Highlights

  • Mumbai beat their arch-rivals Chennai by 5 wickets
  • Earlier, Chennai were bundled out for a mere 97 runs
  • MS Dhoni remained unbeaten on 36 runs

Latest news

Suriya, Kajol and Reema Kagti invited to join Oscar committee

Suriya, Kajol and Reema Kagti invited to join Oscar committee

Study claims a beer a day might keep gut bacteria away!

Study claims a beer a day might keep gut bacteria away!

Wimbledon 2022: Serena Williams suffers shock first-round exit against Harmony Tan

Wimbledon 2022: Serena Williams suffers shock first-round exit against Harmony Tan

Maharashtra Floor Test: Aghadi govt moves Supreme Court, hearing at 5pm

Maharashtra Floor Test: Aghadi govt moves Supreme Court, hearing at 5pm

Travis Barker reportedly hospitalised in Los Angeles, daughter Alabama Barker asks for prayers

Travis Barker reportedly hospitalised in Los Angeles, daughter Alabama Barker asks for prayers

IPL 2022, CSK vs MI: Mumbai knock Chennai out of IPL 2022 playoffs race

Mumbai Indians snuffed out defending champions Chennai Super Kings' faint hopes of making the Indian Premier League play-offs with a five-wicket win in a low-scoring game

Mumbai Indians (MI) knocked Chennai Super Kings (CSK) out of IPL 2022 playoffs race as they thrashed their arch-rivals by 5 wickets at Wankhede Stadium on Thursday night. Chasing a paltry 98-run target, Mukesh Choudhary took three wickets in powerplay and reduced Mumbai to 33-4. Then, the youngsters Tilak Varma and Hrithik Shokeen stitched a 48-run for the 4th wicket and calmed the nerves in the Mumbai dugout. Tim David finished the game with two sixes as MI overhauled the target inside 15 overs.

Also read: IPL 2022: Three reasons why Chennai Super Kings failed to defend their title

Earlier, Mumbai pacer Daniel Sams grabbed three quick wickets in a fiery opening spell and triggered a massive Chennai collapse. CSK kept losing wickets in heaps but MS Dhoni staged a lone battle with a 33-ball 36 not out, including four boundaries and two sixes. Riley Meredith and Kumar Kartikeya chipped in with two wickets apiece as Chennai were bundled out for a mere 97 runs in 16 overs.

Up Next

IPL 2022, CSK vs MI: Mumbai knock Chennai out of IPL 2022 playoffs race

IPL 2022, CSK vs MI: Mumbai knock Chennai out of IPL 2022 playoffs race

India vs Ireland 2nd T20: Hardik Pandya's men avoid scare, whitewash Ireland 2-0

India vs Ireland 2nd T20: Hardik Pandya's men avoid scare, whitewash Ireland 2-0

India vs Ireland 2nd T20: Deepak Hooda tames Ireland with his maiden T20I hundred

India vs Ireland 2nd T20: Deepak Hooda tames Ireland with his maiden T20I hundred

England's World Cup-winning skipper Eoin Morgan retires from international cricket

England's World Cup-winning skipper Eoin Morgan retires from international cricket

India tour of England: BCCI scold Team India players for roaming in public

India tour of England: BCCI scold Team India players for roaming in public

Chris Gayle opts out of CPL to focus only on T10 tournament '6IXTY'

Chris Gayle opts out of CPL to focus only on T10 tournament '6IXTY'

More videos

India to tour New Zealand right after T20 World Cup

India to tour New Zealand right after T20 World Cup

England Vs India: Sam Billings & Ben Foakes included in squad for fifth Test

England Vs India: Sam Billings & Ben Foakes included in squad for fifth Test

'We don't have room for things to go wrong': Rahul Dravid on India vs England Test

'We don't have room for things to go wrong': Rahul Dravid on India vs England Test

England make bold statement ahead of the India Test, clean sweep New Zealand

England make bold statement ahead of the India Test, clean sweep New Zealand

'Hope he gets an IPL contract': Hardik Pandya lavishes praise on Ireland's Harry Tector

'Hope he gets an IPL contract': Hardik Pandya lavishes praise on Ireland's Harry Tector

India vs Ireland: Hardik Pandya explains why Ruturaj Gaikwad didn't bat in the 1st T20I

India vs Ireland: Hardik Pandya explains why Ruturaj Gaikwad didn't bat in the 1st T20I

India tour of England: Mayank Agarwal to join Team India as a backup for Covid-positive Rohit Sharma

India tour of England: Mayank Agarwal to join Team India as a backup for Covid-positive Rohit Sharma

England wicketkeeper tests positive for Covid, availability for India Test in doubt

England wicketkeeper tests positive for Covid, availability for India Test in doubt

India tour of England: Jasprit Bumrah may achieve a rare feat, hasn't happened in 35 years

India tour of England: Jasprit Bumrah may achieve a rare feat, hasn't happened in 35 years

Harmanpreet Kaur surpasses Mithali Raj to achieve big milestone in T20Is

Harmanpreet Kaur surpasses Mithali Raj to achieve big milestone in T20Is

Editorji Technologies Pvt. Ltd. © 2022 All Rights Reserved.