CSK under pressure after three losses, Punjab Kings won by 54 runs as spinners shine

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In Yesterday’s IPL 2022 match, the Punjab Kings defeated the Chennai Super Kings by 54 runs at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. After losing the toss, Punjab Kings set a challenging 180 runs in 9 wickets but in response, CSK’s batters struggled because of the stunning performance by Punjab Kings spinners and folded up for 126 runs in 18 overs.

Chennai got away to a terrible start in their run after, falling over to 27 for 4 at the last of the powerplay. Ruturaj Gaikwand’s poor performance continued as he borderline Kagiso Rabada in the initial slip. Post that, Arora had his second wicket immediately when Moeen Ali when scraped a length of the ball covering off back onto the stumps. Skipper Ravindra Jadeja also pulled one back onto the stumps to leave CSK into pieces. The left-hander tried to knock a length delivery from Arshdeep Singh but the ball hit his thigh pad and bounce onto the stumps. 

Following a terrible confusion with Shikhar Dhawan, the Sri Lankan Rajapaksa was helpless in the middle of the pitch. He attempted to get back to the crease at the striker’s end but the fielder missed the stumps. Although, a supple Dhoni controlled the ball and jumped forward to catch Rajapaksa short of his furrow. Ravindra Jadeja resumed with the pacemakers and the Punjab Kings Ravindra Jadeja continued with the pacer and the PBKS beat brutally pound him.

The fifth over of the innings started with a 108-meter maximum joined over deep mid-on and ended with another packed delivery set in motion in the same command.In the middle of the Livingstone struck the bowler for three fours as Punjab conducts their fifty in 4.5 overs.

In the upcoming overs, Dhawan beats Bravo for two fours and a sic as Punjab Kings ended the revolt at 72.  Nevertheless, the collaboration was broken in the same over and CSK was defeated at the hands of Punjab.

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