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    Harbhajan put Mumbai in third final

    Mumbai Indians dished out the perfect formulaic fare win toss, score enough runs and throttle the opponent in the field to subdue Chennai Super Kings by 25 runs and march into the final.

    After Lendl Simmons and Kieron Pollard took Mumbai’s score to 187, they shadowed Super Kings throughout their chase, never allowing
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    Apart from
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    After a decent start, Super Kings found themselves in the rather unfamiliar territory of a middle order collapse, and more disturbingly for them they didn’t have the right response. The very next ball after Raina pushed one straight back at Harbhajan, Dhoni , attempting a sweep, was caught plumb in front. But the lbw that caused much angst to Super Kings was that of Dwayne Smith, ruled out by Richard Illingworth when a Lasith Malinga low full toss in the first over struck him well outside leg stump.

    But du Plessis, who was later dropped on 14 by Malinga, remained Super Kings’ banker. However, his dismissal in the 14th over, which was followed by Parthiv Patel’s sharp run out of Dwayne Bravo, quelled any late uprising. Ashwin belted out some elegant hits, but with no recognised batsman at the other end there was too much for him to do. Super Kings folded up two balls after his dismissal in the 19th over.

    Even though Mumbai didn’t go berserk from the beginning, openers Simmons and Parthiv Patel didn’t panic after a slow start.

    After negotiating tidy opening spells from Ashwin, who opened the bowling for the second time this year, and Ashish Nehra, Simmons blasted a brace of sixes off Ashwin to shrug off the inertia. While he played out 25 dot balls, he compensated with five sixes and three fours during the course of his 51 ball 65. Simmons looked to be hurling everything he had at the ball, and besides hacking the ball down the ground, his fast hands came in handy while guiding the ball late.

    Parthiv joined in with his clear the front leg and swipe approach soon after, and together they completed their fourth 50 plus partnership of the tournament. After Bravo sent back Parthiv, the incidence of wickets appeared to be a little more frequent, but it didn’t have a palpable impact on the scoring rate: they scored 49 runs from the 10th to 15th overs, and managed 52 in their last five.

    Pollard played an influential role in this respect, slamming a 17 ball 41 with five sixes and a four. He largely favoured the leg side, besides going straight every once in a while. That he kept going despite wickets falling at the other end hurt Super Kings, whose fielding was uncharacteristically patchy. It rubbed on to their bowling towards the end: Bravo bowled three wides in the last over, which cost him 16 runs.

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    cheap michael kors It’s as easy as that. The facts are in the records: the tuth is that most times, the team that bats first wins the match, once they create score board pressue once this happens the game is done and dusted! It happens one in a 100 games the other way. Check it. If the team batting first does not make enough runs, you are very confident that they would lose. Once one innings is completed, you know the winner of the match! Any score over 165 is too much pressure for the team batting second the result in cases like this is grossly skewed towards the team that’s batting first. A good example is the current match in progress between RCB and RR. I can bet my house that RCB wins by at least 10 runs.

    I support Dhoni and CSK. but something which needs to be understand as IPL is played to identify new talent, but unfortunately the CSK team is whole lot of International playing XI except one or two additional player. We can see from Full squad only 13 14 players played matches rest are being picked up to sit on the bench. which is injustice to all the players who are on the bench. CSK needs to give chances to new talents then need to win. IF you have 10 out 11 international players then its like and World XI against RR, MI, KKR, and so on. Anything under 160 is a sure walk in the park for the team batting second. And, anything beyond 165 is an easy win for the team batting first. It’s as easy as that. The facts are in the records: the tuth is that most times, the team that bats first wins the match, once they create score board pressue once this happens the game is done and dusted! It happens one in a 100 games the other way. Check it. If the team batting first does not make enough runs, you are very confident that they would lose. Once one innings is completed, you know the winner of the match! Any score over 165 is too much pressure for the team batting second the result in cases like this is grossly skewed towards the team that’s batting first. A good example is the current match in progress between RCB and RR. I can bet my house that RCB wins by at least 10 runs.

    I support Dhoni and CSK. but something which needs to be understand as IPL is played to identify new talent, but unfortunately the CSK team is whole lot of International playing XI except one or two additional player. We can see from Full squad only 13 14 players played matches rest are being picked up to sit on the bench. which is injustice to all the players who are on the bench. CSK needs to give chances to new talents then need to win. IF you have 10 out 11 international players then its like and World XI against RR, MI, KKR, and so on. Even if a team wins the toss
    cheap michael kors and elects to bat first will have to score enough runs and then throttle the opposition in the field, which you yourself suggest early on in your comment but seem to drift away from your own thoughts later. And even that’s not just it. I’ve seen 220s being chased down and 100 110 being defended in T20 cricket. I don’t know if these aren’t ups and downs for you, but for a normal audience like me, they certainly are.

    Tbh, teams like KKR and CSK have accumulated points on their home runs. In a slow, turning pitch of Chepauk, even the incompetent spinners like Jadeja and Negi go just around an economy of 6. Bravo’s slower deliveries grip the surface and don’t come to the bat properly, giving an impression of how great a bowler he is. Whenever they’ve played away games in a bit different conditions, they’ve always struggled be it at Brabourne, Raipur or Wankhede. On the other hand, teams like MI, RCB and RR have performed as good in unknown conditions as they’ve at home. That shows how better all round team on show won the match.

    P. S. Please don’t come up with the usual chants of ‘why can’t others make home pitches acc to their needs etc etc’. I wasn’t debating on that ,it was just an explanation of how CSK managed to do well in the league phase. Lol man not only their fans but their captain too. Look at d csk team, they got 7 players who can bowl and eight can bat(excluding Ashwin). Still few saying they lost because of umpire’s howler. No other team in ipl is this versatile than csk. May be Rajasthan to an extent but still they lack players of international standards. No wonder csk finished in d top spot. In fact with a team like this people can expect them to win every single match. Other hand look at d other teams, they are finding it hard to field a balanced 11. Most of the teams got some 3 4 bowlers and batsmen to carry their teams all the time. And why most of the clubs didn’t bid for good players during the auction, even when they had so much money left in their pocket is still out of many people’s reach. And that’s d reason why the likes of csk could accumulate such a squad in d first place

    "Mumbai Indians dished out the perfect formulaic fare win toss, score enough runs and throttle the opponent in the field." The exact thing that I have been saying about T/20 cricket: There’s nothing in a match that really holds a spectator’s attention after you know who wins the toss in fact, the only thrill there is when a T/20 match is to be played, is to see who wins the toss. You know who wins the toss is going to bat; because once they make enough rins, the match is done and duisted; and vice versa that’s T/20 cricket for you. So, where’s the interest why people must watch it? There’s no ups
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    CSK failed to get a good start so essential for big run chases due to an umpiring shocker. There is a case for auto review of LBW like no balls run outs. The loss of 2 early wickets derailed the run chase. But 2 wickets by Bhajji in 2 balls decided the match result. MI’s brilliant opening partnership set up a platform that made it easy for middle order for go for a strong finish. This match was also marked by error in MOM award as Simmons/ Bhajji deserved it more. By league stage 5 CSK batsman finished in top 25(BMcC, Raina, Smith, Dhoni faf) with over 300 runs but batting wasn’t effective. In 11 out of 14 matches CSK ‘s opening partnership was less than 50 runs. In 10 out of 14 matches BMcC played less than 20 balls preventing other batters to play freely post high totals. It remains to be seen whether CSK can correct opening batting troubles in IPL8 before they replace both openers next season. Comments critical of CSK team selection captaincy are not based on reality.Articles Connexes:

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