Champions League Twenty20 - Group B

Chennai Super Kings v Yorkshire

Chennai Super Kings won by 4 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)

Andrew Gale and Adam Lyth are the Yorkshire openers. R Ashwin will open the bowling for Chennai.

Justin: "Its a dead rubber right - why not put some players in the side that could use the experience."

1.20 pm KK: "Inclusion of Badrinath still puzzles me. He is OK for a long format but continuing to give him more chances is being unfair to Yo Mahesh and others."

Cris: "@PDTM: I don't think you can read too much into these performances. CSK won the 2010 CLT20 in South Africa mainly due to Ashwin, Raina and Vijay. Ashwin's bowling form has hurt them very badly. If Kulasekara and Jakati had played instead of Albie and Jadeja, CSK would have qualified."

Rob: "Any discussion at all about Yorkshire pre-match or is this the usual Chennai forum? Please guys, a bit of impartiality ..." Go for it, Rob, keep them coming.

Toss, 1.00 pm Suresh Raina is captaining Chennai, MS Dhoni is playing but not leading the side. Raina's chosen to bowl; he says he'll definitely give Dhoni a couple of overs. The Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale said David Miller has replaced Phil Jaques. Miller was off playing for the Dolphins in South Africa's first-class competition.

Sriraman: "Any idea why Suresh is leading the side?" Just to give Dhoni a break, by the sounds of it.

Graeme: "@PDTM, true, that and a continued belief that Albie Morkel is anything more than a 6th/7th bowler."

12.50 pm It's dead-rubber Monday in Durban, where the weather is fair at the moment, though there is a 50% chance of rain according to some forecasts. Chennai Super Kings and Yorkshire play the first game at Kingsmead. Both teams are already out of the tournament.

The Super Kings beat Mumbai Indians in their previous game to earn their first win of the Champions League; Yorkshire are still looking for their first success. Here's the preview to the game.

Firdose Moonda, our reporter in Kingsmead, assessed Yorkshire's performance in the Champions League and said they were richer for the experience.

PDTM: "CSK's weakness in this tournament has been their Indian players. They have many promising young(ish) players, but they continue to be found out outside the subcontinent, exactly as they have been in Test cricket recently."

0.1

Ashwin to Gale, no run, bowled into the left-hander from round the wicket, the batsman stays in his crease and punches to cover

0.2

Ashwin to Gale, 1 run, he tries to drive to cover but gets an inside edge towards short fine leg, Lyth calls Gale through for a quick single

0.3

Ashwin to Lyth, 1 run, bowled slowly around off stump, the batsman defends but gets an outside edge past first slip

0.4

Ashwin to Gale, no run, tries to work the ball towards square but gets hit on the pad

0.5

Ashwin to Gale, no run, left alone outside the off stump

0.6

Ashwin to Gale, no run, defended on the back foot to point

End of over 1 (2 runs) Yorkshire 2/0 (RR: 2.00)
AW Gale    1* (5b)      R Ashwin    1-0-2-0
A Lyth    1* (1b)     

1.1

Bollinger to Lyth, no run

1.2

Bollinger to Lyth, no run, length and wide of off stump again, Lyth tries to cut that, gets an under edge

1.3

Bollinger to Lyth, 1 run, short of a length, outside off stump, glided to third man

1.4

Bollinger to Gale, no run, full, wide swinging away and the batsman misses

1.5

Bollinger to Gale, 1 run, Gale backs away and Bollinger goes for the stumps. His fullish delivery is edged aerially, but safely to third man

1.6

Bollinger to Lyth, no run, full and honing in on the stumps, defended into the off side

End of over 2 (2 runs) Yorkshire 4/0 (RR: 2.00)
A Lyth    2* (5b)      DE Bollinger    1-0-2-0
AW Gale    2* (7b)      R Ashwin    1-0-2-0

Wriddhiman Saha is keeping wicket for Chennai Super Kings

2.1

Ashwin to Gale, 2 runs, the batsman comes down the pitch and chips that over the leg side to the deep fielder

2.2

Ashwin to Gale, FOUR, short, and Gale rocks back to cut that through a packed off side field for four

2.3

Ashwin to Gale, no run, full, turning away and defended

2.4

Ashwin to Gale, 1 run, length ball, Gale goes back and works that into the leg side

2.5

Ashwin to Lyth, FOUR, makes room, and smashes a fullish, straight delivery over the covers to the fence

2.6

Ashwin to Lyth, FOUR, swept, but it's a top edge. Square leg and short fine leg go after it, and it's Dhoni who dives and tries to reel it in, but can't prevent a four

End of over 3 (15 runs) Yorkshire 19/0 (RR: 6.33)
A Lyth    10* (7b 2x4)      R Ashwin    2-0-17-0
AW Gale    9* (11b 1x4)      DE Bollinger    1-0-2-0

3.1

Bollinger to Gale, 1 wide, short and wide, moving away as well at 82mph.

3.1

Bollinger to Gale, 1 wide, Bollinger tries to angle this into the stumps but is too far down the leg side. Two wayward balls to start with

3.1

Bollinger to Gale, no run, short of a length, the batsman gets behind that and defends it just outside off stump.

3.2

Bollinger to Gale, no run, length ball, at the stumps, Gale backs away and swats at that but can't get it past point

3.3

Bollinger to Gale, SIX, short ball, wide of off and at 128kph, that sits up nicely for Gale. He rocks back and smokes that over midwicket. Just clears the boundary

3.4

Bollinger to Gale, no run, short and outside off again, but it moves away and beats the bat

3.5

Bollinger to Gale, 1 run, short and at the body, worked off the waist into the leg side

3.6

Bollinger to Lyth, no run, shortish, wide, cut away, but he only gets a toe end and the point fielder dives to his left to intercept it. Saves a four, you'd think even though it was mishit.

End of over 4 (9 runs) Yorkshire 28/0 (RR: 7.00)
A Lyth    10* (8b 2x4)      DE Bollinger    2-0-11-0
AW Gale    16* (16b 1x4 1x6)      R Ashwin    2-0-17-0

Hilfenhaus to bowl now

4.1

Hilfenhaus to Gale, no run, straight away some swing in the air. This is bending into the left hander from about off stump. Strikes the pads on about leg and there is an appeal, but it might be doing too much

4.2

Hilfenhaus to Gale, SIX, charges, and carves that over point for six. Brave shot but he's countered the swing nicely and used the length well

4.3

Hilfenhaus to Gale, no run, length ball on the stumps, defended

4.4

Hilfenhaus to Gale, no run, slightly shorter this time, on the stumps again, clipped to the leg side

4.5

Hilfenhaus to Gale, 1 run, backs away and tries to go aerial again, but gets a top edge from a fuller delivery to third man.

4.6

Hilfenhaus to Lyth, no run, length ball on off stump, Lyth gets a leading edge and it goes straight to mid off on the bounce

End of over 5 (7 runs) Yorkshire 35/0 (RR: 7.00)
A Lyth    10* (9b 2x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    1-0-7-0
AW Gale    23* (21b 1x4 2x6)      DE Bollinger    2-0-11-0

Albie Morkel comes over the wicket

5.1

Morkel to Gale, OUT, and he's got a wicket straight away. Gale backs away again, and tries to smite it over the covers, but can't control the stroke. He gets a top edge and Doug Bollinger back pedals a few metres from mid off to swallow that one comfortably

AW Gale c Bollinger b Morkel 23 (19m 22b 1x4 2x6) SR: 104.54

5.2

Morkel to Lyth, 1 run, short, and angled across the batsman, glided down to third man

Joe Root takes strike, Morkel still over the wicket

5.3

Morkel to Root, no run, full, angling into off stump, Root blocks that out to cover

5.4

Morkel to Root, no run, length ball, angled in, but leaves the batsman off the seam. Lovely ball and it beats the bat

5.5

Morkel to Root, no run, wider of off stump this time, Root gets a good stride in and pushes the length ball to cover

5.6

Morkel to Root, no run, short of a length, wide of off stump again, Root pushes at that as well, but it beats his outside edge

Micheil: "Who said Morkel was a sixth or Seventh Bowler....hope you have some HP sauce for your hat."

End of over 6 (1 run) Yorkshire 36/1 (RR: 6.00)
JE Root    0* (4b)      JA Morkel    1-0-1-1
A Lyth    11* (10b 2x4)      BW Hilfenhaus    1-0-7-0

6.1

Hilfenhaus to Lyth, OUT, and now the other opener goes. Almost identical to Gale's dismissal. Lyth backs away and tries to swat a short-of-a-length ball through the off side, but top edges it and it balloons to Murali Vijay at mid off

A Lyth c Vijay b Hilfenhaus 11 (24m 11b 2x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

Jacob is a man who knows his priorities: "CA hasn't recalled Hilfenhaus yet? Seeing as Chennai going nowhere he's just wasting time before the Tests against South Africa"

6.2

Hilfenhaus to Root, no run, short of a length, angled into the batsman, defended to the off side

6.3

Hilfenhaus to Root, FOUR, wasn't all that full, but it's driven nicely to the right of Hilfenhaus past mid on, who gives chase but can't catch up

6.4

Hilfenhaus to Root, no run, short of a length outside off, defended into the off side

6.5

Hilfenhaus to Root, 1 run, slower ball, 99 kph - almost spinners territory, the batsman reads it and knocks it wide of cover for one

Rakesh: "Great. York's batsmen are like switches. Only on or off mode. Leave the balls alone or dead bat defend them, switch to trying to hit them in outer space. No singles, no two, no trying to rotate the strike and take 4-5 singles an over."

6.6

Hilfenhaus to Miller, no run, short and at the throat, David Miller ducks his first ball.

End of over 7 (5 runs) Yorkshire 41/2 (RR: 5.85)
DA Miller    0* (1b)      BW Hilfenhaus    2-0-12-1
JE Root    5* (8b 1x4)      JA Morkel    1-0-1-1

7.1

Morkel to Root, 1 run, poor ball, short and very wide, but it moves off the seam and Root only gets a toe end. Cover sweeper is there to collect it.

7.2

Morkel to Miller, no run, angled across the left hander, slightly short of a length, defended

7.3

Morkel to Miller, no run, length ball, tighter into the stumps and moving away slightly off the seam. Knocked down into the leg side where it is fielded by short midwicket.

7.4

Morkel to Miller, 1 run, length ball outside off stump, driven on the up but kept to one by Bollinger at mid off

7.5

Morkel to Root, no run, length ball on off stump, defended to the off side

7.6

Morkel to Root, OUT, ah, you always feel unlucky as a batsman when this happens. It was short and angled down the leg side. Root tries to get some bat on it to tickle it fine, but only manages a glove and Saha dives well to the left to complete the take. Yorkshire started well but are stuttering here.

JE Root c †Saha b Morkel 6 (12m 11b 1x4 0x6) SR: 54.54

End of over 8 (2 runs) Yorkshire 43/3 (RR: 5.37)
     JA Morkel    2-0-3-2
DA Miller    1* (4b)      BW Hilfenhaus    2-0-12-1

Yorkshire have lost 3 wickets for 8 runs in the last 3 overs. Ashwin is back on, coming around the wicket.

8.1

Ashwin to Miller, 1 run, pitches outside off stump and there's some good turn away, the batsman cuts that but short cover dives to intercept it.

8.2

Ashwin to Ballance, no run, pitches on off stump and straightens, driven to mid on

8.3

Ashwin to Ballance, 2 runs, pitches on off again, but Ballance goes down and paddle sweeps that fine. Short fine leg gives chase

8.4

Ashwin to Ballance, no run, loads of turn there, really slow through the air and pitches outside off stump before breaking away sharply. Beats the outside edge

8.5

Ashwin to Ballance, no run, length ball on the stumps, defended

8.6

Ashwin to Ballance, no run, length again, straightening on about leg stump, defended

End of over 9 (3 runs) Yorkshire 46/3 (RR: 5.11)
GS Ballance    2* (5b)      R Ashwin    3-0-20-0
DA Miller    2* (5b)      JA Morkel    2-0-3-2

Stevo: "27 dot balls in 8 overs. And you wonder (or not) why Yorkshire struggle?!"

9.1

Morkel to Miller, 2 runs, shortish and on leg stump, Ballance flicks that off his thigh pad and Dhoni runs around to stop that on the deep fine leg fence. Not bad for a keeper

9.2

Morkel to Miller, 1 run, short and angled across the batsman, glided down to third man

9.3

Morkel to Ballance, no run, shortish, and on the stumps, defended to the off side where cover runs in to collect

Kapil: "Yorkshire's performance in this tournament reiterates the point that ECB should open up the T20 format of its tournament and allow at least 3-4 foreign players to make it more competitive and interesting.. otherwise their teams won't stand a chance against quality sides with international players."

9.4

Morkel to Ballance, 1 run, fullish and on the stumps, pushed wide of the bowler and it beats mid on as well but midwicket runs around to stop a second

9.5

Morkel to Miller, 1 run, nice shot for one, shortish and on leg stump, pulled authoritatively on the ground, but straight to the deep fielder

9.6

Morkel to Ballance, no run, length, pitches on middle and moves away, defended by Ballance

End of over 10 (5 runs) Yorkshire 51/3 (RR: 5.10)
GS Ballance    3* (8b)      JA Morkel    3-0-8-2
DA Miller    6* (8b)      R Ashwin    3-0-20-0

Sriram: "Suresh's captaincy is refreshing so far, at least there is some change in the bowling order." He's brought himself on now, coming around the wicket

10.1

Raina to Miller, 1 run, shortish, cut away but backward point dives to stop it

10.2

Raina to Ballance, FOUR, backs away and hammers that over cover. Not enough turn to beat the bat and Ballance read it well

10.3

Raina to Ballance, 1 run, length ball, pushed into the off side

10.4

Raina to Miller, no run, length and pitching on middle, defended

10.5

Raina to Miller, 2 runs, on the legs, whipped away to the leg side

10.6

Raina to Miller, FOUR, reverse swept and he splits the field beautifully to get four

End of over 11 (12 runs) Yorkshire 63/3 (RR: 5.72)
DA Miller    13* (12b 1x4)      SK Raina    1-0-12-0
GS Ballance    8* (10b 1x4)      JA Morkel    3-0-8-2

11.1

Morkel to Ballance, 1 run, shortish, on the stumps worked away to leg

11.2

Morkel to Miller, no run, pitches on middle but is angled away, pushed to the off side

11.3

Morkel to Miller, 1 run, slightly fuller, pushed to the left of point fielder and the batsmen scamper a single

11.4

Morkel to Ballance, 2 runs, angled across, and that length ball ends very wide. Flayed through vacant cover, but Jadeja runs around, slides and saves a boundary

11.5

Morkel to Ballance, no run, slower, 117kph, short of a length and defended to point

11.6

Morkel to Ballance, no run, another slower ball, 114kph, Ballance cuts at that but doesn't adjust to the lack of pace, gets an under edge and the ball dribbles off the wicket

End of over 12 (4 runs) Yorkshire 67/3 (RR: 5.58)
GS Ballance    11* (14b 1x4)      JA Morkel    4-0-12-2
DA Miller    14* (14b 1x4)      SK Raina    1-0-12-0

Jadeja comes on now, around the wicket as well

12.1

Jadeja to Miller, SIX, Miller runs down the track, and smashes Jadeja over long on for six first ball. Just clears the fielder and the boundary there.

12.2

Jadeja to Miller, 1 run, length ball, worked off the pads to the leg side

12.3

Jadeja to Ballance, no run, quicker through the air and thrown up wider. Defended

12.4

Jadeja to Ballance, SIX, super slog sweep, no turn there and there is plenty of length for Ballance to get under. Middles that and that is way into the bank beyond deep midwicket

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12.5

Jadeja to Ballance, 1 run, fuller and pitching just outside off stump, pushed to long on

12.6

Jadeja to Miller, 1 run, fuller again, and pushed to long on again, who attacks the ball to prevent any thoughts of a two

End of over 13 (15 runs) Yorkshire 82/3 (RR: 6.30)
DA Miller    22* (17b 1x4 1x6)      RA Jadeja    1-0-15-0
GS Ballance    18* (17b 1x4 1x6)      JA Morkel    4-0-12-2

Ashwin to bowl his last

13.1

Ashwin to Miller, 1 run, yorker looping in, the batsman digs that out to deep cover

13.2

Ashwin to Ballance, no run, quicker length ball honing into the stumps from wide out. Ballance gets over that and plays it down - the ball bounces and pops up to Saha who appeals, thinking it's hit the boot and popped back up. Aleem Dar goes upstairs, but the ball has clearly bounced on the pitch there

13.3

Ashwin to Ballance, 2 runs, rank knee-length full toss on off stump, but it's hit on the ground to deep cover

13.4

Ashwin to Ballance, 1 run, makes room, it's a fuller delivery, and he gets a top edge. Short third man runs in and dives but it bounces just short.

13.5

Ashwin to Miller, 1 bye, quicker and straighter, misses the bat and Saha can't collect either

13.6

Ashwin to Ballance, 1 run, length ball on the pads, worked to the leg side

End of over 14 (6 runs) Yorkshire 88/3 (RR: 6.28)
GS Ballance    22* (21b 1x4 1x6)      R Ashwin    4-0-25-0
DA Miller    23* (19b 1x4 1x6)      RA Jadeja    1-0-15-0

Here's the moment everyone has been waiting for. MS Dhoni is bowling around the stumps.

14.1

Dhoni to Ballance, 1 wide, And it's an atrocious wide way outside off to start

14.1

Dhoni to Ballance, 1 run, short and wide again, cut away to the deep cover sweeper

14.2

Dhoni to Miller, 1 run, 118kph, length ball outside off, knocked into the vacant gap at cover

14.3

Dhoni to Ballance, no run, shortish, but way outside off and Miller pulls that. It goes too straight though and straight to midwicket

14.4

Dhoni to Ballance, 1 run, truly rubbish bowling, but he is getting away with it. Leg cutter there, but even though it's short and wide, Miller can only manage a single to deep cover

14.5

Dhoni to Miller, 1 wide, club cricketers would be ashamed of that, way outside the tram lines on the off side

14.5

Dhoni to Miller, 1 run, shortish and outside off again, cut away to deep point

14.6

Dhoni to Ballance, 1 run, 106kph, angled in this time, pulled on the ground to the deep mid wicket fielder

End of over 15 (7 runs) Yorkshire 95/3 (RR: 6.33)
GS Ballance    25* (25b 1x4 1x6)      MS Dhoni    1-0-7-0
DA Miller    25* (21b 1x4 1x6)      R Ashwin    4-0-25-0

Hilfenhaus is back

15.1

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, 1 run, full and on the stumps, the batsman swipes at that and gets a top edge that goes over the bowler and lands between mid on and mid off

15.2

Hilfenhaus to Miller, 1 run, length ball on the stumps, and it balloons over the bowler again off the leading edge, lands in the vacant gap once more

15.3

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, 1 run, backs away but the bowler follows him, swats a length ball to deep midwicket

15.4

Hilfenhaus to Miller, 1 wide, slower ball gone wrong, down the leg side

15.4

Hilfenhaus to Miller, 1 run, angled across the batsman pushed into the off side

15.5

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, 1 run, full and on the legs, clipped to the leg side

15.6

Hilfenhaus to Miller, 1 leg bye, full again, gets an inside edge and dribbles towards square leg

End of over 16 (7 runs) Yorkshire 102/3 (RR: 6.37)
DA Miller    27* (24b 1x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    3-0-18-1
GS Ballance    28* (28b 1x4 1x6)      MS Dhoni    1-0-7-0

MSD is back

16.1

Dhoni to Miller, 1 run, that's better. Angled in on a length, attempted cut shot but gets and under edge and the batsmen scamper through

16.2

Dhoni to Ballance, 2 runs, fuller, outside off, Ballance makes room and gets a top edge over the short third man. Deep point runs around to field

16.3

Dhoni to Ballance, 2 runs, shortish, closer in to the stumps, pulled aerially but despite Morkel slipping over in the outfield, it's mopped up in the end

16.4

Dhoni to Ballance, SIX, short, wide and it is slashed over point for six.

16.5

Dhoni to Ballance, SIX, length ball on the stumps and Ballance slogs that to the other side of the ground. Way over deep midwicket for six

16.6

Dhoni to Ballance, 1 run, shortish, on off stump, and pulled again, but on the ground. Deep midwicket fields

End of over 17 (18 runs) Yorkshire 120/3 (RR: 7.05)
GS Ballance    45* (33b 1x4 3x6)      MS Dhoni    2-0-25-0
DA Miller    28* (25b 1x4 1x6)      BW Hilfenhaus    3-0-18-1

Dougie back to bowl

17.1

Bollinger to Ballance, 1 run, 127kph, full and on off stump, attempted slog over mid off but the inside edge goes to mid on

17.2

Bollinger to Miller, OUT, disappointing way to go for Miller. It's full and wide of the off stump, asking to be hit. Miller obliges, but he middles that straight to cover. End of a 78 run partnership that revived a stagnating innings

DA Miller c Ashwin b Bollinger 28 (45m 26b 1x4 1x6) SR: 107.69

17.3

Bollinger to Rashid, no run, full and angled across to wide of off stump. Rashid has a swing at that but misses

17.4

Bollinger to Rashid, no run, slower and pitches on a length, slower ball at 116kph, pushed to point

17.5

Bollinger to Rashid, no run, angled across and fuller again. Once more Rashid aims an expansive off drive, but misses completely

17.6

Bollinger to Rashid, 1 run, wider and fuller, Rashid makes contact and square drives that on the ground to deep cover sweeper

End of over 18 (2 runs) Yorkshire 122/4 (RR: 6.77)
AU Rashid    1* (4b)      DE Bollinger    3-0-13-1
GS Ballance    46* (34b 1x4 3x6)      MS Dhoni    2-0-25-0

18.1

Hilfenhaus to Rashid, 1 run, full and outside off stump, dug out to cover and the batsman scamper through

James: "I'm all for innovation in cricket but there are limits. They fall just before MS Dhoni's bowling."

18.2

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, SIX, short and at the body, but Ballance gets on the front foot and smashes that over square leg.

18.3

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, no run, full and on leg stump, dug out, dribbles back to the bowler

18.4

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, SIX, rank full toss wide of off stump and Ballance is on to that quickly, carves it high over cover deep into the stands

18.5

Hilfenhaus to Ballance, 1 leg bye, full and on the pads, Ballance backed away, but he is followed. The ball ricochets off the pads

18.6

Hilfenhaus to Rashid, 1 run, full, driven into the off side for one

End of over 19 (15 runs) Yorkshire 137/4 (RR: 7.21)
AU Rashid    3* (6b)      BW Hilfenhaus    4-0-32-1
GS Ballance    58* (38b 1x4 5x6)      DE Bollinger    3-0-13-1

19.1

Bollinger to Rashid, OUT, wide ball, the batsmen try to run a single to the keeper, but Saha is wise to it and hits the stumps with his underarm throw. That's the end of Ballance

GS Ballance run out 58 (44m 38b 1x4 5x6) SR: 152.63

19.2

Bollinger to Hodgson, no run, short ball, Hodgson tries to pull it but can't get bat on it, through to the keeper

19.3

Bollinger to Hodgson, no run, slower ball, length outside off stump, Hodgson can't make contact

19.4

Bollinger to Hodgson, 1 wide, really wide and full, way outside the tram lines and it's called a wide

19.4

Bollinger to Hodgson, 1 run, length ball, lands on middle, pushed towards cover.

19.5

Bollinger to Rashid, 1 run, full delivery driven to sweeper cover, good final over so far

19.6

Bollinger to Hodgson, OUT, lame shot to finish the innings, 129kph, Hodgson tries to hit through the line and loft that over mid on for four, but can't clear the infield. Mid on takes a simple catch.

DM Hodgson c du Plessis b Bollinger 1 (2m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00

Stay with us for Chennai's reply.

Rohith: "Taking nothing away from Dhoni , I , personally think saha is a better keeper." Poor guy, first his bowling is maligned and now even his keeping is being compared unfavourably. He has been batting well though.

Ballance and Miller did well through the middle there, but there was little else to yell about in that Yorkshire innings. The pitch seems a little slow, but CSK live on that sort of surface, so they will back themselves you'd think

End of over 20 (3 runs) Yorkshire 140/6
     DE Bollinger    4-0-16-2
AU Rashid    4* (8b)      BW Hilfenhaus    4-0-32-1
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Photos

Oct 22, 2012

Azeem Rafiq takes the catch to dismiss Faf du Plessis, Chennai Super Kings v Yorkshire, Champions League T20, Durban, October 22, 2012

Azeem Rafiq takes the catch to dismiss Faf du Plessis

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Oct 22, 2012

S Badrinath was named Man of the Match for his 47, Chennai Super Kings v Yorkshire, Champions League T20, Durban, October 22, 2012

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