Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Dolphins CLT20 2014 Match 8 at Bengaluru: Dolphins off to a flyer but lost Morne van Wyk

Sep 22, 2014

Ashish Nehra started proceedings for Chennai Super Kings and the Dolphins were on it in a flash. The South Africans are born and bred on the pace and bounce in the Rainbow Nation and the ball was carted to all parts of the ground for the batsmen Morne van,Wyk and and Deport. After 20 runs came of the first over, more damage was in store and and Ravichandran Ashwin was treated with utmost disdain before the captian was adjudged leg before.

It was the eight match of the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) and the cricketing idioms belting the ball, carnage from the batsmen etc died a very tame death from the blood thirsty blades of Brendon McCullum and Suresh Raina and similarly beastly cameos from Faf du Plessis and Ravindra Jadeja down the order. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) simply feasted on a hapless Dolphins bowling attack and it was back to protecting their brittle heads with helmets for the Bengaluru crowd who turned out in large numbers to support their rivals across the border.

Things did not start all that well though. Dwyane Smith launched into the attack and it was a big six back over the bowler Keshav Maharaj’s head and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) was on the march. This was over the long on region. Maharaj again offered some flight and a hint of turn got the toe edge of Smith’s bat and the ball was high up in the air and and Khaya Zondo at long off.

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