For the first time in the history of IPL, CSK lost by 10 wickets, Mumbai topped - Newztezz Online


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For the first time in the history of IPL, CSK lost by 10 wickets, Mumbai topped

Ishan Kishan's explosive half-century helped Mumbai Indians to a 10-wicket victory over Chennai Super Kings in a thrilling match on Friday after Trent Bolt and Jaspreet Bumrah's thunderous bowling. 
Chennai's performance in the 13th season of the IPL T20 cricket tournament has not improved at all. After receiving an invitation to bat first, Dhoni set an easy target of 115 against Mumbai. Which Mumbai overcame without losing a single wicket. Mumbai won the match by 116 runs in 11.2 overs. Ishant Kish played a tumultuous innings of 68 runs. With this defeat, Chennai's hopes of reaching the playoffs are almost gone. Chennai were 114 for nine in 20 overs. With this victory, Mumbai has come to the top of the points table.

For the first time in IPL history, Chennai lost by 10 wickets

Chennai Super Kings have lost by 10 wickets against Mumbai Indians. This has been Chennai's worst performance so far. Chennai Super Kings have lost by 10 wickets to a team for the first time in the history of the IPL. Earlier, his biggest defeat in terms of wickets was against Mumbai Indians. In the 2008 IPL, Chennai lost by 9 wickets to Mumbai Indians in a match played at Wankhede Stadium.

Ishaan Kishan's tumultuous half century

The opening pair of Quint Decock and Ishan Kishan gave the Mumbai Indians a great start as they set an easy target of 115 runs. Both the batsmen did not give a single chance to the Chennai bowlers. Ishaan Kish also batted erratically. The duo did not allow Chennai to achieve a single success. Seeing Ishaan Kishan batting aggressively, Decock gave him maximum strike. Ishant Kish played an unbeaten innings of 68 off 37 balls which included six fours and five sixes. Decock was unbeaten on 46 off 37 balls with five fours and two sixes.

Dhoni's knees are on his knees against the onslaught of Bolt and Bumrah

Earlier, Chennai Super Kings fell to their knees against the lethal bowling of Trent Bolt and Jaspreet Bumrah for an easy 115-run target against Mumbai Indians. Mumbai won the toss and elected to bat first in the 13th season of the IPL T20 cricket tournament in Sharjah today. Chennai's batting, which has performed poorly in the current tournament, has been disappointing. However, with the help of Sam Karan's crucial batting, Chennai managed to score a respectable score. Chennai scored 114 runs in 20 overs. Sam made a significant contribution of 52 runs.

Chennai Super Kings took seven wickets for 43 runs

Rituraj Gaekwad and Faf Duplessis were the opening pair for Chennai after receiving the first batting invitation. But the pair could not withstand the onslaught of fast bowler Trent Bolt and Jaspreet Bumrah. Chennai lost four wickets for three runs. His batting did not stop there and the team lost seven wickets in 43 runs. Gaikwad could not open an account. While Duplessis scored one and Ambati Rayudu scored two. Jagadishan also gathered the pavilion without opening an account.

Sam Karan's crucial half-century, Bolt's four wickets

Sam Karan was the only batsman for Chennai to challenge the Mumbai bowlers. Sam Curran played a crucial innings of 52 off 47 balls with four fours and two sixes. While captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 16 runs off 16 balls. Shardul Thakur (11) and Imran Tahir (13 not out) also contributed. For Mumbai, Trent Bolt was quick for four wickets for 18 runs in four overs. While Bumrah and Rahul Chahar had two and Nathan Coulter-Nile had one.

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