Scored 87 runs off 24 balls, the most feared player of IPL was on target, narrowly saved the big record


Chennai batter had opened the threads of Punjab bowlers
The team’s score reached 100 runs in just six overs.

New Delhi. Mr. IPL Suresh Raina was the batsman who created ruckus with his innings in IPL. It is a matter of the second qualifier of IPL of the year 2014. The Punjab team, which came out to bat first, put 226 runs on the board. Virender Sehwag’s 122 runs were also included in this. Now Chennai Super Kings had to score 227 runs to win the match. Chasing a mountain-like score, Chennai’s start was very disappointing and the team’s top batsman Faf du Plessis was dismissed on his very first ball without opening an account. Then the team’s score was one wicket for one run.

After this, Mr. IPL came on the field. He took the news of the bowlers fiercely with his bat. When the powerplay ended, the team’s score was 100 runs for two wickets. In this, 87 runs came out of Raina’s bat. That too in just 24 balls. Chris Gayle’s record of hitting a century in 30 balls was now in danger. Seeing the manner in which Raina was batting, it did not seem difficult to break this record. However, something happened in the meantime that everyone was shocked to see.

Australian player spoiled the party
Meanwhile, on the next ball, Australian player George Bailey’s throw uprooted the wicket when Suresh Raina was outside the crease. That is, he got run out. In this way, this stormy innings ended, Chris Gayle’s record was also saved.

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Even after scoring 100 runs in 6 overs, Chennai Super Kings could not maintain this rhythm and lost the match by 24 runs. Suresh Raina played a total of 205 matches in his IPL career and scored 5528 runs. During this, his average was more than 32 and the strike rate was above 136. Suresh Raina, who has won Chennai on many occasions with his all-round game, is called Mr. IPL for this reason.

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