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Chennai Super Kings 114/9 (20 ov)
Mumbai Indians 116/0 (12.2 ov)
Mumbai Indians won by 10 wickets
Player of the match: Trent Boult
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So, that is it from me, Karthik Raj and my co-commentator, Shashwat Kumar. Stayed tuned to Sportskeeda's live coverage for the remaining IPL matches.
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Trent Boult has been adjudged as the 'Man of the Match' for his superb opening spell.

Boult, Player of the Match: New franchise. It's been enjoyable. Any cricket in this global situation is exciting. To get out there, been fun. Natural stuff, pitch the ball up and get it moving. Credit to Boom and the other guys, to come and bowl as a unit. Lucky to get the first over. If it's going to swing it's going to be in the first few balls. Wickets in my opinion are getting slower and drier. It comes down to accuracy.
Comments from the skippers

MS Dhoni: Well it does hurt. What you need to see is what is going wrong, this year hasn't been our year. In only one or two games this year we have batted and bowled well together. Whether you lose by ten wickets or eight wickets it hardly matters. All the players are hurting, but they are trying their best. It doesn't always go your way. Hopefully in the next three games we'll try to put our last stand. I felt the second game was all about the bowling, our batting wasn't turning up. Rayudu got injured and the rest of the batsmen weren't turning up and we just kept putting pressure on the batting order. Whenever we did not get off to a good start it kept getting difficult for the middle order. In cricket when you are going through a tough phase, you need a bit of luck to go your way. But in this tournament it hasn't really gone our way. We haven't really won the toss, when we are batting second there hasn't been a lot of dew and when we are batting first all of a sudden there is a lot of dew on the field. So it hasn't gone our way and those are the things you study. Whenever you aren't doing well there can be a hundred reasons. One of the main things you ask yourself is whether you are playing to your potential. When you put out a playing eleven and judge whether they have done well to justify their stats on paper on the field, I feel this year we have not done that. Cumulatively when three or four of your batsmen aren't doing well it becomes difficult. I feel it is part and parcel, you think more about the process. Even when you are hurting you put a smile on your face so that the management doesn't look like they are in panic. That is what the youngsters want and I feel the boys have done that. We have kept the dressing room like that and hopefully we can turn it around in the next three games at least for pride. We need to have a clear picture for the next year. The kind of auction, where the venues will be, and you want to give the boys a chance to perform and show their talent. We have to make the most of the next three games and it is good preparation for the next year. Identify the batsmen, who will bowl at the death and hopefully the players will soak up the pressure. Captain can't run away, so I'll be playing in all the games

Pollard, MI captain: Thanks for counting. I wasn't (counting). Have played enough T20 cricket to know a thing or two. Was a matter of me stepping in and trying to do the best for the team. Came off tonight. Just a matter of making right decisions, not giving them freebies. Wanted to bowl them out under 100 but Sam batted well. Two-three wickets early on puts you into the game. But to get four-five is fantastic. The openers finishing the job is also fantastic. We're not speaking about it (finishing top two). It's about putting yourself into positions to get two points and then think about that. It's about improving as we go on and the rest will take care of itself. Always room for improvement. Things like lower-order batsmen getting off strike when main batsman is batting. That Super Over loss was disappointing but it's about bouncing back.
End of a pretty dominating10-wicket win for Mumbai Indians here. The target of 115 was never going to be enough for a strong Mumbai Indians batting enough and it proved to be right. With Rohit Sharma not playing this match, Ishan Kishan was promoted to open the batting and he took the chance by smacking 68 runs off just 37 balls. While Deepak Chahar did start off well, CSK's bowling tapered off with too many bad balls. Kishan and Quinton de Kock did well to be positive throughout even though the Protea opener played the second fiddle in this inning. Even the veteran Imran Tahir couldn't do much with a meagre total to defend as Ishan Kishan took the attack to him. CSK's fielding also didn't help as there were misfields and a drop catch off Ishan Kishan's bat too. In the end, Kishan and de Kock wrapped up the chase with 46 balls to spare with this result handing over CSK's first-ever 10-wicket loss in IPL history.
12.2 Shardul Thakur to Quinton de Kock, FOUR! THAT IS THAT THEN! Back of a length delivery on middle and leg stump and de Kock gets inside the line before hoicking it away past deep backward square leg for four!
12.1 Shardul Thakur to Quinton de Kock, back of a length delivery outside off stump. De Kock camps in his crease before jabbing it straight to the man in the ring at backward point
A tight over from Deepak Chahar. It has just delayed an inevitable Mumbai Indians victory. Three runs required off 48 balls.
Over: 12 | Summary: 1 1 1 0 0 1 Bowler: Deepak Chahar Score: 112/0
11.6 Deepak Chahar to Quinton de Kock, length delivery on middle and off stump. De Kock comes forward and squirts it off the outside edge towards third man for another single
11.5 Deepak Chahar to Quinton de Kock, length delivery on middle and leg stump. De Kock gets onto the front foot before patting it straight back to the bowler
11.4 Deepak Chahar to Quinton de Kock, length delivery outside off stump. De Kock gets half forward before pushing it towards the fielder in the ring at backward point
11.3 Deepak Chahar to Ishan Kishan, slower delivery on a back of a length outside off stump. Kishan backs away and powers it down the ground towards long on for another run
11.2 Deepak Chahar to Quinton de Kock, back of a length delivery on middle and off stump. De Kock lets the ball arrive before nudging it towards deep backward square leg for one
11.1 Deepak Chahar to Ishan Kishan, back of a length delivery down the leg side. Kishan gets inside the line and heaves it away towards deep backward square leg for a single
Just a hit and a bit away from a victory for Mumbai. They require seven runs off 54 balls.
Over: 11 | Summary: 1 1 6 1 1 0 Bowler: Shardul Thakur Score: 108/0
10.6 Shardul Thakur to Quinton de Kock, length delivery on middle and off stump. De Kock works out the length pretty early and then blocks it right under his eyes with a slightly open face
A bad night worsens for Ruturaj Gaikwad
After bagging a five-ball duck and mis-fielding a four early on in this innings, Ruturaj Gaikwad has now dropped a straightforward catch. A pretty poor day in the office for him.
10.5 Shardul Thakur to Ishan Kishan, DROPPED! CSK'S MISERY CONTINUES! Full delivery on middle and leg stump and Kishan chips that one towards mid wicket, where Gaikwad grasses the chance! Nothing is going right for CSK tonight!
10.4 Shardul Thakur to Quinton de Kock, slower delivery on a length on middle and leg stump. De Kock comes forward and pushes it down the ground towards long off for another single
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