Friday, April 18, 2014

IPL T20 KXIP Big Chased Score This Year Competition Beat CSK by Six Wickets

IPL 2014 7th Season 3rd Match Yesterday Maxwell justified his heavy price-tag by knocking the stuffing out of IPL tow time title winner Chennai Super Kings, as new-style and new players –new look for all Kings XI Punjab made a winning start to this year competition.
So far as early games in protracted leagues go, this one was amazingly absorbing and not all had to do with the Australian Player Maxwell 43-ball 95, which made light work of the very big 205-run target Chennai had set his team.

Chennai had earlier shrugged off a bog of allegation and a fresh opening pair to reach an imposing 204-4 after MS Dhoni elected to bat. This time Chennai team new players Smith (66, 43b) and Brendon McCollum (67, 45b) very good start of the game. McCollum needed no further invitations to wreak havoc and crossed 5,000 runs in all T20 cricket.
The showpiece of their chase was a 115-run partnership between Glenn Maxwell (95 for 43 balls and David Miller (54 for 37balls) that came at almost 11 runs-per over. The alliance killed Chennai Super Kings in the center and included a frightening 13th over by rookie left-arm spinner Pawan Negi that was taken for 22 runs.
Chasing a monstrosity against a side famous for its spin trickery, Kings XI Punjab tem chances seemed to reside exclusively in the hands of Virender Sehwag and Glenn Maxwell, who they had purchased for six times his base price of Rs.1 Croce. But a bespectacled Sehwag was bowled for 19 after a flurry of carefree strokes.

Finally Kings XI Punjab Chase big Score 206 offer 18.5 Overs start to this year’s competition.
Score Details
Chennai Super Kings 205 (20 Overs)
Kings XI Punjab 206 (18.5)
Player of the Match
Glenn Maxwell (KXIP)
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