Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore share!!
April 26, 2012 11:46am CST
Hi friends, Rain played the spoilsport at Chinnaswamy stadium.The match between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore was cancelled due to heavy rains.People excepted a high voltage clash between the two teams because the last time it was a brilliant and thrilling contest between the two teams.It also mattered the position in the points table for both teams.Virat Kohli was the captain for that match and he will be very disappointed for not getting revenge .But both teams will be happy in sharing each point and have moved up in the points table.Could this 1 point make a turning point at the end of the league matches?
26 Apr 12
As you said it was expected to be become one of the most exiting match but rain washed the match away. It will be a great disappointing to all the IPL fans. Whether this 1 point make a turning at the end of the league matches can only tell at that time. But believe that it will as we can see that every team is shoulder to shoulder in the point table. So a differences of even a single point can judge the fate of a team.
28 Apr 12
Hi Rock, I was really expecting a clash between these two teams especially from Virat Kohli.He was the main reason for Rcb's loss to CSK when they faced in their previous match.He gave 28 runs in the 19th over which became a turning point in the game.In fact ,he was the captain of RCB for that match.But it went in vain,as rain washed out the game.It is going to be tough competition between the top teams for their spot in the playoffs .
• Guwahati, India
27 Apr 12
Hi sami, The match between Ryal Challangers Baglore vs Chennai Super King would surely have been worth viewing had the rain god not frowned upon the spectators. CSK as, would be favorite the RCB would give every thing to notch up the game and hence the game would have been a high voltage one. With the rain affected one the two teams shared points one one. Today it would be nice to see the game between DD and MI.