CSK vs PBKS: Fans were treated to another nail-biting contest between the Kings of the Game. The Chennai Super Kings locked horns with the Punjab Kings at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. It was a high-scoring encounter where both teams scored 200. It was MS Dhoni who won the toss and decided to bat first. CSK got off to a brilliant start with an 86-run partnership between Devon Conway and Ruturaj Gaikwad.

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Gaikwad was the first wicket to fall; he made 37 off 31 balls. His dismissal brought Shivam Dube to the crease. Dube (28 off 17) and Conway added 44 runs for the second wicket. Conway carried on his form and scored his fifth half-century of this season. He carried his bat through the inning and remained unbeaten on 92 from 52 balls, with one six and 16 boundaries. Chennai posted 200/4 in the first inning.

CSK vs PBKS: Watch – PBKS’ crazy celebrations after winning over CSK in Chennai

CSK vs PBKS: Watch - Crazy Celebrations of PBKS After a Nail-biting Last-ball Finish Over CSK
CSK vs PBKS: Watch – Crazy Celebrations of PBKS After a Nail-biting Last-ball Finish Over CSK

Punjab also started well and added 50 runs for the first wicket in 4.2 overs. Skipper Shikhar Dhawan got out after scoring 28 off 15. Prabhsimran Singh played a brilliant cameo of 42 off 24 balls, including four boundaries and two sixes. At one stage, it looked like Punjab might end up on the losing side. But some good contributions in the middle sealed the deal for the visitors. PBKS registered a four-wicket win. After the win, there were some crazy scenes, and Punjab players couldn’t hold their emotions.

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Liam Livingstone made 40 off 24, and it was the 16th over where he took Tushar Deshpande for three sixes and one four, which turned the game in favor of PBKS. Sam Curran (29 off 20) and Jitesh Sharma (21 off 10) also played quick innings each. PBKS won the game with the last ball of the inning.

Sikandar Raza (13* off 7) played a great shot when three were needed on the last ball. This win has given two important points to Dhawan and his team. They are now placed fifth on the list, 10 points behind CSK. Chennai also has 10 points but with a better NRR. Conway won “Man of the Match” for his unbeaten inning.

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