Cricket team is game and the advice of partner is important here. A winning example of this was seen in the match being played between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI). Chennai Super Kings, captained by Dhoni, chased down 163 runs in this match as Murali Vijay got the second blow. He was LBW on a personal score of just one run.
Murali Vijay, however, could survive on the ball he was dismissed in the second over. Actually, the ball was going outside the leg stump and when he asked fellow batsman Faf du Plessis, who was on non-striking end when the field umpire was given out, Faf also advised him to take DRS, but Murali felt that He is out and review may go bad.
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In such a situation, he did not take a review, while on TV replays, it seemed clear that if he had accepted the advice of Faf, he could carry on his innings and Chennai would not be in trouble. Let us know that before that, opener Shane Watson was out on LBW for just 4 runs. After Murali’s dismissal, CSK were reduced to two for 6.
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It is noteworthy that the strong batting order of the current winner Mumbai Indians could not score big against Chennai Super Kings in the first match of IPL-13. Mumbai have scored a respectable score of 162 runs after losing nine wickets in 20 overs after much effort. After a good start, Mumbai was expected to score big, but in the end Pollard also flopped and Hardik Pandya too.