IPL 2022: Chennai’s bad condition in front of Mumbai bowlers, not even 100 runs, scored its second lowest score

The batsmen of Chennai Super Kings disappointed in the match against Mumbai Indians and the team kept losing their wickets at frequent intervals, due to which the team of Chennai could not even go beyond 100 runs.

May 12, 2022 | 11:22 pm

TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Abhishek Upadhyay

May 12, 2022 | 11:22 pm




Chennai Super Kings has won the Indian Premier League title four times.  This team, captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is counted among the most successful teams in IPL history.  But this team's IPL 2022 has not been good.  This team is going through a bad phase.  To stay in the race for the playoffs in the current season, this team landed against Mumbai at the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday but did something that no team would want to do.  (IPL Photo)

Chennai Super Kings has won the Indian Premier League title four times. This team, captained by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is counted among the most successful teams in IPL history. But this team’s IPL 2022 has not been good. This team is going through a bad phase. To stay in the race for the playoffs in the current season, this team landed against Mumbai at the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday but did something that no team would want to do. (IPL Photo)

Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first and troubled Chennai with the very first ball.  Mumbai did not even allow Chennai to score 100 runs.  Chennai's team was bundled out for just 97 runs in 16 overs.  This is Chennai's second lowest score in IPL.  (IPL Photo)

Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first and troubled Chennai with the very first ball. Mumbai did not even allow Chennai to score 100 runs. Chennai’s team was bundled out for just 97 runs in 16 overs. This is Chennai’s second lowest score in IPL. (IPL Photo)

Chennai's lowest score in IPL is 79 runs and this was also made by Chennai against Mumbai.  Mumbai had defeated Chennai on May 5, 2013 at the Wankhede Stadium itself before 80 runs.  In this match, however, Mumbai batted first and scored 139 runs.  Mumbai won this match by 60 runs.  (IPL Photo)

Chennai’s lowest score in IPL is 79 runs and this was also made by Chennai against Mumbai. Mumbai had defeated Chennai on May 5, 2013 at the Wankhede Stadium itself before 80 runs. In this match, however, Mumbai batted first and scored 139 runs. Mumbai won this match by 60 runs. (IPL Photo)

Chennai's third lowest score in IPL is 109 runs, which he made against Rajasthan Royals on 4 May 2008.  Mumbai had piled up Chennai for 109 runs on 26 April 2019.  (IPL Photo)

Chennai’s third lowest score in IPL is 109 runs, which he made against Rajasthan Royals on 4 May 2008. Mumbai had piled up Chennai for 109 runs on 26 April 2019. (IPL Photo)

For Chennai on Thursday, Mahendra Singh Dhoni tried hard to save the team but he did not get support from the other end.  Dhoni scored the highest unbeaten 36 runs for Chennai.  Only four of his batsmen could go into the double figures.  Dwayne Bravo scored 12 runs.  Shivam Dubey and Ambati Rayudu contributed 10 runs each.  (IPL Photo)

For Chennai on Thursday, Mahendra Singh Dhoni tried hard to save the team but he did not get support from the other end. Dhoni scored the highest unbeaten 36 runs for Chennai. Only four of his batsmen could go into the double figures. Dwayne Bravo scored 12 runs. Shivam Dubey and Ambati Rayudu contributed 10 runs each. (IPL Photo)






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