Indian Premier League - 29th match

Chennai Super Kings v Pune Warriors

Chennai Super Kings won by 25 runs

9.2

Thomas to Vijay, OUT, Finally they take a chance, do Pune! Sharp bouncer, between chest and throat, Vijay looks to pull off the front foot, but is slightly late, and the top edge lobs to midwicket

M Vijay c McCullum b Thomas 31 (29b 2x4 1x6) SR: 106.89

Chennai Super Kings 64/1   MEK Hussey 32* (27b 3x4 1x6)   AC Thomas 1.2-0-10-1

9.6

Thomas to Raina, OUT, Cleaned up! You could sense Raina was not fancying this much. Backs away to a shortish delivery, looking for a shot through the covers, and plays completely down the wrong line. Middle and leg poles are down

SK Raina b Thomas 2 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Chennai Super Kings 66/2   MEK Hussey 32* (27b 3x4 1x6)   AC Thomas 2-0-12-2

16.4

Sharma to Dhoni, OUT, The luck has run out! And it is very well bowled too. Flights the next delivery after being smacked for a straight boundary. Dhoni is beaten in the flight, and the ball turns past his bat, and Uthappa is very quick with the stumping

MS Dhoni st †Uthappa b Sharma 26 (21b 2x4 1x6) SR: 123.80

Chennai Super Kings 118/3   MEK Hussey 57* (46b 5x4 1x6)   R Sharma 3.4-0-27-1

17.2

Taylor to Hussey, OUT, Welcome back Pandey! One of his first touches on the ball this IPL! And what a catch. Hussey plays the shovel shot, but doesn't get it right off the middle, and it flies towards long-on. Pandey stations himself six inches inside the fence, and takes the overhead catch. Was always aware of the fence. Welcome back Manish. Well played Hussey too, as he doesn't hand about and takes Pandey's word on it

MEK Hussey c Pandey b Taylor 61 (48b 6x4 1x6) SR: 127.08

Chennai Super Kings 122/4   JA Morkel 0* (2b)   JE Taylor 2.2-0-18-1

17.4

Taylor to Morkel, OUT, Morkel, promoted ahead of specialist batsman Badri who scored 71 in his last game, is out for a four-ball duck. He throws his bat at this widish delivery without any foot movement, and gets a thick edge that settles peacefully with deep cover

JA Morkel c Ryder b Taylor 0 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Chennai Super Kings 123/5   S Badrinath 0* (0b)   JE Taylor 2.4-0-19-2

19.6

Taylor to Anirudha, OUT, Bouncer. Pulled off the front foot. Top edge. Taken by the keeper

S Anirudha c †Uthappa b Taylor 7 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

Chennai Super Kings 142/6   S Badrinath 11* (7b 1x6)   JE Taylor 4-0-30-3
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Photos

Apr 25, 2011

R Ashwin is congratulated by his team-mates after getting Jesse Ryder, Chennai Super Kings v Pune Warriors, IPL 2011, Chennai

R Ashwin is congratulated by his team-mates after getting Jesse Ryder

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Apr 25, 2011

Chennai celebrate one of Albie Morkel's three wickets, Chennai Super Kings v Pune Warriors, IPL 2011, Chennai

Chennai celebrate one of Albie Morkel's three wickets

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