IPL 2022: CSK fall prey to MI’s clinical bowling performance amid controversy over power outage

Opting to bowl, MI shot CSK out for 97 with pacer Daniel Sams (3/16 from 4 overs) running though the MS Dhoni-led side's top-order with three quick wickets in a fiery opening spell, and then huffed and puffed to overhaul the small target of 98 with 31 balls to spare

FirstCricket Staff May 12, 2022 23:32:10 IST
Daniel Sams of Mumbai Indians after dismissing Devon Conway. Conway wanted a DRS but could not avail one due to power failure at the Wankhede. Sams bowled a brilliant 4 overs wherein he conceded just 16 runs and took 3 wickets. Sportzpics for IPL
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Daniel Sams of Mumbai Indians after dismissing Devon Conway. Conway wanted a DRS but could not avail one due to power failure at the Wankhede. Sams bowled a brilliant 4 overs wherein he conceded just 16 runs and took 3 wickets. Sportzpics for IPL
Mumbai Indians players celebrate the wicket of Ruturaj Gaikwad who went back to the dugout after scoring 7 runs. Sportzpics for IPL
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Mumbai Indians players celebrate the wicket of Ruturaj Gaikwad who went back to the dugout after scoring 7 runs. Sportzpics for IPL
CSK skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the most consistent during the innings, scoring 36*(33). Sportzpics for IPL
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CSK skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the most consistent during the innings, scoring 36*(33). Sportzpics for IPL
The scoreboard during the first innings when CSK was at the crease. Sportzpics for IPL
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The scoreboard during the first innings when CSK was at the crease. Sportzpics for IPL
Mukesh Choudhary picked up 3 wickets while giving away only 23 runs. Sportzpis for IPL
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Mukesh Choudhary picked up 3 wickets while giving away only 23 runs. Sportzpis for IPL
Tilak Varma and Tim David won the match by putting up 34* and 16* respectively. Sportzpics for IPL
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Tilak Varma and Tim David won the match by putting up 34* and 16* respectively. Sportzpics for IPL