New Delhi. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings are the 2 most successful teams of IPL. Where Mumbai won the title 5 times. At the same time, CSK won the trophy 4 times. The match was played between Mumbai and Chennai on 12 May. MS Dhoni’s team could not perform anything special in this match. Batting first, Chennai’s team was all out for 97 runs. Mumbai defeated CSK by 5 wickets in the match. After this defeat, CSK’s hopes of going to the playoffs ended. Yuvraj Singh trolled Suresh Raina regarding the match. Whose video is going viral on social media.
In the match played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Rohit Sharma won the toss and fielded first. Out to bat, the start of CSK’s team was not good. Chennai batsmen were seen struggling in front of the fast bowlers of Mumbai. Chennai lost wickets at regular intervals. At one time five wickets had fallen for Chennai’s 29 runs. After this, Dhoni and Bravo shared 39 runs to take the team to 97 runs. Bravo was dismissed after scoring 12 runs while Dhoni played an unbeaten 36. The entire team of CSK was all out after scoring 97 runs in 16 overs. After which Yuvraj trolled Raina.
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Yuvraj trolled Raina
A video is going viral on social media. In which Yuvraj Singh is enjoying the former CSK player Suresh Raina. Yuvraj is saying in the video that “Raina, your team is all out for 97 runs today, what would you like to say”. During this, Suresh Raina gave a very funny answer. He said “I was not in that match.”
Mumbai beat by 5 wickets
Mumbai completed the target of 98 runs in 14.5 overs to win. At one point, 4 wickets fell for 33 runs for Mumbai. Then it seemed that CSK would make a comeback. But Tilak Verma, Hrithik Shokin and Tim David did not let any untoward happen. These three players batted intelligently and gave Mumbai victory. Tilak Verma played an innings of 34 not out. At the same time, Hrithik was dismissed after scoring 18 runs. While Tim David remained not out after scoring 16 runs.
FIRST PUBLISHED : May 13, 2022, 16:13 IST