Kieron Pollard, the substitute captain of the Mumbai Indians (MI), was disappointed by his batting performance next to him. After limiting the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to a decent total, MI faltered in their pursuit.
At the awards ceremony after the game, Pollard expressed regret for the lack of partners and anchors, which meant that the team could not stick to the end.
“We must have a partnership. In hindsight, you can do many things in different ways. After losing 20 times, I think this is the difference.Finally gave too much with the ball. “
“We could have learned from their mistakes in losing too many wickets in strong games. We need someone to hit the ball. We have a few soft dismissals. Can’t let this happen at this level, but we still have six games to play,“Pollard said.
CSK led by MS Dhoni topped the list with 20 consecutive victories
CSK had a poor start and lost four wickets in Powerplay. However, Ruturaj Guquad From the first round earlier this year, his form has been extended, and finally his team scored the highest score with an unbeaten record of 58 goals and 88*. He found capable allies in Ravindra Jadeja and Dwayne Bravo.
Since the court is on the slower side, the goal of 157 will be tricky. Although Quinton de Kock had a good start, his dismissal triggered a mass defeat for MI. Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan look uneven, while rookie Anmolpreet Singh is helpless.
MI eventually lost the game by a 20-point advantage, and Gekvard deservedly brought home the best candidate for the game. This is the perfect start CSK is looking for, as they returned to the top of the list with six victories in eight games.
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