IPL: Rajasthan Royals beat the Super Kings, Mumbai Indians the Chargers

2010-03-29 00:00

THE Rajasthan Royals made it four on the trot as they beat the Chennai Superkings by 17 runs in the IPL yesterday. The Royals had Naman Ojha to thank, as he smashed 80 off 49 balls to help the Rajasthan outfit reach 177 for 8 in their allotted overs. Chennai Super Kings made 160 for 6 (Vijay 42, Tait 2-22).

In the second game yesterday, Harbhajan Singh’s all-round performance won the game for the Mumbai Indians against the Deccan Chargers. Singh blazed 49 not out off just 18 balls with the bat, before he took three wickets to dent the Chargers’ run chase.

Mumbai Indians 172 for 7 (Harbhajan 49*, Tendulkar 55) beat Deccan Chargers131 (Sharma 45, Malinga 3-12, Zaheer 3-21, Harbhajan 3-31) by 41 runs.

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