IPL 2018 MATCH 5: CSK vs KKR sixes challenging match | CSK beat KKR by 5 wickets
Chennai: The Chennai Super Kings chased 200 runs in the hit innings. Shane Watson (42 from 19 balls, 3 sixes) and Sam Bills (56 from 23 balls, 2 fours, and 5 sixes), Ambati Rayudu (39 from 26 balls, 3 fours, and 2 sixes) in the IPL league match against Kolkata Knight Riders The team hit 203 target. KKR team bat first, Andre Russell (88 not out off 1, 11 sixes) was the most successful innings. Captain Dinesh Karthik (26 from 25 balls, 2 fours and 1 six). In the 20 overs, the team made 202 runs for 6 wickets.
10 sixes in 27 balls interval
Earlier, openers Sunil Narine (12 off 4 balls and 2 sixes) and Lynn (22; 4 fours in 16 balls) the only batsmen in the first over. Harbhajan took the Narine wicket in the second over, while Robin Uthappa (29 from 16 balls, 2 fours, and three sixes) with a good run-rate. Lynn, Nitish Rana (16) and Rinku Singh (2) continued with the score at 89/5. At this stage, Karthik and Russell played the game. Bravo’s bowling in the 14th over. In that over, Russell scored 10 runs with six. In Thakur bowling in the 15th and 19th over Russell hit 2 six’s in each over, and Bravo’s 16th and 18th over Russell hit 3 six’s in each over, Total he has hit 10 sixes in 27 balls.
With the three men
Watson and Rayudu scored 75 runs in 5.5 overs in the 5th over, with Chennai starting off. Raina (14) and Dhoni (25 from 28 balls, 1 four and 1 six) and Billings scored 56 in 23 balls with powerful shots. At 19 runs in 9 balls, Tom Curran took Billings wicket. The equation was 17 runs from 6 balls and the last over bowled by Vinay Kumar. Jadeja finished with six in the fifth ball. Man of the match Sam Billings.
Shoe On du Plessis
The Cauvery river water board raised concerns stalled the match for some time. The toss was delayed by 13 minutes. The stadium surrounding the police allowed ticket holder to watch the match. A man in the stadium threw a boot on the du Plessis. The people slogans on Cauvery controversy. They were arrested by police.