Latest Sports News Chennai Super Kings Beat Delhi Capitals
In the sport of Cricket, Devon Conway broke the third consecutive half-century and Moeen Ali took 3-13 as Chennai Super Kings recorded 91 wins in a row. Namely against Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League on Sunday. Chennai’s Super Kings hitter Devon Conway takes the advice of captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in handling the spinner. Helped him score his third consecutive goal for half a century in the Indian Premier League (IPL). As they beat the Delhi Capitals by 91 runs on Sunday. Wanindu Hasaranga went 5-18 and led Royal Challengers Bangalore to 67 wins over Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Conway’s 87 of 49 balls gave Chennai an impressive total of 208-6, with opening partner Ruturaj Gaikwad making 41. Conway usually plays sweeping strokes against spin bowling, but he’s on the hook. When he attempted one stroke against Royal Challengers Bangalore leg spinner Wanindu Hasaranga in their last game. A chat with Dhoni encouraged Conway to play more straight. And the New Zealander reaped the rewards against Delhi. Stepped out to hit spinners Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav for the top six in their opening over.
“I have to give MS credit tonight,” Conway, who is 87 following a score of 85 not out and 56, told Star Sports. “In the last game, I did quite a lot of sweeps and unfortunately left for playing sweeps.
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“Dhoni said to me, ‘I think people are going to try to give you a fuller bowl tonight. So maybe go out and try to hit them head-on. So he kind of gave me a guideline to try to execute that. That’s what I tried. do.” According to ESPN Cricinfo stats, Conway scored 54 runs from the 20 rounds he faced in the game as Chennai scored 208-6 in their 20 overs at DY Patil Stadium. British all-rounder Moeen Ali claimed three wickets for 13 runs in four overs to ensure champions Chennai sacked Delhi for 117 in 17.4 overs and sealed their fourth win in 11 games this season.
“I’m looking to play cricket and just judging where to put my feet. I have to give credit to MS [Dhoni], because I came out trying to play a clearance in the last game, and he told me to look at playing straight.” With three league games remaining for both teams, Delhi has 10 points and is at No. 5, while Chennai is eighth with eight points. Chennai, who underwent a captain change midway when MS Dhoni took over from Ravindra Jadeja. Only had a slim chance of qualifying for the playoffs but increased their net run rate and moved to eighth in the 10-team table.