier against Delhi Capitals at Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam.
In the chase of 184 runs, RCB were reeling at 20 for three, but Shimron Hetmyer and Gurkeerat Singh played out of their skins to take the team closer to victory. Singh after playing a knock of 65 runs said that he just wanted to deliver for the team as he got an opportunity in the IPL after almost two years.
Punjab posted a target of 164 runs, owing to Chris Gayle's knock of 69 runs off just 37 deliveries. But Delhi had no problem in chasing down the total as both Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer scored half-centuries to guide the team over the line.
Australia batsman Steve Smith is back in his captaincy role as Rajasthan Royals have given him the leadership duty for rest of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Saturday.
Pandya, who was adjudged the player of the match, said he has been hitting the ball well and hoped to continue in the remaining games.
Williamson could only score three runs as the Hyderabad-franchise snapped its three-game losing streak with a six-wicket win over the table topper Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Wednesday in Hyderabad.
While chasing a target of 174, Kohli and AB de Villiers starred for the visitors as they played knocks of 67 and 59*, respectively, to take the team over the line with four balls to spare.
Kieron Pollard’s crucial 83 before a match-winning double from Alzarri Joseph helped Mumbai Indians pull off a three-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab here at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday.