IPL 2021, MI vs. CSK: Chennai, Mumbai chase over 200 targets for the first time in Hurricane Kieron Pollard

The 27th match of the IPL 2021 was played between the Chennai Super Kings and the Mumbai Indians on Saturday at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Mumbai scored a massive target of 219 for the loss of 6 wickets in the last delivery of the 20th over. Kieran Pollard scored an unbeaten 87 off 34 balls for Mumbai. He completed his fifty in 17 balls. Pollard scored 87 off 34 balls, hitting eight sixes and six boundaries. He changed the game based on these innings. Apart from Pollard, Quinton de Kock scored 38 and Rohit Sharma 35. Sam Karan was the highest wicket taker for Chennai.

Earlier, after a century partnership with Faf Duplessis (50) and Moin Ali (58), Chennai Super Kings batted first against the Mumbai Indians on Saturday in the Indian Premier League, thanks to Ambati Rayudu’s unbeaten 72. But after scoring a goal. A big score of 218, Rayudu hit four fours and seven sixes in an unbeaten innings of 27 balls. He finished the 20th over with just 20 balls to spare. Jadeja shared an unbroken partnership of 102 with Jadeja for the fifth wicket, scoring just 22 runs off 22 balls. For the first time since 2008, the Chennai team managed to score over 200 against Mumbai.

After Ruturaj Gaikwad was dismissed in the opening over, Duplessis and Moin laid the foundation for the second wicket with 108 runs. Moin hit four boundaries and five sixes in his 36-ball knock. Kieran Pollard was the most successful bowler for Mumbai, taking two wickets for just 12 runs in two overs. Mumbai’s leading bowler Jaspreet Bumrah scored 56 runs in his four overs with one wicket, his most expensive spell. Trent Boult took one wicket for 42 runs in four overs. After losing the toss, Ruturaj Gaikwad hit the second ball of the Chennai innings, but Bolt made his way to the pavilion after two balls. Hardik took the catch and finished four innings on four balls.

Bumrah was defeated, the fast bowler’s name being recorded for an undesirable record

Faf Duplessis, who runs in a brilliant rhythm, hit the third ball after Dhaval Kulkarni greeted him with four runs, playing his first match of the ball. In the next over, Moin Ali scored Bolt’s consecutive deliveries of six and then four. He bowled Jaspreet Bumrah for a slow delivery to bowl in the fifth over and then hit four boundaries against Bolt in the sixth over. Mohin hit a six over Neesham in the 10th over and then scored a half-century off 33 balls. However, Duplessis survived the next delivery as a runout. Globes touched the stump and Gilly fell before the wicketkeeper had the ball in his hands. He then hit two consecutive boundaries. Duplessis completed the team’s run with two consecutive sixes over Bumrah in the 11th over and a century later by Moeen. However, Bumrah made a comeback and ended Moin Ali’s innings with a catch by wicketkeeper Quinton Deacock.

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Captain Rohit caught the ball to Kieran Pollard in the 12th over, and he defended his decision by taking the wickets of Duplessis and Raina in the last two balls. If Duplessis hit two fours and four sixes in his 28-ball knock, Raina could have scored just two. In the 15th over, Ambati Rayudu hit a six off Rahul Chaher’s crease using crease. He added 82 runs in the last five overs, with Bumrah, Bolt and Kulkarni taking the ball several times with Ravindra Jadeja. He hit two consecutive sixes against Kulkarni in the 16th over and then Bumrah in the 17th over with a no ball. Rayur hit a six, four and then six against Bolt for bowling in the 18th over. Jadeja hit the fifth ball of the 19th over and scored 200 for the team, while Rayudu hit the last two balls of the innings against Kulkarni for six wickets and then scored four for 218.
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