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CLT20 Final match highlights : Chennai Super Kings won CLT20 Final

Posted by on Sep 27, 2010 | Leave a Comment

On 26th September 2010, Chennai Super Kings won CLT20 Final match by eight wickets. This was between Chennai Super Kings and Warriors at Johannesburg. In the tournament, Chennai Super Kings provides its fifth victory. That’s why Chennai Super Kings became the fifth team in the tournament and other teams are NSW, Tri & Tob and Victoria.

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The five victories are won by 57 runs vs Cent Dists at Durban on 11/09/10, won by 97 runs vs Wayamba at Centurion on 15/09/10, won by 10 runs vs Warriors at P Elizabeth on 22/09/10, won by 52 runs vs RCB at Durban on 24/09/10 and won by eight wickets vs Warriors at Jo’burg on 26/09/10.

In this game, with figures of 4.0-0-16-3 M Muralitharan returned and providing the 46th occasion of a bowler capturing three or more wickets in the tournament. His bowling figures are one of the 17 occasions of a bowler and became the third CSK bowler to capture three or more wickets conceding 20 and less than 20 runs. Others bowler like 3 for 20 by L Balaji vs Central Districts at Durban on 11/09/10 and 4 for 23 by R Ashwin vs Wayamba at Centurion on 15/09/10.

In the category of statistics, CSK became the third team in the tournament to have three performances by bowlers. NSW and RCB are other two teams. NSW bowlers are 3 for 11 by MC Henriques vs Victoria at Delhi on 21/10/09. 3 for 12 by SR Clark vs Eagles at Delhi on 09/10/09 and 3 for 15 by SR Clark vs Somerset at Hyd-RGS on 18/10/09.

In 2009 finals between NSW and Tri & Tob at Hyd-RGS on 23.10.09, R Rampaul of Tri & Tob had captured 3 for 20 and SR Clark of NSW had figures of 3 for 21. Consequently M Muralitharan’s 3 for 16 represent the best bowling figures in the finals of the tournament.

In the tournament, Chennai Super Kings has also a batting record with eight occasions of batsmen scoring fifties, which is a record for most fifties scored by a team. On 11/09/10, the batsmen who have scored fifties are 52 runs by S Badrinath vs Cent Dists at Durban and 68 runs by M Vijay vs Wayamba at Centurion on 15/09/10 and 87 runs by SK Raina on 15/09/10, 73 runs by M Vijay vs Victoria at P Eliabeth on 18/09/10, 50 runs by MEK Hussey vs Warriors at P Elizabeth on 18/09/10, 94 runs by SK Raina vs RCB at Durban on 23/09/10, 51 by MEK Hussey vs Warriors at Jo’burg on 25/09/10 and 58 runs by M Vijay vs Warriors at Jo’burg on 26/09/10.

In this game, M Vijay {58} and MEK Hussey {51*} scored fifties and giving the 56th and 57th occasion of batsman scoring fifties in the tournament. In the tournament, M Vijay and MEK Hussey were the opener of the match who have provide the 34th and 35th occasion of opening batsman scoring fifties. MEK Hussey’s 51 not out provide the 22nd occasion of a batsman scoring victorious fifties and also the ninth occasion of an opening batsman scoring a victorious fifty in the tournament.

In this game, M Vijay scored 58 which was his third fifty of the tournament. On 15/09/10, other occasions are 68 vs Wayamba at Centurion and 73 vs Victoria at Port Elizabeth on 18/09/10. To score three fifties after M Klinger of South Australia and DJ Jacobs of Warriors, M Vijay became the third batsman in the tournament. It was interesting that these all three batsman have scored fifties while opening the innings for their teams.

MEK Hussey’s 51 not out was his second fifty of the tournament. On 22/09/10, he had scored 50 vs Warriors at Port Elizabeth. He became the 12th batsman to score fifties on two occasions in the tournament. He also became the fifth opening batsman to perform such a feat.

M Vijay with his 58 earned the difference of becoming the first batsman to score a fifty in the finals of the CLT20 games. The previous best was B Lee’s 48 for NSW vs Tri & Tob at Hy-RGS on 23/09/10 in the finals of the first edition. He ended the tournament with 294 runs total by a batsman. He got the better of DJ Jacobs of Warriors who ended the tournament with 286 runs. M Vijay went past DJ Jacobs when he was on 51 throughout his knock of 58. M Vijay hit two boundary fours to have a total of 10 boundary sixes. He became the sixth batsman to score ten or more boundary fours KA Pollard {28}, SK Raina {12}, LRPL Taylor {12}, JP Duminy {11}, M Klinger {10} and M Vijay {10}.

The total of the runs scored MEK Hussey and M Vijay is 104 runs for the first wicket to provide the ninth occasion of a three-figure partnership in the tournament. In the finals of the tournament, this stand embodies the first three-figure partnership. The previous best was 49 runs for the seventh wicket between B Lee and SPD Smith in the finals of the first edition NSW vs Tri & Tob at Hyd-RGS on 23/10/09. In the tournament, CSK got the third position after South Australia and Warriors in the tournament to post three figure stands on two occasions.

On 15/09/10, CSK scored 137 runs for the third wicket between M Vijay and SK Raina s Wayamba and 104 runs between for the first wicket between MEK Hussey and M Vijay vs Warriors at Jo’burg on 26.09.10.

At Durban on 14/09/10, South Australia – 112 runs for the first wicket between M Klinger and at Durban on 17/09/10, DJ Harris vs Mumbai, 124 runs for the first wicket between M Klinger and DJ Harris vs RCB.

Warriors had scored 147 runs for the first wicket between DJ Jacobs and AG Prince vs Central Dists at Port Elizabeth on 18/09/10 and 104 runs for the second wicket between DJ Jacobs and CA Ingram vs South Aus at Centurion on 25/09/10. MEK Hussey and M Vijay added 104 runs for the first wicket to provide the fifth occasion of a three-figure partnership for the first wicket. The other four occasions are 121 runs between PJ Hughes and DA Warner of NSW vs Tri & Tob at Hyd-RGS on 16/10/09, 112 runs between M Klinger and DJ Harris of South Aus vs Mumbai at Durban on 14/09/10, 124 runs between M Klinger and DJ Harris of South Aus vs RCB at Durban on 17/09/10 and 147 runs DJ Jacobs and AG Prince of Warriors vs Central Dists at Port Elizabeth on 18/09/10.

CLT20 Final: Chennai Super Kings vs. Warriors


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