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IPL 2023, CSK Vs LSG: MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings Beat Lucknow Super Giants By 12 Runs - In Pics

Ruturaj Gaikwad, Devon Conway and Moeen Ali turned up in style for Chennai Super Kings to help the team register a 12-run win over Lucknow Super Giants at their fortress - the M A Chidambaram stadium, in their opening home match of the ongoing IPL 2023. Orange cap holder Ruturaj Gaikwad slammed his second successive fifty and shared 110 runs for the opening wicket with Devon Conway (47 off 29) as CSK posted a commanding 217 for 7 after being sent into bat. Gaikwad, after his 92 in the opening game, smashed 57 off 31 with three fours and four sixes. Whilst bowling, Moeen Ali returned with fine figures of 4 for 26 from his overs to help CSK restict LSG to 205 for seven. Late hitting by Nicholas Pooran (32 off 18 balls, 2x4s, 3x6s) and a furious opening assault by his fellow West Indian Kyle Mayers (53 off 22 balls, 8x4s, 2x6s) went in vain for LSG.

IPL 2023: CSK vs LSG
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Ruturaj Gaikwad, Devon Conway and Moeen Ali turned up in style for Chennai Super Kings to help the team register a 12-run win over Lucknow Super Giants at their fortress - the M A Chidambaram stadium, in their opening home match of the ongoing IPL 2023. Orange cap holder Ruturaj Gaikwad slammed his second successive fifty and shared 110 runs for the opening wicket with Devon Conway (47 off 29) as CSK posted a commanding 217 for 7 after being sent into bat. Gaikwad, after his 92 in the opening game, smashed 57 off 31 with three fours and four sixes. Whilst bowling, Moeen Ali returned with fine figures of 4 for 26 from his overs to help CSK restict LSG to 205 for seven. Late hitting by Nicholas Pooran (32 off 18 balls, 2x4s, 3x6s) and a furious opening assault by his fellow West Indian Kyle Mayers (53 off 22 balls, 8x4s, 2x6s) went in vain for LSG.

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