IPL 2024: Hundreds from Shubman Gill and Sai Sudarshan helped Gujarat Titans beat Chennai Super Kings by 35 runs

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Gujarat Titans returned to winning ways, beating defending champions Chennai Super Kings by 35 runs at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

GT’s opening pair of Shubman Gill and Sai Sudarshan were the stars of the show as the pair overcame Chennai’s stuttering bowling, improved their batting and set the record for the highest opening stand in the history of the tournament with 210 runs. Running position.

Gill and Sai Sudarshan

With a massive partnership of 210 runs, the Titans set a target of 232 runs, which may seem low considering the number of runs they have achieved during the season.

In the powerplay, substitute Sandeep Warrier and experienced Umesh Yadav were able to give the Titans the start they needed to put pressure on CSK with the ball. The duo managed to pick up a wicket each and had to dismiss Ajinkya Rahane and Rudharaj Gaekwad respectively, while Rachin Ravindran was in the powerplay and took three wickets.

Chennai’s middle-order batsmen Daryl Mitchell and Moeen Ali scored 109 for the visitors, while New Zealand scored 63 (34) and England scored 56 (36). )

However, GT’s bowling unit Mohit Sharma returned to form with three wickets in just 31 runs to defeat his former team.

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