CSK vs MI highlights: Verma put the ’tilak’ of victory, Chennai out of the tournament after losing to Mumbai

New Delhi: In the IPL on Thursday night, Mumbai Indians somehow won in the low scoring match. Chennai Super Kings bowlers put up a great fight after making their second low total of the tournament. He put all his might to save the total of 97 runs, but Tilak Verma (34 not out) saved Mumbai’s honor. With this defeat, Chennai Super Kings have also been completely out of the race for the playoffs. The journey of five-time champion Mumbai was already over.

Once upon a time Mumbai was also in trouble.
Four-time champions Chennai Super Kings were reduced to their second lowest score in IPL history, aiming to win at any cost against five-time champions Mumbai to keep their playoff hopes alive. In response, Mumbai Indians were also seen in trouble at one time. In five overs, the team had lost its four big wickets within 33 runs, but Tilak Verma, considered to be the find of the season, kept one end and returned only to win the team.

Powercut got it done
In this match played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, as much as Mumbai’s pacer Daniel Sams (3/16) played an important role in reducing Chennai to 97, Powercut also played an equally important role. The DRS facility was not available due to the power cut on the field and the Chennai batsmen did not get the option of review till the first 1.4 overs. In these first 10 balls, Chennai lost three wickets, after which the process of falling wickets did not stop and the team was all out on the score of 97. In the powerplay itself, Chennai had lost their five wickets and they were in danger of being reduced to their lowest score (79) in IPL history, but in such a situation, the team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni took one end and did a little respect for the team. collected. Dhoni returned to the not out pavilion after scoring 36 runs off 33 balls. After him, the biggest contribution to the team’s total was from Mumbai, who gave a total of 15 extras.