Chennai is in rhythm as soon as Dhoni returns to the captaincy

Under the captaincy of Rabindra Jadeja, Chennai Super Kings got only 2 wins in 6 matches. Jadeja himself is not in good form. Tonak Nade Chennai Management. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was brought back to the captaincy.. . . . .

This time Dhoni got the captaincy in IPL and gave victory to Chennai in the first match. Chennai beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs in the last match of the day. The team lost to Punjab Kings in the previous match.

Chennai opener Ruturaj Gaikwad will be the first to win this third victory of Chennai in 9 matches. Chennai made 162 runs in 16.5 overs in the opening over. Sunrisers captain Kane Williamson came and slapped Gaikwad on the back when he was dismissed by T Natarajan. That, of course, is comforting.

Williamson slapped Ruturaj on the back for 99 runs
Williamson slapped Ruturaj on the back for 99 runsPhoto: IPL
Gaikwad is out for 99 runs in an innings of 58 balls with 6 sixes and 6 fours. Gaikwad was the fifth batsman to be dismissed for 99 runs in the IPL. After Virat Kohli, Ishan Kisan, Prithvi Shaw and Chris Gayle, Gaikwad is the victim of this misfortune. Gayle alone has been out for 99 runs twice.

Another Chennai opener, Devon Conway, was unbeaten on 75 off 55 balls at the other end. This Kiwi arranged the innings with 4 sixes and 6 fours. Chennai scored 202 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. Sunrisers came down to chase and stopped for 169 runs for 8 wickets.

But the Sunrisers had a good start. Sunrisers scored 56 runs in 5.5 overs before opener Abhishek Sharma was dismissed for 39 off 24 balls. The team was in danger after Rahul Tripathi was dismissed in the next ball. Chennai left-arm pacer Mukesh Chowdhury took two wickets. The speed of the run also decreases after that.

At the end of 10 overs, the score of Sunrisers was 79 for 3. Williamson’s team still needs an average of 11.40 per over. Aiden Markram, who scored 16 off 10 balls, was picked up by Kiwi spinner Mitchell Santner in the 10th over.

Chennai is back in the shadow of Dhoni’s captaincy
Chennai is back in the shadow of Dhoni’s captaincyPhoto: IPL
The Sunrisers were still hoping to win as Nicholas was old. A good pair was needed. The Caribbean left-arm hard hitter tried to build the pair with Williamson. Kiwi star Williamson was batting with a natural edge. Trying to take the match to the end.

But in the 15th over, Williamson fell victim to lbw off Dwayne Pretorius. He scored 46 off 36 balls. Sunrisers needed 72 runs in the last 5 overs to win. From here the old was the only hope of the team.

But Chennai’s Mahesh Thiksena, Pretorius and Mukesh put pressure on the Sunrisers in the next three overs by trying to keep Puran and Shashank Singh as close as possible. In the 16th over, Mukesh turned Chennai’s win into a matter of time by picking up Shashank (15 off 14 balls) and Washington Sundar.

Chennai pacer Mukesh took 4 wickets with a great ball
Chennai pacer Mukesh took 4 wickets with a great ballPhoto: IPL
Sunrisers needed 50 runs in the last two overs to win. Pretoria almost beat Chennai by 12 runs in the 19th over. Because, Sunrisers needed 36 runs in the last over to win. The team had to do something miraculous in the last over to win. That did not happen. In the last over, Sunrisers could not win even though they got the old half-century on the way to pick up a total of 24 runs with 3 sixes.

Puran was unbeaten on 74 off 33 balls. He made 6 sixes and 3 fours in the innings.

Mukesh is the most successful bowler for Chennai. He took 4 wickets for 46 runs in 4 overs and made a great contribution to the team’s victory. Earlier, Natarajan took 2 wickets for 42 runs for Sunrisers. Chennai tops the table with 6 points in 9 matches. Four Sunrisers with 10 points in an equal match.

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