Chennai XI vs Mumbai XI Final at Mumbai, 25 Apr, 2010

Toss: Chennai Super Kings ,who chose to bat first
Chennai XI 168/5 (20)
Mumbai XI 146/9 (20)
Chennai Super Kings won by 22 runs
Man of the Match: Suresh Raina
  • CRD Fernando 2 * (2)
  • SL Malinga 1 * (1)

  Over 1.0   

Over 0.1: No runs. R Ashwin to S Dhawan, quicker and flatter in the air, goes back and pushes it to Ashwin.

Over 0.2: No runs. R Ashwin to S Dhawan, quicker and flatter in the air, tucks it off his pads to short fine leg.

Over 0.3: No runs. R Ashwin to S Dhawan, flighted delivery, flicks the drifter straight to forward squareleg.

Over 0.4: No runs. R Ashwin to S Dhawan, flighted delivery, goes back to defend it.

Over 0.5: No runs. R Ashwin to S Dhawan, quicker and flatter in the air, pushes it to the bowler.

Over 0.6: No runs. R Ashwin to S Dhawan, flighted delivery, goes back and works it to squareleg.

  Over 2.0   

Over 1.1: No runs. DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, pitched up delivery, eases the widish yorker towards covers.

Over 1.2: Single. DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, short and rising delivery, tucks it away to square fine leg for a single.

Over 1.3: Beaten! DE Bollinger to S Dhawan, short and rising delivery, attempts a cut shot and is done in by the extra bounce.

Over 1.4: He is Caught! DE Bollinger to S Dhawan, short and rising delivery, looks to play the forcing shot through the off side and the extra bounce from Bollinger produces the edge which is caught behind by MSD.

Over 1.5: Single. DE Bollinger to AM Nayar, good length delivery, drags his drive off the inside edge to mid wicket and picks up a risky run. Sachin was gone had the throw hit the stumps!

Over 1.6: Single. DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, pitched up delivery, strokes it to mid off and takes a risky run on the move.

  Over 3.0   

Over 2.1: No runs. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, quicker and flatter in the air, flicks it straight to mid wicket.

Over 2.2: Boundary! R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, quicker and flatter in the air, gets forward and across and sweeps it flat through backward squareleg for a boundary.

Over 2.3: No runs. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, flatter trajectory delivery,shuffles across and flicks it to short fine leg.

Over 2.4: No runs. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, flighted delivery, flicks it straight to mid wicket.

Over 2.5: Wide Ball. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, quicker and flatter in the air, fires that down the legside, wide given.

Over 2.5: No runs. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, flatter trajectory delivery, steps out too early and blocks it with his pads.

Over 2.6: Single. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, flighted delivery, nudges it to short thirdman and takes a comfortable single despite a direct hit.

  Over 4.0   

Over 3.1: No runs. DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, good length delivery, plays a free flowing drive on the up straight to square covers.

Over 3.2: Single. DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, short and rising delivery, drags his pull across the line to wide mid on and takes a risky run.

Over 3.3: No runs. DE Bollinger to AM Nayar, short and rising delivery, tucks it down to the left of the bowler.

Over 3.4: Single. DE Bollinger to AM Nayar, short and rising delivery, opens the face and fends it down safely to thirdman for a single.

Over 3.5: No runs. DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, good length delivery, gets an inside edge onto the body while trying to drive on the up.

Over 3.6: Beaten! DE Bollinger to SR Tendulkar, good length delivery, looks to play a forcing shot on the up but is taken aback by a slower one which kicks up outside off.

  Over 5.0   

Over 4.1: Single. R Ashwin to AM Nayar, flatter trajectory delivery, works the drifter to mid wicket and gets a single.

Over 4.2: No runs. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, flatter trajectory delivery, goes back and pushes it to cover point.

Over 4.3: Boundary! R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, full toss, drives it in the gap through extra covers for a boundary.

Over 4.4: Single. R Ashwin to SR Tendulkar, flatter trajectory delivery, goes back and pulls it to square fine leg for a single.

Over 4.5: Boundary! R Ashwin to AM Nayar, quicker and flatter in the air, drives it on the up through extra covers and gets a boundary on the decently fast outfield.

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