The emotional side of the Indian Premier League, the Chennai Super Kings, fell to their fourth straight defeat with a 50-75 tackle by young Abhishek Sharma leading the Sunrisers Hyderabad to their first eight-goal win. them in this version of the tournament. The 21-year-old Sharma hit his opponent with the flaming first IPL in half a century equipped with a 5-pin and 3-foot-6, allowing the Sunrisers to easily chase 155 goals with 14 spare balls. CSK now must win at least eight of their remaining 10 games to reach the magic number of 16 points, which for the past few years has been the limit for play-off spots.
The left-hander from Punjab, who was bought by the Sunrisers for Rs 6.5 crore in auction, led India to the 2016 AFC U-19 Championship, before being replaced as captain by Prithvi Shaw a few months before U-19 2018. World Cup.
This is the Sunrisers’ first win at this IPL, after losing to Rajasthan Royals and Lucknow Super Giants in their previous matches.
CSK lost to Kolkata Knight Riders, Lucknow Super Giants and Punjab Kings in their first three games.
On a slow pitch, Sharma drew on pressure from captain Kane Williamson (32 of 40 tackles), who played second to the youngster in top form after failing to score a big goal. in the previous two matches.
Williamson finished 13th to left-hander Mukesh Choudhary’s bowling throw (1/30) after sharing the opening 89th place with Sharma, who also fell in the 18th match against Dwayne Bravo (1/29) with Sunrisers just 10 runs.
Then Rahul Tripathi (39 balls zero out of 15) made sure that there weren’t any hiccups in the race. He glanced at Bravo for the touchline to finish the chase in style.
Sharma was dropped when Ravindra Jadeja entered 62 games in Bravo’s bowling match but then CSK lost the match. The Sunrisers needed 47 runs from six passes with nine sticks in hand.
Sharma beat Mukesh Choudhary by six in the next round and Tripathi then joined the group with a maximum score and four losing to Chris Jordan in round 17 to make it an unrivalled competition.
All six of CSK’s pitchers ran, with Jordan leaking the most, 34 from his three passes and also failing..
Before that, Moeen Ali scored the highest with 35 48 balls to lead CSK to 154 to seven after being asked to hit the ball first.
Skipper Ravindra Jadeja (23 of 15 balls) played a bit of a late game to assist CSK after they lost a few shots in a pile.
Robin Uthappa (15) was dropped by Washington Sundar (2/21) on the outfield hitter’s first hit, when the last hitter missed a catch while making a tagline sweep.
Conceding 25 times in their first three passes, SRH got back into the game and things turned for the better with T Natarajan (2/30) in attack while bowling left winger Ruturaj Gaikwad (16).
At 36 years old for two of 5.1 rounds, CSK is in a precarious position and they need a partnership, and duo Moeen Ali and Ambati Rayudu (27 years old) answered the call with third place. is 62 runs.
Close to 100 and with several more shots to reach a pitch where the ball seemed to stop, CSK was well positioned as Rayudu left the field after contributing a part to rebuilding the half.
However, Williamson’s gamble to bring in Markram caused CSK to lose the fourth hand at 108 in the 15th round.
In a light dismissal, Natarajan counted Shivam Dube as the defending champions lost three goals in a row.
Two passes later, even the great Mahendra Singh Dhoni (3) is back in the dugout, with CSK struggling 122 to six with 15 balls left to add to their total.
Topics covered in this article