There has been a bad news for Chennai in the ongoing exciting fight between Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai SuperKing. Needing 203 runs to win CSK team needed to bowl first before winning the toss. Ambati Rayudu and Shane Watson started the innings in smoky style.
Both shared a 75-run partnership for the first wicket. But after this the team lost their second wicket to a score of 85 runs. The third wicket of the innings also fell soon. During this time, the team car rate rate was also reduced.
Raina can not do anything special
After the first wicket, Raina got into the ground to handle the helplessness of the team in the field. Raina also disappointed the team with his performance. Raina scored 14 runs in 12 balls. During this time, Raina also got one six. But he has not yet returned to his old form. For which he is recognized in the IPL. Let’s tell that Raina’s name is the highest score in IPL. Raina has scored 4544 runs in IPL.
Serious injury to Raina
Raina was feeling very comfortable in his second match. Because of the injury, he was feeling a lot of difficulty running. During this he sat on the pitch and opened the leg and started looking at the muscles. However, after this, he was caught out by Sunil Narine in the next ball at Vinay Kumar. But during the match, Raina was struggling to get runs, which was clearly visible.
When Raina was going out to the pavilion after being dismissed, he was struggling to walk. Explain that Raina has not been able to perform any particular performance of IPL in both of his matches so far. In the meantime, their injury is not appropriate for the team and for them.
Great damage to the team
Raina, who is suffering from poor form, has suffered serious injury during the match. It was supposed to be with Raina’s gesture. Now it is being speculated that due to injury, Raina may have to rest in some IPL matches. Two things are certain that Raina can be rested after the doctor’s examination. Because the injury to Raina is not minor. If this happens then there will be major damage to Chennai.