IPL 2020 MI Vs CSK: Chennai Restricts Mumbai Indians To 162

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The First Match Of IPL 2020 Is Currently On At Abu Dhabi:

The first IPL 2020 match between MI and CSK is currently underway in Abu Dhabi. CSK won the toss and decided to take the field. Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock opened the battle for Mumbai, who scored 48 runs losing 1 wicket at the end of the first five overs.

The 1st of the innings was bowled by Deepak Chahar, and it was expensive. Mumbai Indians batsmen hit 2 fours to make sure that 12 runs were over. Sam Curran bowled the 2nd over the innings. MI was able to reach the boundary and scored 7 runs in the over.

The third of the innings was bowled by Deepak Chahar, who had gone for 8 runs. The Mumbai Indians hit four in the over. Lungi Ngidi bowled a costly 4th over the inning, where the Mumbai Indians opened 3 fours and scored 18 runs from over.

Piyush Chawla bowled the 5th over the inning, where the Mumbai Indians had scored just 3 runs and lost an important wicket of captain Rohit Sharma. At the end of 15 overs in the first match of IPL 2020, the total number of Indians in Mumbai is 126/5. In the last five overs, the Mumbai Indians managed to score 40 runs and lost 3 buckets.

The 11th of the innings was bowled by Deepak Chahar, who managed to hold things close by giving away just six runs and also picking up a wicket. Ravindra Jadeja bowled the costly 12th over the innings where the Mumbai Indians hit 2 sixes and scored 13 runs in the over.

The Lungi Ngidi bowled the thirteenth of the innings. It was another costly one over where MI batsmen hit 2 fours and scored 11 runs off. Piyush Chawla bowled the 14th, which turned out to be a strong one for CSK, as only five runs had been scored.

However, the effective bowling from Chennai Super Kings restricted the Mumbai Indians to 162/9.

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