IPL 2019 DC vs CSK: Chennai Super Kings beat Delhi Capitals by 6 Wickets

IPL 2019 DC vs CSK: Chennai Super Kings beat Delhi Capitals by 6 Wickets

An all-around effort by the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) gave him a six-wicket win over Delhi capitals (DC) in Feroze Shah Kotla of Delhi. Chasing 148 runs, Shane Watson started a flight to CSK. However, after Ishant Sharma's dismissal, the team lost Ambati Rayudu by 5 runs inexpensively. Watson then added 52 runs for the second wicket with Suresh Raina. Amit Mishra broke the partnership when he dismissed Watson for 44 (4 fours, 3 sixes). As soon as Mishra hit again, Raina followed. He played a fast inning of just 30 runs in 16 balls. His innings included 4 fours and one six. After this, Captain MS Dhoni (32 not out, 2 fours and 1 six) and Kedar Jadhav shared a 48-run partnership and entered the CSK's home. But Kagiso Rabada dismissed Jadhav for 27 (2 chops). Needing just two runs for victory, Dwayne Bravo hit a four by knocking down things as CSK successfully chased down the target with 2 balls remaining. This IPL is the second consecutive win of CSK in 2019 because they climb to the top of the points table. Batting first, winning the toss, the Delhi capitals scored 147/6 in Shikhar Dhawan's superb 20 overs.



With the help of best bowling from Dwayne Bravo (33/3), Chennai Super Kings stopped Delhi Capitals on 147 for six in the fifth edition of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019, held at Ferozshah Kotla ground. Gave. Chennai Super Kings defeated Delhi Capitals by six wickets with a target of 19.4. In the 12th edition of IPL, Chennai have consistently won in their second match. Earlier, in the opening match, Chennai had defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore, who were captained by Virat Kohli.



Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals UPDATES:

11. 36 PM: Chennai Super Kings won the match after winning the match in 19.4 overs. Let us know that Delhi, which is at the bottom of the first league, has made a winning start in the league much later. The team beat the three-time champions Mumbai Indians by 37 runs on their home ground in their first match on Sunday. Delhi will have to be cautious of Chennai captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who had defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets in the inaugural match of the league and in their first match on Saturday, Virat Kohli.

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