CSKvsPBKS how kings Punjab and CSK lost the match know 5 reasons CSKvsPBKS: how Punjab and CSK lost the match, know 5 reasonsOn April 16, 2021 by admin
Chennai Super Kings, captained by MS Dhoni, defeated Punjab Kings by 6 wickets in their second match of IPL 2021 played at Wankhede Stadium on Friday.
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New Delhi :
Chennai Super Kings, captained by MS Dhoni, defeated Punjab Kings by 6 wickets in their second match of IPL 2021 played at Wankhede Stadium on Friday. Chennai Super Kings achieved the target of 107 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in 15.4 overs. Moin Ali hit seven fours and a six off 31 balls. Faf Duplesey hit three fours and a six off 33 balls. This is Chennai Super Kings’ first win in IPL 2021. At the same time, the Punjab Kings came here after winning the first match, which now has to face defeat. Also in IPL 2020, Chennai Super Kings defeated Kings XI Punjab both matches. Now on Saturday, the five-time champions Mumbai Indians will face Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Apart from Moin, Super Kings lost 5 wickets of Rituraj Gaikwad, Suresh Raina 8 and Ambati Rayudu zero. At one time Chennai had scored 90 runs at the loss of just one wicket. Moin Ali was out on this sum. And then he lost 2 more wickets to score the next 17 runs. Mohammad Shami took two wickets from Punjab. This is the Super Kings’ first win in two matches. He overcame a seven-wicket defeat in the first match at the hands of Delhi and gave a brilliant gift of victory to captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was playing his 200th match. Although Dhoni has played more than 200 matches in the IPL, but this was his 200th match for the Super Kings.
- Earlier, on the back of fast bowler Deepak Chahar’s superb bowling, Chennai Super Kings won the toss and first restricted Punjab’s team to 106 for eight wickets in 20 overs. Pacer Deepak Chahar dismissed four players for 13 runs. After this, the Punjab Kings broke back and the team of Punjab could never recover from it.
- The Punjab Kings team could only manage 106 runs for eight wickets in 20 overs. For Punjab, Shahrukh Khan scored the most 47 runs with the help of four fours and two sixes from 36 balls. Apart from Deepak, Moin Ali, Dwayne Bravo and Sam Karen took one wicket each from Chennai. Punjab’s start was very bad and Chahar completely stunted Punjab’s innings. Punjab lost the wickets of Mayank Agarwal (0), Captain Lokesh Rahul (5), Chris Gayle (10), Nicholas Pooran (0) and Deepak Hooda (10) on a total of 26. Except this, Chahar shocks the other four wickets except Rahul.
- After the initial setback, Shah Rukh Khan, along with Zhai Richardson, tried to handle the innings and both batsmen took the score to 50. But Moin did not give Richardson the opportunity to bolster this partnership. Only after that it was decided that the team of Punjab Kings will not be able to score more now and it happened as well. Although it seemed at one time that even 100 runs of the team would not be completed, but somehow the score reached 107, although this too was not enough for a team like CSK.
- After this, Bravo sent Murugan Ashwin to the pavilion. Ashwin scored six runs from 14 balls. Although Shah Rukh tried to get Punjab to a respectable score, he failed to do so and was dismissed on the first ball of the last over as the eighth batsman. Mohammad Shami remained unbeaten on 12 balls in the Punjab innings.
First Published : 16 Apr 2021, 11:24:54 PM
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