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             Two games in Pune for SRH, two 200-plus run chases and two losses. After five successive wins, the Orange army have now lost two in a row. They would hope the injury of Washington Sundar ain't serious and he recovers in time before the clash against Delhi on Thursday. As for CSK, they will continue to believe and would hope more of the same from their latest opening duo of Ruturaj and Conway. They will be up against RCB on Wednesday, a team that are desperate to bounce back after hat-trick of losses. Gonna be a cracker that. Right then, that's the end of the double-header bonanza weekend, we are back to single-headers for the next five days. It's KKR vs RR tomorrow. Do remember to join us for that. Until next time, goodbye and good night!!
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             Ruturaj Gaikwad | Player of the Match: Felt good and it has come in a winning way, this knock feels more special. There will be times where you will get one or two good deliveries and you will be unlucky here and there, with the kind of support staff you have and all the people around, you have that backing and confidence with you going. Personally I do not like to believe in form, irrespective of what you scored in the last game you have to start from zero. I believe in starting from zero every game and that is what has helped. I like to play more pace as it brings the best out of me. Not many bowlers who bowl that fast and that short, so whenever they bowl short in the first few balls, obviously I have the upper hand in the last few balls. Lot of thought process in it. I was telling him (Conway) to take his time. I have played here as this is my home ground, I know this wicket and I was just chatting with him to keep going.
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             MS Dhoni | CSK skipper: I think it was a good score to defend. It's one of those coincidence where we got off to a good start and forced the bowlers to bowl the areas where we wanted to hit. The kind of target we got was a very good one. The phase that really worked for us was where the spinners were bowling after 6 overs. We have had quite a few good batting performances, we have given couple of overs that went for 25-26 runs, and even when you score 200, it really comes down to 175-180 in 19 overs. It's important to try something different as a bowler. I always told my bowlers, you may get hit for 4 sixes in an over, but the 2 balls that you save - ultimately in a high-scoring game - those are the 2 deliveries that will help you win the game. Because a lot of bowlers, after getting 3-4 sixes, they will be like let's get done with it but that one boundary or even instead of sixes if you get hit for 2 fours that will help you in a game. I don't know if they believe in that theory, but it really works. Between me and Jadeja, he knew last season itself that he will be given a chance to captain this year. He knew and got enough time to prepare, what is important is you want him to lead the side and I wanted that transition to happen. In the first 2 games there was information going in towards Jaddu and after that I left it to him to decide which angle to bowl and all that. At the end of the season, you don't want him to feel as the captaincy was done by someone else and I'm just going for toss. So it was a gradual transition. Spoon-feeding doesn't really help captain, on the field you have to take those crucial decisions and you have to take responsibility for those decisions
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             Mukesh Choudhary: (on 6th over) A wicket hadn't fallen yet, so I had to take my chances, I knew I dropped a catch but I had to take a wicket and thankfully that happened. (On Bravo's absence) There was more responsibility in the powerplay without Bravo because he has so much experience, he keeps advising us. Yesterday, he told me I have to take more responsibility, the team environment is always very supportive. (On bowling the last over) MS Dhoni didn't tell me anything special about that over, he just told me to bowl stump to stump and not try anything fancy.
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             Kane Williamson | SRH skipper: When anyone gets over 200, it'll always be a challenge chasing it down. I thought we responded well to it, but they kept us under pressure with the total they had. We did show a lot of fight and were unlucky at times with some things that didn't go our way. It was a bit slower (on the pitch), we did try our best, but losing Washy (Sundar) for the best part of the bowling innings was a struggle for us. Still we can look back at the game with a lot of positives, we came up against quality spinners, at the end of the day, we did show a lot of fight. We just need to stay connected, we're playing well, and did so at the first half of the tournament (talking about the 5 straight wins). We just need to touch on a few things, shape well and come back stronger in the next game.
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             23:06 local, 17:36 GMT: MSD back and as skipper and CSK are back to winning ways. The team in yellow will be mighty relieved. Dropped as many as 4-5 catches, but still managed to win by a 13-run margin. SRH got off to a blazing start, smacking 46 off the first 4 overs but wickets of successive deliveries (Abhishek Sharma and Rahul Tripathi) right at the end of powerplay hindered their momentum as Williamson couldn't get going against the spinners. Markram had a rare failure and the skipper's untimely dismissal meant SRH had to chase 72 off the last five overs. Both Pooran and Shashank threw their bats at everything, only to be outsmarted by the accuracy of Theekshana and variations from Pretorius. Mukesh Choudhary dropped Abhishek in the powerplay. He, however, made amends with the ball by picking up a four-fer and more importantly his wickets right at the edge of powerplay brought CSK back into the game. The unavailability of Washington Sundar with the ball seemed to have hurt SRH badly as their fifth bowler(s) went for 46, having failed to create any pressure through the middle overs while at it. Presentations imminent, stick around...
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             SRH: 189-6 after 20 overs
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             19.6 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, 1 run, drags the heave to the left of long-on and that will be it. CSK stay alive and register their third win of the season. Back-to-back defeats for SRH.
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             19.5 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, SIX, too much width outside off. It was full and at 126ks, Pooran sat down on one knee and carved it for a 73-metre maximum over deep backward point
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             Vijay: Kane Williamson has to take responsibility to score more runs quickly, we all criticize KL Rahul for slow batting but easily forget Williamson. SRH getting success because of bowling and you can't win every match like that.
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             19.4 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, SIX, in the slot and off you go! Juicy short delivery outside off, Pooran swivels and sends it for an 86-metre maximum behind square on the leg-side
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             19.4 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, wide, sprays a full delivery well down the leg-side, MSD isn't quite pleased with that he points the fielders towards the off-side, perhaps indicating to bowl it wide of off...
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             19.3 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, no run, 135ks slot ball outside off, Pooran swings and misses
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             19.2 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, FOUR, fifty for Pooran! Opens the bat face, slices the low full toss in the gap between backward point and cover
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             19.1 Mukesh Choudhary to Pooran, SIX, length ball in the slot for Pooran and he's nailed that over cow corner. Was to the longer side, but Pooran's got enough power to clear the ropes
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             SRH: 165-6 after 19 overs
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             18.6 Pretorius to Pooran, leg byes, 1 run, full and dipping on leg-stump, Pooran looks to smash it with the angle but couldn't quite get under it. Huge appeal and the angle was always gonna take it down leg, as confirmed by DRS.
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             DRS: CSK review for lbw. No bat involved and it's sliding down leg. The onfield verdict will stay...
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             18.5 Pretorius to Pooran, FOUR, full and wide, Pooran throws the kitchen sink and the outside edge flies in the gap between the keeper and short third
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             18.4 Pretorius to Pooran, 2 runs, length delivery wide of off, Pooran swings hard and gets a top-edge over short third for a couple of runs
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             18.4 Pretorius to Pooran, wide, full and wide of off, Pooran lets it pass
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             18.3 Pretorius to Pooran, no run, droppped again! It's Santner this time. Hit hard and flat from Pretorius and it went at a slightly awkward height for the incoming long-off who ended up popping it out in front of his chest before gathering the rebound off the ground
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             18.2 Pretorius to Pooran, FOUR, this is why he denied the single previous delivery. Low full toss outside off, Pooran slaps it straight down the ground and beats the diving effort of long-off to his left
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