IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 10 wickets, topped the table

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Chennai Super Kings scored 114 runs after losing nine wickets in 20 overs, batting first, Mumbai easily achieved this goal.


After the brilliant bowling of Trent Boult, the team of Ishan Kishan and Quinton Deacock scored a century partnership, the Mumbai Indians team defeated Chennai Super Kings in the match on Friday in the top of the table Gained position At the same time, Chennai team is almost out of the playoff race with this defeat. In the absence of Rohit Sharma, Keiron Pollard commanded Mumbai. After winning the toss, Pollard invited Chennai to bat. Chennai's batting looked scattered like every time and that was the reason the team had to lose nine wickets to score 114 runs in 20 overs. At the same time, Mumbai easily achieved this goal without losing any wicket.


On being sent to bat first, Chennai lost five wickets within the powerplay. Out of these, Bolt took three and Bumrah took two wickets. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's team could not overcome these initial tremors.

Sam Curran played half-century

If Sam Curran had not scored 52, then Chennai would not have reached a score of 114 for nine. Curran played finely, scoring 52 runs in 47 balls with the help of two sixes and four fours. He bowled the last ball of the match and became Bolt's fourth victim. Bolt took four wickets for 18 runs. He gave 13 runs in his last over i.e. only five runs in the first three overs. Bumrah took two for 25 and leg-spinner Rahul Chahar took two wickets for 22 runs. Kurran shared a 43-run partnership for the ninth wicket with Imran Tahir (13 not out), which was the biggest partnership for Chennai.

Lost five wickets in power play Chennai started badly and their three wickets fell for three runs after two overs. He lost two more wickets in the powerplay. Ruturaj Gaikwad, who replaced Shane Watson, was lbw in the very first over without Bolt opening the account. Ambati Rayudu was sent to the pavilion by Bumrah whose catch was caught by Quinton Dickock. N Jagadeesh returned with a catch to Suryakumar Yadav on the next ball. Faf du Plessis, the only batsman from Chennai who has done well so far this season, also left with a catch to Dickock. Captain Dhoni (16) continued his poor form, who was out after attempting a big shot after hitting a six off Rahul Chahar. The bolt caught Ravindra Jadeja (seven) in the hands of Krunal Pandya.