Chennai Super Kings show power and consistency, enter IPL final for the sixth time
New Delhi: Chennai Super Kings beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by three wickets to storm into the final of the IPL 2015 where the side face Mumbai Indians again.
Chennai Super Kings team is defined by its calm and consistent performance. He was on a big screen once again on Saturday that the vanquished side Challangers Bangalore Royal by three wickets in the second qualifying match of the IPL 2015 to enter the final of the tournament for the sixth time.
The champions in two chased 139 with one ball to spare to record their third win against Bangalore in the current edition of the IPL. Victory may have come with one ball to spare, but the victory itself was enough to highlight the right side why MS Dhoni-led is the most feared in every edition of the tournament. Bangalore, in particular, have more to fear from the side after their latest defeat.
Chennai have now won 12 and lost only seven matches played against Bangalore in all editions of the tournament. The percentage of 63.15 wins is the highest for a single team against another opposition.
A team with the right combination of individual artists and combine a unit, Chennai topped stages of the league this year. The side lost one qualifier in Mumbai Indians but have now taken the backswing. With players like Ravichandran Ashwin – first pitcher with 90 wickets for Chennai – and Dwayne Bravo – the highest wicket taker with 24 scalps this season, the team hopes to go past Mumbai Indians this time and seal their third title IPL.