IPL 2020 is going badly for the IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings, which won the Indian Premier League title three times. CSK lost a thrilling 5-wicket match in front of Sharjah’s Maidan Delhi Capitals (DC) on Saturday under this tournament.
At one time, the Chennai team, looking close to victory in the match, could not save 17 runs in the last over and lost the match. Meanwhile, we are going to tell you, 5 big reasons for the defeat of Super Kings
Sam Karan’s dismissal
In-form all-rounder Sam Karan of Chennai Super Kings returned to the pavilion in this match against Delhi Capitals without opening the account. In the opening innings of CSK, Kahan, who came to open, was caught out on the third ball.
Slow game continues in Powerplay
The slow game of Chennai Super Kings continues in IPL 13. The only team to score runs in this season’s Powerplay with the lowest run rate of 6.9 is CSK. Due to which the team is unable to make a very big score. Against Delhi, Chennai scored 39–1 in the first 6 overs at the small ground in Sharjah.
Dhoni’s bat did not work
CSK captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) has been struggling with captaincy as well as batting in this IPL season. Under which Dhoni was dismissed by just 3 runs against Delhi.
Delhi Capitals opener Shikhar Dhawan played an unbeaten 101-run century against Chennai in this match. Dhawan’s biggest contribution in this innings was the fielders of Chennai, who dripped Dhawan for 25, 50 and 75 runs.
Dwayne Bravo injured
Delhi’s team needed 17 runs to win in the last over. But CSK suffered a major setback when Dwayne Bravo, who finished the 20th over, walked out of the ground due to injury. Due to which Dhoni had to give the last over to Ravindra Jadeja and he could not save 17 runs in that over.