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| On Sep 19, 2021 10:50 PM IST

CSK vs MI Live: Deepak Chahar ROAR Celebration after getting Anmolpreet Singh CLEAN Bowled – WATCH

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The Cricket Fans will be relieved as they are finally witnessing the IPL 2021 once again which was postponed due to the covid concerns. The tournament is now played in the United Arab Emirates, with three venues, Dubai, Sharjah, and Abu Dhabi hosting the games. The game started with Mumbai Indians bowlers putting CSK batting line-up under serious pressure. They were 4 down until the power-play overs with the experienced batters going back to the pavilion. But, the opener Ruturaj Gaikwad scored a gem of an innings and remained unbeaten on 88 off 58 balls, while Bravo supported him well with 23* off 8 balls.

Watch Deepak Chahar’s ROAR Celebration after dismissing Anmolpreet Singh

The Chennai Super Kings is blessed to have talented bowlers in their ranks who have been terrific for them in each season. The consistency to contain runs and pick wickets is the main highlight for their success. One such example is Deepak Chahar who has been quite impressive for the team since his debut for the CSK team.

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In the first match of the IPL 2021 Phase 2, the seam bowler 3 bowlers on the upfront and managed to pick up 2 important wickets of both the openers Quinton De Kock and Anmolpreet Singh. His celebration was animatic due to the fact that Anmolpreet struck 14 runs off the last over off Josh Hazlewood, and it was important for the team to dismiss him as soon as possible.

CSK bowl well to Keep Mumbai Indians under-pressure

The bowlers of Chennai Super Kings team have been terrific to contain the Mumbai Indians team in the first fixture of the IPL 2021 Phase 2. They maintained the pressure throughout the innings and after the key wicket of Kieron Pollard, they got surety of their win.

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In the absence of Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya, the Mumbai Indians team looked out of touch and the only lone warrior was Saurabh Tiwary who stitched crucial partnerships with the other players but could not win the match for the team.

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