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Chennai overcame the victory over Bangalore on the basis of their bowling

Chennai Super Kings defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets in the 11th edition of the IPL on the spectacular display of their bowlers. In the match played at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) stadium, Chennai bowlers restricted Bangalore to 127 runs in 20 overs, with nine wickets in 20 overs. After this, the batsmen got the easy goal of losing four wickets in 18 overs. After this win, Chennai has returned to the top spot in the points table. This is the sixth consecutive victory against Bangalore against Bangalore, while this season it has defeated RCB for the second time.

Bangalore’s strong batting collapse in front of the exact line of the bowlers of Chennai collapsed like a set of cards. Wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel, playing his first match in the season, scored 52 runs. At the same time, Tim Southey played an unbeaten 36 runs. Chasing 128 runs easy to chase, Chennai’s first wicket fell as Shane Watson (11) on total totals of 18. He faced 41 balls in his innings, hit five fours and two sixes. From here only the South can handle one edge and the rest of the batsmen have returned to the pavilion quickly.

After the departure of Watson, the other opener Ambati Rayudu (32) and Suresh Raina (25) put the side ahead and put 62 runs on the scoreboard. On this score, Umesh Yadav gave Raina the second blow to Chennai in the hands of Raina.

Chennai overcame the victory over Bangalore on the basis of their bowling

After some time Rayudu also returned to the pavilion by catching Mohammad Ashraful’s delivery to Mohammad Siraj. Dhruv Shore was bowled on the personal score of eight by Colin D Granholm. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (21 not out) and Dwayne Bravo (14 not out) guided the team to a 48-run partnership for the fifth wicket.

 Prior to this, Dhoni decided to bowl first before winning the toss and his bowlers corrected their captain’s decision, in three overs at Bangalore’s 53 runs in 7.3 overs. These three wickets included the wickets of Brendon McCullum (5), captain Virat Kohli (8) and Abraham De Villiers (1). Though the earthquakes were standing on one end He added 38 runs with Kohli for the second wicket, out of which 30 runs were only for Parthiv.

Bangalore’s fourth wicket dropped to Mandeep Singh (7) on the total score of 73. The team then lost the fifth wicket on the score of 84 as Parthiv. He faced 41 balls in his innings, hit five fours and two sixes. From here only the South can handle one edge and the rest of the batsmen have returned to the pavilion quickly. Bangalore lost their ninth wicket as Mohammad Siraj on the last ball of the innings.

For Ravindra Jadeja, three for Harbhajan, Harbhajan Singh took two wickets. Apart from these, there was a wicket in the account of David Willy, who made his debut in the IPL. Luigi Enigidi also managed to get one wicket.  In the match played at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) stadium, Chennai bowlers restricted Bangalore to 127 runs in 20 overs, with nine wickets in 20 overs. After this, the batsmen got the easy goal of losing four wickets in 18 overs.

Updated: May 6, 2018 — 2:11 pm

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