IPL Qualifier 1, SRH vs CSK: Chennai reached the final by defeating Sunrisers by two wickets,

IPL Qualifier 1, SRH vs CSK: Chennai reached the final by defeating Sunrisers by two wickets, Duplessis scored an unbeaten 67.

IPL 2018 Qualifier 1: IPL 2018 is now at the final stop. In the playoffs qualifier 1 of the tournament, Chennai Super Kings face the Sunrisers Hyderabad at Wankhede Stadium.

Mumbai: The Sunrisers batting badly broke out against Chennai Super Kings in the first qualifier of IPL 2018. Kane Williamson’s team faltered and faltered, getting 139 runs in 7 overs in 20 overs. Chennai captain MS Dhoni decided to bowl first before winning the toss at the Wankhede Stadium. Sunrisers started poorly, and Shikhar Dhawan (0) was bowled by Deepak Chahar on the first ball. Even after this, Sunrisers lost wickets at regular intervals. The condition was so bad that the team had lost 6 wickets before reaching 100 runs.

Carlos Birthweight top scored with 43 not out and Ken Williamson and Yusuf Pathan scored 24-24. Challenge of making 140 runs for a win against Chennai. After the 19 overs, Chennai’s score is 134 for eight wickets. Shane Watson, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni, Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja, Deepak Chahar and Harbhajan Singh are out. FF Duplessis 61 and Sharadul Thakur are on 15 crew.

In response to a score of 139 in Hyderabad, Chennai also had to face shocks in the beginning. The innings started with Shane Watson and Faf du Plessis, but Bhuvneshwar had already got Watson (0) caught by wicketkeeper Shreevats Goswami in the over. In the second over, Raina added three consecutive fours to Sandeep Sharma. In search of wickets, Ken Williamson brought Siddharth Kaul on the attack in the fourth over, who bowled Suresh Raina (22) and Ambati Rayudu (0) on consecutive balls.

The enthusiasm of the Sunrisers camp was at the peak due to falling three wickets. Dhoni scored his first boundary against Kaul. 8 runs in over. Chennai’s score was 33 for three after Power Play (six over). In the eighth over, leg breaker Rashid Khan raised MS Dhoni (9) boldness by multiplying the difficulties of Chennai. Sunrisers took a strong comeback in the match, taking consecutive wickets. In the ninth over, put the first six in the fifth over of Faf du Plessis. 8 runs in over. Chennai’s run-rate slowed down due to the falling of wickets, that 50 runs in some way in 10 overs were completed.

At the 11th over, Shakib Al Hasan, who thrashed 6 runs in the 12th over, Rashid caught Bravo (7) in the slip at Dhawan’s hands. After losing five wickets, there was a danger of losing on Chennai. The sixth wicket of Chennai went to Sandeep Sharma’s account as Jadeja (3). In the 14th over of the innings, Shakib and Chawkb, in the 14th over, Duplessis gave some relief to the fans of Chennai. Over 14 runs, Duplessis attacked Sandeep Sharma in the 15th over and scored six and four fours. In this over, it was 12 runs, but the team needed to lose the wicket of Deepak Chahar (10) on the last ball. Caught by Brett Lee After the 15th over, Chennai’s score was 92 runs from seven wickets and in the remaining five overs the team needed 48 runs.

In the 16th over of the innings were thrown by Rashid Khan, only one run was scored. 17th of the innings thrown by Kaul Over was also economical, with 4 runs in it. I was fast emerging from the catch of Chennai. In the last over, the team needed 43 runs. In the 18th over, Duplessis gave Braithwaite two fours and six to get the thrill out. His half-century came in 37 balls with the help of three fours and three sixes. Over 20 runs in the over but the team lost Harbhajan Singh (2) wicket too. The team needed 23 runs in the last two overs. The team needed 23 runs in the last two overs. On the first ball of the 19th over, Sharadul surprised Kaul with three fours. Over 17.6: He is Caught. In the last over, Chennai needed 6 runs.

Wicket collapse: 0-1 (Watson, 0.5), 24-2 (Raina, 3.3), 24-3 (Rayudu, 3.4), 39-4 (Dhoni, 7.4), 57-5 (Bravo, 11.2), 62- 6 (Jadeja, 12.3)

Sunrisers innings, The first ball starts with a fall of the wicket

Early sunrise started for the first wicket of the fast bowler Deepak Chahar got spoiled. Chahar hit Chennai on the first ball of the match and bowled Dhawan (0). By the way, Williamson made three fours in the over. The match was started by Shreevats Goswami with Dhawan. From Lungi Angidi In the second over of the thrown innings, six runs and the third over (10 wickets in the bowlers – Deepak Chahar). Sunrise two more wickets fell before the fifth over and the team started getting deteriorated.

In the fourth over, Shreevatsa Goswami (12) was caught by Lungi Angadi on his own ball. In the next over, Sharadul Thakur was successful in capturing captain Ken Williamson (24 runs, 15 balls, 4 fours) in the gloves of Dhoni’s gloves. Sunrisers scored 47 runs for three wickets after powerplay (six overs). Dwayne Bravo was brought in Bowling for the seventh over in the seventh over. Sunrisers’ 50 runs were completed in 6.3 overs, but Shakib (12) was also dismissed by Bravo on the next ball and Dhoni returned to Pavilion. Chennai Supercans ‘grip was getting stronger in the match. Sunrisers’ score of 10 overs was 64 runs in four wickets.

In the 12th over of the innings, Manish Pandey (8) got the end of the innings. He was caught by leg-spinner Ravindra Jadeja on his own ball. Even before the score reached 75, Sunrisers’ half team had returned to the pavilion.