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The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) were back to winning ways in the TATA  IPL

The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) were back to winning ways in the TATA IPL

Cricket, IPL
The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) were back to winning ways in the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 after registering a victory against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by 13 runs on Wednesday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. Harshal Patel’s three crucial wickets helped RCB successfully defend the score after Mahipal Lomror’s quick-fire 42(27) piloted the side to 173/8 in the first innings. Chasing 174, CSK openers – Ruturaj Gaikwad and Devon Conway started cautiously and CSK were 25-0 after 4 overs. Both Conway and Gaikwad were on the move with 3 fours and two sixes as the fifty partnership was up for the opening wicket. CSK were 51-0 after 6 overs. Shahbaz Ahmed put an end to the dangerous partnership after Gaikwad was caught by Prabhudessai. CSK were...
The Punjab Kings bounced back in the TATA Indian Premier League

The Punjab Kings bounced back in the TATA Indian Premier League

Cricket, IPL
The Punjab Kings (PBKS) bounced back in the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 with a victory against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by 11 runs on Monday at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In his 200th IPL game, Shikhar Dhawan blazed with the bat and scored an unbeaten 88*(59) before PBKS clinched a 11-run victory in yet another last-over finish. Chasing a target of 188, CSK lost Robin Uthappa’s wicket early after the opener was caught inside the circle off Sandeep Sharma’s bowling. Ruturaj Gaikwad struck two fours before Arshdeep Singh knocked Mitchell Santner’s stumps as CSK were 32-2 at the end of the powerplay. Shivam Dube was the next batter to be dismissed after the left-handed batter inside—edged the ball onto the stumps against Rishi Dhawan. The 9th over produced 13 ru...
IPL 2022: Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians – Preview

IPL 2022: Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians – Preview

Cricket, IPL
Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians face-off in the 33rd match of IPL 2022 at DY Patil stadium in Mumbai on Thursday (April 21). The last time these two teams faced off was in the IPL 2021, where the Men in Yellow came out on top after a spectacular innings from Ruturaj Gaikwad (88*) and a fiery spell from Dwayne Bravo (3-25) powered the Super Kings to a 20-run victory. Post the last game against the Gujarat Titans, skipper Ravindra Jadeja had said: "We started brilliantly. First six overs were good as a bowling unit, but credit goes to Miller, who played some good cricket shots. When we were batting, the wicket was gripping and the ball was holding, so we thought 169 was a par score." After six games in the tournament, all-rounder Shivam Dube has scored the most runs for the S...
Super Auction: Check out the new Super Kings

Super Auction: Check out the new Super Kings

Cricket, Trending
Some familiar faces from the Super batch of 2021, and some fresh entries. The Super Kings completed their squad on Day 2 of the Player Auction for IPL 2022. Here's a quick look at the new Super Kings in the squad for 2022. Tushar Deshpande A fast bowler from Mumbai, Tushar has played five IPL matches so far. He has played 31 T20s picking up 44 wickets, and was a net bowler for the Super Kings last year. Shivam Dube The medium pace bowling all-rounder has played 13 T20Is for India apart from 24 matches in IPL. His reaction: "I'm really excited to be a part of this big franchise. And yes, always a dream to play under Mahi bhai. Whistle podu!" Maheesh Theekshana The 21-year-old Sri Lankan 'mystery' spinner has played 11 T20Is picking up 9 wickets at an economy rate of 6.4...
Super Auction Updates: Bravo, Uthappa, Rayudu are Yellove again!

Super Auction Updates: Bravo, Uthappa, Rayudu are Yellove again!

Breaking News, Cricket, Trending
RETAINED PLAYERS MS Dhoni A legend of world cricket, MS Dhoni is the only international captain to win all three ICC global trophies – the World T20 in 2007, the Cricket World Cup (50-over) in 2011 and the Champions Trophy in 2013. His record as all-time skipper of the Chennai Super Kings in IPL is equally stunning – four crowns, nine finals, playoffs in every season except one. All this, apart from leading the team to two Champions League T20 trophies in 2010 and 2014. The wicketkeeper-batsman had a stellar international career from 2004 to 2019, where he amassed more than 17000 runs across three formats. It included 10773 runs in ODIs, where he averaged in excess of 50. The Super Kings captain has played 220 IPL matches, scoring 4746 runs including 23 half-centuries. Ravindra Ja...