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Devon Conway made his T20 debut in the year 2011. Since then he has been dismissed 90 times. During this he played 119 matches, in which he scored runs at a strike rate of more than 125. He could not even open the account against Mumbai Indians.
Devon Conway became the run machine of Chennai Super Kings. Had played 3 consecutive half-centuries. But what happened on the evening of May 12 against Mumbai Indians. What happened to this Kiwi batsman, which he had seen only for the second time in his 11-year T20 career. No, it has nothing to do with the stadium’s lights being off. Yes, if there was a light, then you could have taken DRS. Devon Conway (Devon Conway). Maybe then he would have avoided getting out. But what was meant to happen has happened. Conway was dubbed LBW. And with this, the picture related to him also became fresh, which was last seen in the year 2013.
Devon Conway made his T20 debut in the year 2011. Since then he has played 119 matches. And, during this he has scored 3996 runs with 2 centuries and 31 half-centuries. That is, there was a chance to score 4000 T20 runs against Mumbai, even they were 4 runs away.
Conway became LBW for the second time in T20 career
Devon Conway became LBW on the very first ball in the match against Mumbai Indians. Daniel Sams took his wicket. Now the lights were off in the field, so could not take DRS, so he had to return to the dugout. This is the second time in Conway’s T20 career that he has been LBW.
Daniel Sams picks up two wickets in the first over.
Devon Conway and Moeen Ali depart.
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 12, 2022
LBW was last held in 2013
Devon Conway has been dismissed 90 times in his 11-year T20 career, out of which he has been LBW only twice. The last LBW he played for Gauteng in 2013 was against the Border team.
Opening bad, all wasted!
Conway was dismissed without opening an account against Mumbai Indians. With this, the opening pair of Chennai was shattered on only 1 run. And, this series of poor start of Chennai was seen till it did not end. Meaning all the wickets of Chennai did not fall.
Batting first against Mumbai Indians, the team of Chennai Super Kings was bundled out for just 97 runs. This team could not even play the full 20 overs. All out in 16 overs. MS Dhoni scored the most runs for Chennai, who remained unbeaten on 36 runs.