IPL 6: Chennai Super Kings win despite Kolkata Knight Riders' heroics

Australian batsman Michael Hussey smashed a stroke-filled 95 and effected a crucial run out as Chennai Super Kings survived a scare before eking out a 14-run win over Kolkata Knight Riders in a high-scoring IPL match at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium on April 28.Chennai Super Kings' Skipper MS Dhoni shaking hand with Kolkata Knight Riders' Captain Gautam Gambhir after CSK won the match at MA Chidambaram Stadium. (PTI)
Australian batsman Michael Hussey smashed a stroke-filled 95 and effected a crucial run out as Chennai Super Kings survived a scare before eking out a 14-run win over Kolkata Knight Riders in a high-scoring IPL match at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium on April 28.

Chennai Super Kings' Skipper MS Dhoni shaking hand with Kolkata Knight Riders' Captain Gautam Gambhir after CSK won the match at MA Chidambaram Stadium. (PTI)
Chennai Super Kings' players celebrate team's win over Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI)
Chennai Super Kings' players celebrate team's win over Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI)
Left-handed Hussey was in terrific touch as he batted with ease, taking just 59 balls for knock which was studded with 13 boundaries and led the hosts to a formidable 200 for three after invited to bat.Chennai Super Kings player Mike Hussey plays a shot. (PTI)
Left-handed Hussey was in terrific touch as he batted with ease, taking just 59 balls for knock which was studded with 13 boundaries and led the hosts to a formidable 200 for three after invited to bat.

Chennai Super Kings player Mike Hussey plays a shot. (PTI)
Chennai Super Kings' players celebrate team's win over Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI)
Chennai Super Kings' players celebrate team's win over Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI)
Manvinder Bisla batted brilliantly from one end but his efforts could only reduce the defeat margin. Bisla scored 92 off 61 balls with 14 fours and two sixes as Kolkata managed 186 for four.Kolkata Knight Riders' Manvinder Bisla and Brendon McCullum during the match. (PTI)
Manvinder Bisla batted brilliantly from one end but his efforts could only reduce the defeat margin. Bisla scored 92 off 61 balls with 14 fours and two sixes as Kolkata managed 186 for four.

Kolkata Knight Riders' Manvinder Bisla and Brendon McCullum during the match. (PTI)
Chennai Super Kings' Chris Morris celebrates his team's victory over Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI)
Chennai Super Kings' Chris Morris celebrates his team's victory over Kolkata Knight Riders. (PTI)

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