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According to Dhoni, contrasting power plays made the difference

The middle overs are typically where Chennai Super Kings' bowling shines, taking away the momentum from an opponent's inning. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a half-century in just 26 balls, giving Rajasthan Royals a commanding 64/0 lead after the powerplay. This is his third half-century in five innings against CSK. In an effort to maintain the momentum started by the first six overs, he kept attacking. CSK had the Royals at 139/3 after 15 overs when they attempted to regain control with some tight bowling.

The Royals had only reached 153/4 by the end of the 17th over and had also lost Shimron Hetmyer. The Royals scored 49 runs in the final three overs to finish with the first-ever 200-plus total at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. At this point, CSK would have entertained hopes of keeping the Royals under 180, but that wasn't to be. Dhruv Jurel (34 off 15) and Devdutt Padikkal (27* off 13) provided a blitzy finish.

In this game, the Royals scored 64 and 63 runs, or 62.87 percent of their total, during the powerplay and the death (16-20), respectively. In the middle overs of CSK's chase, they performed admirably, scoring eight runs more than the 75 runs the Royals had amassed in their innings. However, the two teams' performance in the powerplay and the death set them apart from one another. CSK fell far short of the mark, dropping their sixth match in seven encounters with the Royals since 2020. They scored 42 with the bat in the first six overs and 45 in the final five overs.

MS Dhoni, captain of the Super Kings, also mentioned that RR's powerplay batting was the game's defining moment in an interview with broadcasters following the game. It scored significantly higher than average. The reason was that we gave away too many runs in the first six overs. Simultaneously the wicket was ideal to bat on at that period. After that, our bowlers bowled well in the middle overs, but even as we finished, a few edges hit boundaries and kept adding runs to the score. If I just go through it, at least five or six boundaries with edges were present, and that had a significant impact on the score. We were unable to get off to a good start in the first six overs, and I believe they got a par-plus score."

This game proved to be costly for Matheesha Pathirana, who gave up 48 runs in four overs without taking a wicket. In the final two overs, he bowled, allowing 33 runs to be scored. However, Dhoni defended him. Because you don't look at the scorecard, you have to accept it. How the ball was delivered, where it was, and where the boundary went are what you are observing. These factors assist you in making better choices, and I thought his bowling was excellent; it wasn't like he bowled poorly. Yes, the batsmen will play the big shot in a few deliveries, but other than that, I don't think the scorecard really shows how well he bowled."

Dhoni also praised Jurel and Jaiswal for their batting, reiterating that the first six overs were crucial. Yashasvi's batwork was excellent; it was crucial to attack the bowlers, and I believe he took calculated risks. It believed it was somewhat simple with our bowlers since they needed to survey concerning what is a decent length to bowl. As captain, you can initially inform them that you prefer to be slightly shorter."

"Yet, it's extremely challenging to work out with regards to what is that more limited side. Therefore, I believed that initially we gave away a few excessively broad (on the fuller side) boundaries, and that now you are catching up. Nevertheless, I thought Jurel batted well in the final few overs and Yashasvi batted well at the top. However, he added, "I think it was in the first six that took the game away from us."

Stephen Fleming, the Super Rulers lead trainer, felt the group couldn't get moving in their batting innings as the Royals' bowlers utilized the difference in speed to great impact toward the beginning. " We couldn't get any momentum in the first six overs because we were up against a team that took the pace off the ball. Devon] Conway is in exceptional structure too however he was unable to start off, the beat of the innings was slow. And afterward when we attempted to get the game up we committed errors. This is just good bowling under pressure. We were successful in using Dube to gain some forward momentum and give ourselves a small advantage, but it was always too far.

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