Virat Kohli's brilliant 90 runs, Chennai lost by 37 runs

Dubai.  Chennai Super Kings, who were consistently disappointing in the series, were defeated by Royal Challengers Bangalore (Bengaluru) by 37 runs in a league match of IPL 20-20.  Batting first, Bengaluru (Bengaluru) scored 169 runs losing 4 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs, in response, Chennai Super Kings could only manage 132 runs by losing 8 wickets.

 Chennai Super Kings started off chasing the target of 170 runs did not start well.  Faf du Plessis was caught by Chris Morris in Washington Sundar.  Du Plessis scored a total of 8 runs in 10 balls.  Shane Watson also played very slowly and scored 14 runs in 18 balls with the help of three fours and was bowled by Washington Sundar.
Narayan Jagadishan was run out by Chris Morris and he scored 33 runs in 28 balls with the help of four fours.  Captain Dhoni hit the only six and scored 10 runs in 6 balls and was caught by Yuswendra Chahal to Gurkeerat Singh.  Sam Karan was caught by ABD Villiers off Chris Morris without opening the account.  Ambati Rayudu contributed the maximum 42 runs in 40 balls with the help of four fours.  He was made bold by Isuru Udana.  For Bengaluru (Bengaluru) Chris Morris and Washington Sundar took 2 - 2, Udana and Chahal took 1 - 1 wickets.
Earlier, Royal Challengers Bangalore scored 169 runs losing 4 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs while batting first against Chennai Super Kings.  After winning the toss, Bengaluru (Bengaluru) chose to bat first.  Opener Aaron Finch was bowled by Deepak Chahar in the third over.  He scored 2 runs in 9 balls.  After this, skipper Virat Kohli and Devdutt Padikkal combined to score 66 runs for 11 overs.  Padikkal played slow.  He scored 33 runs in 34 balls with the help of 2 fours and a six.  He was caught by Faf du Plessis off Shardul Thakur's ball.  AB de Villiers, who came to the crease, was also caught by Shardul Thakur behind the wicket at the hands of captain MS Dhoni on the score of 2 runs.
Even Washington Sundar could not do anything amazing, he was caught behind the wicket by captain MS Dhoni off the ball of Sam Karan.  But at the other end, Virat Kohli was playing a fast and studded innings.  He, along with Shivam Dubey, scored 75 runs in the final 5.3 overs and took his team's score to 169.  Virat Kohli remained unbeaten in 90 runs with the help of 4 fours and 4 sixes in 52 balls.  Shivam Dubey contributed 22 not out from 14 balls with the help of 2 fours and a six.  For Chennai Super Kings, Shardul Thakur took two wickets, Deepak Chahar and Sam Karan took 1 - 1 wickets.

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