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1st Semi final-Chennai Super Kings vs Bangalore Royal Challengers Champions League Cricket 2010 Add Video

Chennai Super Kings once again proved that they are the champions of Indian Premier League by recording a comfortable victory against Bangalore Royal Challengers. Chennai won the toss and decided to bat, had a very steady but not so fast start till the rain stop play. But after play resumed and match was reduced to 17 overs they were gaining the pace and went for a huge total. Suresh Raina who scored unbeaten 94 runs just in 48 balls was the leading player of Chennai Innings. Vijay also gave him a good help and at the end Chennai put very good total of 174 on board. Bangalore who was required to score 176 to win according to D/L method, didn't even come close to it. From the very first over they were struggling it was a matter of time before they gave up. The opener Pandey was the only player who did his job and none of the other batsmen gave him support. The maximum score was 15 and only three batsmen other than Pandey got double figures. It was a sad end for Bangalore after having impressive tournament. But their champions are proved to be too much for them. So Chennai will now meet the winners of the match between Warriors and South Australia in the Final.

Posted by anccricket on September 27, 2010 at 11:18 PM 1092 Views

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