Rajasthan Royals started off with a victory in the Jhandian Premier League (IPL) by defeating Chennai Super Kings by 16 runs here on Tuesday, despite the stormy attitude of Faf Duplesey’s last moments thanks to Sanju Samson’s fiery innings and superb wicketkeeping.
Samson scored 74 runs off just 32 balls keeping the spinners on target, including nine sixes and a four.
He and Steve Smith (47 balls 269, four fours, four sixes) added 121 runs for the second wicket. Jofer Archer Nelungi Ngidi’s
In the last over, scoring four sixes, scored an unbeaten 27 off only eight balls and took the Royals score to 216 for seven wickets. Ipleci scored 72 from 37 balls, including one four and seven sixes, for Chennai, who won the opening match against Mumbai Indians by five wickets.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 29 not out off 17 balls with the help of three sixes, but his team finally managed to reach 200 runs for six wickets. Samson took two catches in addition to two stumps,
while leg-spinner Rahul Tewatia took three wickets for 37 runs. Shane Watson (33 off 21 balls) and Murali Vijay (21 off 21 balls) added 56 for the first wicket but both of them could not draw their innings long.
Dhoni disappointed on umpire’s decision to change
Disappointed over the decision of the umpire, Dhoni was disappointed by Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni against the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) match here on Tuesday due to the on-field umpire changing his decision.
The umpire sought help from the third umpire after giving the batsman out, in which his decision was changed. Dhoni was not happy with the umpires’ decision to take a review despite Rajasthan Kipari being dismissed in the 18th over.
On-field umpire C Shamsuddin was dismissed after Deepak Chahar was caught by wicketkeeper Dhoni. After talking to leg umpire Vineet Kulkarni, Shamsuddin realized his mistake and asked for help from the third umpire.
Samson hit fifty off 19 balls, hit nine sixes
Sanju Samson played the highest 74 and captain Steve 491 Smith played 69 runs. Smith smashed
Veeran’s and Sanju Samson put their 1st slip. Smith was also partnered with Samson, a Shwe player who fettled on 19 balls and Sanju became the second. Shanwar Chhayakajara during his fairy
Rajasthan and Chennai cricketers hit 35 sixes, which is a record
New Record: Opening between Mumbai-Chennai
The Match was watched by 200 million viewers on TV in a record number of viewers for the opening match of the New Delhi Indian Premier League (IPL) season-13.
The tournament is being played between the coronaviruses in the UAE without an audience. The first match was played between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians in Abu Dhabi. CSK won this match by 5 wickets.
A record of 200 million people watched this match on TV. According to this information by BCCI Secretary Jai Shah, the figure of 20 crores is the highest according to the number of people watching the opening match of any game in the world.
This data was shared by BARC Gaya. Tagged BCCI President Saurabh Ganguly on Twitter, wrote that a new record has been set.