Jadeja,  Santner and Rahane  hand  Mumbai a drubbing

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Chennai Super Kings 159 for 3 (Rahane 61, Gaikwad 40*, Kartikeya 1-24) beat Mumbai Indians 157 for 8 (Kishan 32, Jadeja 3-20, Santner 2-28, Deshpande 2-31) by seven wickets


With Moeen Ali (unwell) and Ben Stokes (injured) missing, Ravindra  Jadeja and Mitchell Santner stepped up and dismantled Mumbai Indians'  middle order

Super Kings restricted Mumbai to 157 for 8, with Tushar Deshpande claiming the wickets of Rohit Sharma and Tim David. The Mumbai boy contributed to the bowling attack.


Mumbai's Ajinkya Rahane smashed a 19-ball fifty on his Super Kings debut, followed by a 27-ball 61, giving Ruturaj Gaikwad and other batters a comfortable target to chase a


Mumbai's bowling lacked depth and expertise due to the absence of Jasprit Bumrah (back injury) and Jofra Archer (precautionary measure) in the game.


 Rahane  surprised everyone with his boundary-hitting prowess during the  powerplay. In the fourth over, he smashed Arshad for five consecutive  boundaries - 6, 4, 4, 4, 4. 


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