RR vs CSK IPL 2014 Match 10 Result : Chennai beat Rajasthan by 7 Runs

RR vs CSK IPL 2014 Match 10 Result

In the match no. 10 of the season 7 of Indian Premier League (Pepsi IPL 2014), Chennai Super Kings (CSK) beat Rajasthan Royals (RR) by 7 Runs.

Having won the toss at the Dubai Cricket Stadium, Rajasthan Royals elected to field first and send Chennai Super Kings in to bat first.

Chennai had a good start with opener Dwayne Smith hitting a brilliant half century scoring 50 runs of just 28 balls. But other batsmen failed to score and at end Ravindra Jadeja’s unbeaten innings of 36 runs from 33 balls helped Chennai Super Kings to reach a score of 140/6.

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For Rajasthan Royals, Rajat Bhatia picked up two wickets while James Faulkner, Pravin Tambe and Stuart Binny took one wicket each.

Chasing a decent start, Rajasthan Royals lost few wickets early and were reduced to 44/4 in 6.5 overs. They never recovered and kept on throwing wickets. At a moment reach 100 runs looked difficult.

However, Dhawal Kulkarni hit a few sixes in the last over scoring unbeaten 28 runs but till then it was too late. Rajasthan Royals got all out for 133 in 19.5 overs.

For Chennai Super Kings, Ravindra Jadeja picked up 4 wickets, while Ishwar Pandey, Ben Hilfenhaus, Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohit Sharma picked up one wicket each.

Sir Ravindra Jadeja was named Man of the Match for his all round performance in the match.

Please find below detailed score scorecard of both the innings.

1st Innings Scorecard (Chennai Super Kings Batting) :

IPL 2014 Match 10 - Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Scorecard

2nd Innings Scorecard (Rajasthan Royals Batting) :

IPL 2014 Match 10 - Rajasthan Royals (RR) Scorecard


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