SRH vs CSK: Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit 102 meter long Gagan Chhoti for six, but could not break this record of Puran and Archer

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The 29th match of IPL 2020 is being played between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings at Dubai International Stadium. In this match, CSK batting first has shown a target of 168 runs in front of Hyderabad. During CSK’s innings, Dhoni scored 21 runs off 13 balls in which he hit 2 fours and a Gagan Chumbi six. With this six, Dhoni reminded his fans of the old Dhoni.

T Natarajan, who brought the 19th over of the innings, wanted to throw the yorker the fifth ball of the over, but he missed it. Natarajan put the fifth ball in front of Dhoni’s bat, on which he hit a 102-meter-long six in front. But despite this six, he could not break the record of Jofra Archer of Rajasthan and Nicholas Puran of Kings XI Punjab.

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In the IPL 2020, the record of hitting the longest six is ​​in the name of Puran, who hit 106 meters six, while Joffra Archer is in second place with 105 meters long six.

Longest Sixers in IPL 2020

Nicholas Pooran – 106 m

Joffra Archer – 105 m
Nicholas Pooran – 105 m
MS Dhoni – 102 m *
Shane Watson – 101 m

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After winning the toss and batting first, CSK’s team made changes to their opening pair today, sending Watson to Sam Curran with du Plessis. Curran gave CSK a brisk start by scoring 31 off 21 balls, but du Plessis returned to the pavilion on the Golden Duck. After both the openers were dismissed, Watson (42) and Rayudu (41) took over the innings and added 81 runs for the third wicket. After this, Dhoni scored 21 and Jadeja played an unbeaten innings of 25 off 10 balls to take Chennai to a score of 167 at the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs.

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