- Deja scored an unbeaten 62 off 28 balls.
- Ravindra Jadeja took one run out with 3 wickets in bowling.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s CSK has topped the points table with 8 points.
On the basis of Ravindra Jadeja’s all-round performance, Chennai Super Kings registered a fourth win by defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by 69 runs in the 19th match of IPL 2021 (IPL 2021). It was CSK’s fifth match in the current season. This is RCB’s first defeat in five matches.
Jadeja was adjudged the Player of the Match, after taking an unbeaten 62-run knock, also picked up 3 wickets and struck out one. CSK reached the top of the points table with eight points.
Virat Kohli (RCB) team of Virat Kohli could score 122 runs for 9 wickets after chasing the target of 192 runs put by Chennai. For him, opener Devdutt Padikkal scored the highest 34 runs from 15 balls. Glenn Maxwell scored 22 while Kylie Jamieson was out for 16. The RCB team went on to lose wickets at regular intervals.
Jadeja scores 37 runs in the last over
Jadeja scored 37 runs in Harshal Patel’s last over with the help of five sixes, which gave Chennai a strong score of 191 for 4 wickets. Despite a 74-run partnership for the first wicket between Faf Duplessis (50) and Ruturaj Gaikwad (33), Patel’s tremors in between meant that CSK would be able to reach around 170 runs but Jadeja (62 not out off 28 balls). , 4 fours, 5 sixes) changed the equation in the last over.
IPL is the most expensive over joint history
Jadeja hit a four off five sixes off Harshal’s balls in the 20th over. There was also a Nobol among them. A total of 37 runs were scored in this over and it became the joint most expensive over in IPL history. Patel had conceded only 14 runs in the first three overs, but in the end his bowling analysis was three wickets for 51 runs.
Chennai were 154 for 4 at one time in 19 overs.
At one time the Chennai team had scored 154 runs on four wickets by the end of the 19th over. In this sense, he was expected to reach the maximum of 170-75 but Jadeja changed the equation in the storm of the last over and when it was over, 191 runs were scored on four scores in 20 overs on the scoreboard. Jadeja scored at a strike rate of 221. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni remained unbeaten on two runs.
Dhoni won the toss and chose batting
After winning the toss, the Chennai team got off to a great start by batting first. His opening pair – Rituraj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis – added 74 runs for the first wicket. Gaikwad was dismissed by Yuzvendra Chahal after putting four fours and a six off 25 balls. The team’s total at that time was 74 runs.
After this, du Plessis and Suresh Raina (24) took the score to 100. Raina was out for a total of 111 after putting one four and three sixes in 18 balls. Du Plessis had completed his half-century as soon as he was on his wicket. Du Plessis scored 50 runs off 41 balls with the help of four fours and a six. Patel took the most three wickets from Bangalore.