IPL 2020

IPL 2020 CSK vs MI Highlights: CSK scattered in front of Ishaan Kishan and Dickock’s ‘Storm’, lost by 10 wickets with 46 balls remaining

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IPL 2020 CSK vs MI Highlights: In the match of IPL 2020, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings got a shameful defeat today which will keep them going for a long time. In a completely one-sided match, Mumbai Indians defeated him by a big margin of 10 wickets (CSK vs MI). Mumbai Indians openers rained fours and sixes while ‘cautious washing’ of CSK bowlers and reached the target of 115 runs in 12.2 overs.

While opener Ishaan Kishan scored an unbeaten 68 off just 37 balls with the help of six fours and five sixes, Quinton Dickock scored an unbeaten 46 off 37 balls with the help of five fours and two sixes. Due to the stormy innings of these two batsmen, MI’s team reached the goal of 46 balls already. CSK’s team proved to be laggards on both batting and bowling. MI executive captain Kieran Pollard won the toss and elected to bowl first.

Batting first, the CSK team managed a small score of 114 runs after losing 9 wickets in 20 overs, which MI achieved without losing wickets without any problems. After today’s thumping win, the Mumbai Indians team is on rank first in the points tally. MI has 14 points from 10 matches with seven wins and three defeats. Delhi Capitals also have 14 points but in second in terms of net run rate, they are in second place. Talking about Chennai, its expectation of playoffs is almost over. The team has six points with only three wins in 11 matches. MI fast bowler Trent Bolt Player of the Match, who took four wickets for 18 runs in the match, declared.

Batting first, all the batsmen of CSK badly disappointed. The team was able to score 114 runs in 20 overs. CSK should also be thankful to lower-order batsmen Sam Curren (52 runs, 47 balls, four fours and two sixes) and Imran Tahir (13 not out) for reaching the triple-run number, who added 43 runs for the ninth wicket. Kurain dismissed on the last ball of the innings.

Mumbai Indians executive captain Kiren Pollard won the toss and chose bowling at the Sharjah ground. Rohit Sharma did not play in this match due to hamstring injury. The start of CSK’s innings in the match was disappointing. In the first over, opener Rituraj Gaikwad and in the second over, Ambati Rayudu and N. Jagadeesan dismissed on consecutive balls. Reliable Faf du Plessis (1), Ravindra Jadeja (7) and captain MS Dhoni (16) were also out in the doldrums. The condition was that by reaching 71 runs, eight batsmen of the team had been dismissed.

At this time of difficulty, Sam Curren showed that there was nothing in the wicket that runs could not be scored. He, along with Imran Tahir, took the team beyond 100 runs. For MI, Trent Bolt took the most four wickets for 18 runs. Jaspreet Bumrah and Rahul Char got two wickets each