Watson’s brilliant batting hitting sixes and fours

87 runs for 53 balls
– Watson 83 for 53

Dubai: Duplessis and Watson combined with a spectacular batting performance, a six and four boundaries, and Chennai Super Kings won by 10 wickets without losing a single wicket.

Chasing a 179-run target set by Kings XI Punjab in the 18th edition of the 13th edition of the IPL in Dubai, Chennai Super Kings crushed Punjab’s bowlers with a good batting performance. Faf D’Plessis and Shane Watson, who were openers, sparked the bowlers’ partnership.

Faf Du’Plessis, Shane Watson, played Ta Ta Na Na Na. The duo beat Punjab’s total. Duplessis hit 87 off 53 balls with 11 fours. Watson Tau also gave the team a winning margin by scoring 83 (3 sixes, 11 fours) in 53 balls.

Duplexis four fours in one over
In the last over of the power play, Duplessis burrobari made 18 runs in a single over. Watson bounced upward after Watson singled in the first ball. Watson scored more runs in the same over.

At the end of the power play, the duo scored a magnificent 66 runs. D’Plessis and Watson, who played wickets while keeping wickets, were hit by sixes and fours. This caused the Punjab bowlers to sweat. Chennai’s bowling performance was easily won by a good batting performance. At the end of the power play, D’Plessis scored 37 for 22 and Watson 23 for 20.

The pair made 101 runs by the time they reached the tenth over. Shane Watson, on the other hand, scored a half-century before 31 balls. Duplessis also scored a half century for 33 balls. The pair then played a comfortable game and scored 123 runs in 13 overs.

By the end of the 15th over, the two had hit 150 runs in partnership. Watson hit 76 off 49 balls (3 sixes, 10 fours) and Duplessis 43 (63 fours). By then, the Chennai team had a winning laugh.


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