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    5.5 as always, Ashwin manages to get the important wicket. Tossed up on leg stump, Watson goes for the big sweep and gets a top edge. Was it a carom ball? The top edge stayed in the air a while, and Jakati called for it. He fumbled a couple of times, but eventually held on. 48/2
    3.4 Dravid is gone, he seems to have got a feather through to Dhoni after attempting another pull. Bollinger keeps it short outside off, not as short as Dravid thought and the ball went under the bat and took the edge through. Huge noise on the replay. 27/1
    14.1 Raina's easily the best fielder in the Indian team, and here's more proof. Length ball from Bravo, Rahane looks to slam him wide of long-on, but it was too wide of off stump for him to get the placement. It was headed straight over the ropes though, behind Raina, until he leapt up and caught it a foot or so inside. Well-timed jump, and taken without a fuss. Is that the end of RR's chase? Put your hands together for Ajinkya. 105/5
    8.2 Morkel's removed Rossco. More like Rossco has removed himself. Full ball, wide outside off, and Taylor scoops the drive in the air over the infield. Saha ran in from deep cover-point and took a good tumbling catch. 63/3
    9.5 Ashwin's struck again, Doxy's gone and RR slip further. This time he pauses on his delivery stride, takes a look at Menaria's footwork and sends it down slow and short of a length outside off. It turns and bounces more than Menaria thought, and he ended up nicking it into Dhoni's gloves. 70/4
    18.6 you just have to love Bollinger! The scorecard will say Botha c & b Bollinger, but that's not even half the story. Another bouncer, Botha top-edges this time and it pops right up. Bollinger calls for it and races down the track on his follow through. He takes it behind the stumps, next to Dhoni, and then lunges forward and tumbles and rolls like the very epitome of clumsiness. Dhoni watches with a half smile. All's Well, of course! 133/8
    17.3 Raut. Is out. All over, bar the shout. Chennai's fielding has been the personification of a curate's egg today. Ashwin lands this well outside off, Raut heaves from there to the leg side and midwicket had to run in to field it. Botha wanted a second, Rahane's run like the wind today, but this time he was caught short after responding late. The throw went to Ashwin, who collected and hurled down the stumps at the batsman's end. All over. 129/6
    18.4 Bolly puts Yagnik out of his misery with a thunderous yorker. Full, fast, gunning for leg stump and Yagnik's rituals in front of the stumps don't do much to deviate it off its course. Bollinger doesn't celebrate, he just walks back to his mark, while Yagnik walks back to the hut. 132/7
    19.1 Raina's turn to pull off another stunner. Tossed up outside off, Amit Singh hits it right back to the left of Raina, and it was travelling. Raina leapt across like a 'tracer bullet' and pouched it in one hand. Spectacular. 133/9
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    19.3 all over. Raina's got the legend, and he has two wickets in three balls. Chennai are knocking on the doors of the play-offs. @ImRaina tosses it up outside off, @Warne888 smears it high over mid-off, and @newbigdog at long-off holds it easy. 133/10
    Extras
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    TOTAL
    133 all out (19.3 Overs, RR: 6.82)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    JA Morkel3.002117.0062010
    DE Bollinger4.002235.50121010
    DJ Bravo4.003619.0073110
    R Ashwin4.002426.00103000
    SB Jakati4.003007.5062010
    SK Raina0.30020.0030000
    Fall of wickets:1-27 (R Dravid, 3.4 ov), 2-48 (SR Watson, 5.5 ov), 3-63 (LRPL Taylor, 8.2 ov), 4-70 (AL Menaria, 9.5 ov), 5-105 (AM Rahane, 14.1 ov), 6-129 (AS Raut, 17.3 ov), 7-132 (DH Yagnik, 18.4 ov), 8-133 (J Botha, 18.6 ov), 9-133 (A Singh, 19.1 ov), 10-133 (SK Warne, 19.3 ov)

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