Dream11 IPL 2020, Match 41: CSK vs MI

Paola Ditto
Ottobre 23, 2020

He batted in the first Super Over but did not take field after that.

Trent Boult starred with the ball while Ishan Kishan slammed an unbeaten 68 as Mumbai Indians (MI) beat Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by ten wickets in Match 41 of the Dream11 Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Friday.

Mumbai's chase cut a dash as De Kock and Kishan plundered boundaries seemingly at will, racing to 52-0 in the six powerplay overs.

Earlier, MI, who elected to bowl after Kieron Pollard won the toss, had to make a forced change as Saurabh Tiwary replaced injured Rohit Sharma in the middle.

The pair plundered seven sixes and 11 fours between them to earn Mumbai their first 10-wicket win in their IPL history and send them top of the standings ahead of Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore on net run-rate.

Boult set the tone for the match by opening with a wicket-maiden, trapping Ruturaj Gaikwad - Curran's replacement as opener - lbw for a fifth-ball duck on his way to his best figures in the IPL.

Bumrah followed up with two wickets in as many balls in the following over as Ambati Rayudu gloved behind and Narayan Jagadeesan was caught in the slips.

CSK were at one stage 43 for 7 but thanks to Curran, they reached 114/9 at the end of 20 overs.

The board read 30-6 when Dhoni was well caught by wicketkeeper de Kock looking to repeat a straight six down the ground off Rahul Chahar (2-22). The leg-spinner, in his next over, scalped his second wicket after Deepak Chahar was stumped. Sam Curran stepped up and with some help from Shardul Thakur and Imran Tahir, helped CSK recover from a dismal state.

Curran was dismissed only on the final delivery of the innings after he had made 52 runs off 47 balls with four fours and two sixes. CSK, on the other hand, continue to languish at the bottom.

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