The Chennai Super Kings, led by Dhoni, and the Mumbai Indians, led by Pollard, clashed in the first match of the second half of the IPL series in the United Arab Emirates. Chennai won the toss and elected to bat first, losing 4 wickets for 6 runs in 6 overs
Will CSK attack up to 20 overs because of this? CSK were bowled out for 156 in 20 overs by opener Rudraj Kejriwal. Keyquad, who was unbeaten until the final, scored 88 runs.
Following that, the Mumbai Indians played with a target of 157 for victory and scored only 136 runs for the loss of 8 wickets at the end of 20 overs. Due to this, Chennai beat Mumbai by 20 runs.
At one point the CSK team lost four wickets for 24 runs while batting and of course the Chennai team went on to win again, much to the delight of the fans who were expecting the situation to be abysmal.