Vinay Kumar Defends Himself After Fans Lash Out At Him For Poor Last Over

IPL 2018: Vinay Kumar Defends Himself After Fans Lash Out At Him For Poor Last Over

IPL 2018: Ravindra Jadeja celebrates after hitting Vinay Kumar for a six and successful the fit for CSK. © BCCI

Chennai Tremendous Kings’ (CSK) homecoming victory on the MA Chidambaram Stadium used to be completely scripted through Sam Billings’ 23-ball 56 run and Ravindra Jadeja’s second-last ball six that noticed CSK pull off a mystery towards Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in an Indian Premier League (IPL) fit on Tuesday. The hosts wanted 17 runs within the final over when Dinesh Karthik, KKR captain, passed over the ball to Vinay Kumar to lend a hand his workforce recover from the victory line. Then again, stars weren’t beneficial because the bowler began off with a no-ball, which used to be hit for a most through Dwayne Bravo. Drive fastened on Vinay Kumar as he persisted to leak runs and used to be clobbered for a towering six through Jadeja that noticed CSK win the fit through 5 wickets. Quickly after the fit, fanatics took to Twitter to precise their displeasure at Vinay Kumar’s efficiency.

In the meantime, the KKR bowler additionally took to Twitter and requested the fanatics to stay their calm as ‘on occasion issues do pass incorrect’.

Karthik-led KKR had placed on a mammoth 202, courtesy some lusty blows from West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell, who remained unbeaten on 88 off 36 balls.

Chasing 203, Shane Watson (42 off 19) and Ambati Rayudu (39 off 26) gave the house workforce a dream get started ahead of KKR struck with wickets and minimize their momentum.

However Billings and skipper MS Dhoni (25 off 28) stored their possibilities alive with a 54-run stand for the fourth wicket.

After Dhoni departed, Billings took the assault to the opposition and took CSK nearer to the victory as Jadeja and Bravo’s good cameos helped their workforce sign in a hard-fought win.

Temporary rankings: Chennai Tremendous Kings 205/five in 19.five overs (Sam Billings 56, Shane Watson 42; Tom Curran 2/39) beat Kolkata Knight Riders 202/6 in 20 overs (Andre Russell 88, Robin Uthappa 20; Shane Watson 2/39)

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