IPL 2021: Ambati Rayudu slams 20 ball fifty against Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings sets a massive target against Mumbai Indians

Chennai Super Kings batsman Ambati Rayudu  smashed an 20 ball fifty in the Match 27 of the ongoing IPL against Mumbai Indians (MI) and has etched his name in the record books. It is the second fastest fifty so far in IPL 2021 and also the fastest fifty in this season by any batsman of Chennai Super Kings (CSK). After the strong finish off Ambati Rayudu Chennai Super Kings gives a massive target of 219 runs to Mumbai Indians.

Chennai Super Kings batsman Ambati Rayudu  smashed an 20 ball fifty in the Match 27 of the ongoing IPL against Mumbai Indians (MI) and has etched his name in the record books. It is the second fastest fifty so far in IPL 2021 and also the fastest fifty in this season by any batsman of Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Scoring fifties has often been the benchmark of a good and classy batsman and we have witnessed some blistering and quickfire fifties so far in the IPL. Ambati Rayudu scored 72 runs in just 27 deliveries with the help of for boundaries and seven massive sixes.

Kieron Pollard dismissed Suresh Raina and Faf du Plessis in back-to-back deliveries. Moeen Ali edged a delivery from Jasprit Bumrah to wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock. He was dismissed for 58. Trent Boult dismissed Ruturaj Gaikwad in the first over itself. Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to field against MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League Match 27. Two changes for MI – Jimmy Neesham makes debut in place of Nathan Coulter-Nile, and Jayant Yadav makes way for Dhawan Kulkarni. CSK remain unchanged. But after the strong finish off Ambati Rayudu Chennai Super Kings gives a massive target of 219 runs to Mumbai Indians.

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