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Lucknow Super Giants Vs Chennai Super Kings Cricket Match 2022 Highlights

  • The Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) secured their first victory of the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 in style by beating the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by 6 wickets on Thursday at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. 
  • The Super Giants emerged victorious in a monumental chase of 211 as Evin Lewis’ enthralling unbeaten innings of 55*(23) led LSG to their first victory of the season.
  • The Lucknow Super Giants made one change from their previous game – Andrew Tye replaced Mohsin Khan in the eleven.
  • With a herculean task of chasing a target of 211, LSG openers started on a confident note as both – de Kock and skipper KL Rahul played some audacious strokes at the top. 
  • The boundaries came in plenty as the fifty partnership was up for the opening wicket and de Kock was dropped by Moeen Ali inside the circle in the 6th over as LSG were placed at 55/0 at the end of powerplay. 
  • Rahul smacked a maximum to bring up the hundredth six of the season and the LSG openers were striking at ten an over, with runs flowing easily off the bat of de Kock and the Super Giants skipper. 
  • de Kock crossed his fifty in the tenth over, bowled by Bravo, which produced only 8 runs. LSG were 98 without the loss of any wicket after 10 overs.
  • Dwaine Pretorius brought CSK back into the game by dismissing the LSG skipper, who was caught, thanks to a sharp running catch in the deep by Rayudu. Manish Pandey was the next man to depart after he was caught at mid-off by Bravo off Tushar Deshpande’s bowling.
  • After a temporary slump in run-scoring, LSG struck 15 off the 14th over, courtesy of Evin Lewis’ six and a four but CSK got the all-important wicket of de Kock. 
  • Deepak Hooda joined Evin Lewis and the duo collectively smacked two sixes and three fours before Dwayne Bravo dismissed Hooda to become the all-time leading wicket taker in the history of the tournament.
  • With 34 required off the final two overs, Evin Lewis and young Ayush Badoni hammered 25 runs in the penultimate over which included 2 sixes and 2 fours. 
  • Ayush Badoni sealed the chase in style with a maximum to power the Super Giants to their first-ever victory in the tournament. 
  • Earlier, the Chennai Super Kings, who were asked to bat first, made three changes to their line-up, with Moeen Ali, Dwaine Pretorius and Mukesh Choudhary being named in the eleven. 
  • Robin Uthappa kicked off the CSK innings with two sublime shots for four as the Super Kings scored 14 off the first over, bowled by Avesh Khan.
  • A brilliant presence of mind and great fielding effort from Ravi Bishnoi produced the first wicket for LSG after Ruturaj Gaikwad was run out for 1. 
  • Uthappa single-handedly dominated the powerplay by smashing the ball all around the park with his pure timing and hit eight fours and a six.
  • The opener was then joined by explosive left-handed batter Moeen Ali, who played some cracking shots early in his innings as CSK were off to a flyer, scoring 73-1 after 6 overs. 
  • Uthappa’s dangerous knock of 50 off just 27 deliveries came to an end after the right-handed batter was trapped lbw by Ravi Bishnoi. 
  • CSK sailed past hundred runs in the 10th over after Shivam Dube, who joined Moeen Ali, creamed three fours against Dushmantha Chameera.             
  • Moeen Ali was cleaned up by Avesh Khan’s full-length delivery in the 11th over. Shivam Dube along with Ambati Rayudu, who was the new man to the crease continued the flow of runs, with Dube doing the majority of the striking. 
  • With five overs to go, Rayudu clubbed a giant six against Krunal Pandya as the fifty partnership was up for the fourth wicket. 
  • Bishnoi struck at the right time for LSG to dismiss the dangerous Rayudu, who was bowled for 27. 
  • Skipper Jadeja joined Dube, who smacked a monstrous six in the 18th over that nearly went out of the ground. The left-handed batter fell one short of his fifty after he was caught to a fine catch in the deep by Evin Lewis.
  • The former CSK skipper MS Dhoni hammered his first delivery for a six to the off-side followed by a four in the penultimate over. 
  • Pacer Andrew Tye dismissed skipper Jadeja and Dwaine Pretorius on consecutive deliveries but Dhoni wrapped the innings with a four as CSK posted a commanding total of 210/7. 
  • Brief ScoresLucknow Super Giants 211-4 (Quinton de Kock 61, Evin Lewis 55*; Dwaine Pretorius 2-31) beat Chennai Super Kings 210-7  (Robin Uthappa 50, Shivam Dube 49; Ravi Bishnoi 2-24) by 6 wickets.

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Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Kolkata Knight Riders Highlights 2022

  • The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) secured their first victory of the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 by beating the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by 3 wickets on Wednesday at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. 
  • A stellar bowling performance by RCB, spearheaded by Wanindu Hasaranga’s four-wicket haul restricted KKR to 128 before useful lower-order contributions from RCB batters took them over the line in a final-over thriller.
  • RCB, who were chasing 129 runs for victory, remained unchanged from their previous game. Umesh Yadav continued his fine form from the last game and dismissed Anuj Rawat for a duck in the first over of the innings.
  • The Royal Challengers lost both their openers after skipper du Plessis was caught inside the circle. Virat Kohli, who came in at number 3, hit two glorious fours but was soon dismissed after the former RCB skipper was caught behind off Yadav’s bowling.
  • At the end of powerplay, RCB were 3 down for 36, with David Willey and Sherfane Rutherford at the crease. 
  • Fifty was up for RCB in the 8th over as the batting duo released some pressure by attacking spinner Varun Chakaravarthy, who was hit for a four and six each.  
  • The Challengers were 59-3 at the end of ten overs as Willey and Rutherford played some risk-free cricket and kept the runs ticking. 
  • Narine brought KKR back into the game by dismissing Willey, who got out to a soft dismissal.
  • Shahbaz Ahmed, who was promoted up the order, proved his striking ability by hammering two sixes against Russell to push things back in RCB’s favour. 
  • RCB required 36 runs off the final five overs. The 100 was up for RCB after Shahbaz smacked a maximum against Chakaravarthy but the right-handed batter was stumped on the very next delivery. 
  • With 24 required off the final three overs, there was another twist in the tale after Tim Southee struck twice in the over to dismiss Rutherford and Wanindu Hasaranga.  
  • Harshal Patel hit two decisive fours in the penultimate over before Dinesh Karthik wrapped the chase in style with a six and a four.
  • Earlier, the Knight Riders, who were put in to bat first, made one change from their first game – Tim Southee replaced Shivam Mavi in the side. Openers – Venkatesh Iyer and Ajinkya Rahane made a cautious start to the innings, with 14 runs coming in the first three overs. 
  • RCB capitalised on their fine start to dismiss Venkatesh Iyer, who was caught and bowled by Akash Deep in the fourth over.  
  • KKR skipper Shreyas Iyer, who joined Rahane, creamed two fours to kick-off his innings. Mohammed Siraj dismissed Rahane after the right-handed batter was caught in the deep by Shahbaz Ahmed, who took an easy catch. 
  • Nitish Rana began his innings in style by smacking a four and a six each against Akash Deep but the pacer bounced back to dismiss the left-handed batter, thanks to a fine running catch from David Willey and KKR were 44-3 at the end of 6 overs.
  • Troubles grew further for the Knight Riders as captain Iyer was caught by du Plessis at long-on against Hasaranga’s bowling. 
  • Sam Billings and Sunil Narine were the two new batters out in the middle. Narine started aggressively by smacking a four and six each against Akash Deep. Billings followed Narine and hit a maximum over mid-wicket.
  • Hasaranga claimed two wickets in consecutive deliveries to send Narine and Sheldon Jackson back to the pavilion. While Narine was caught inside the circle, Jackson was bamboozled by the spinner in the 9th over. 
  • The dangerous Andre Russell walked in to bat, with KKR reeling at 76/6 at the half-way stage as the right-handed batter announced his arrival in grand fashion after he thumped a four and six each. 
  • Harshal Patel got into the act with a rare wicket-maiden over by picking the wicket of Sam Billings, who was caught by Virat Kohli in the deep. However, Russell had no intentions of backing down as the explosive batter clubbed two giant sixes against Shahbaz Ahmed. 
  • An explosive knock of 25 by Russell came to an end after he was caught behind off the bowling of Harshal Patel, who delivered an impressive wicket-maiden for the second consecutive time. 
  • Tim Southee was Hasaranga’s fourth victim after a mistimed shot was safely caught by du Plessis at long-on. Umesh Yadav and Varun Chakravarthy added valuable 27 runs for the final wicket before Yadav was cleaned up by Akash Deep in the penultimate over. The Knight Riders ended up posting a total of 128 on the board. 
  • Brief ScoresRoyal Challengers Bangalore 132-7 (Sherfane Rutherford 28, Shahbaz Ahmed 27; Tim Southee 3-20) beat Kolkata Knight Riders 128 (Andre Russell 25, Umesh Yadav 18; Wanindu Hasaranga 4-20) by 3 wickets.

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