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Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings

Match info: Indian Premier League at The Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai - League

Date: 10th May 2014 Umpires: H D P K Dharmasena and V A Kulkarni

20-over match

Home team and score Away team score

Mumbai Indians

157/6 (20.0 Overs)


Chennai Super Kings

160/6 (19.3 Overs)

Chennai Super Kings win by 4 wickets

  • Last Updated: May 10 2014, 22:16 BST

Chennai Super Kings beat Mumbai Indians by four wickets to move level on points with IPL leaders Kings XI Punjab.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Helped the Super Kings to victory
Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Helped the Super Kings to victory

Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit 22 not out from 12 deliveries to see the Super Kings to a target of 158 at the Wankhede Stadium.

Opener Dwayne Smith set up the pursuit with a 51-ball 57 but 11 were still needed heading into the final over, which started with two wides from Mumbai seamer Kieron Pollard.

Dhoni then hit a six to midwicket and slapped the next delivery through the covers to seal victory, completing a miserable day for Pollard who had earlier been dismissed for a golden duck.

The Indians made 157-6 after being sent in to bat, Ambati Rayudu top scoring with 59 containing four sixes, while Super Kings spinner Ravi Aswin claimed 3-30.

The result is Chennai's seventh win in nine matches this season and they trail the Kings XI, who have a game in hand, only on net run-rate.

Defending champions Mumbai are second from bottom of the eight-team league after their sixth defeat out of eight.

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