Gujarat Titans lose all 10 wickets for the first time in the history of the IPL in 2023.

On Tuesday, May 23, Qualifier 1 of the Indian Premier League 2023 took place at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. The Chennai Super Kings beat the Gujarat Titans. After setting a goal of 173 runs for the defending champions to reach, the team led by MS Dhoni was able to limit the team led by Hardik Pandya to only 157 runs in the second game.

Gujarat joined the IPL when two new teams were added to the event last year. Before Tuesday, there had not been a game in which Gujarat lost all 10 wickets since the IPL 2022. Before the last over of the chase, GT had lost nine wickets.

Their loss was certain, but Deepak Chahar made a great running catch on the last ball, which caused GT to lose their last wicket on the last delivery of the game. This was the first time GT had ever lost all of their wickets on the field.

Gujarat did not get off to a good start. Deepak Chahar sent opener Wriddhiman Saha back to the dugout in the third over after he scored 12 runs off 11 balls. Then, in the last over of the powerplay (the sixth), Maheesh Theekshana struck and got rid of the other team’s captain, Hardik Pandya, who failed to score big again.

Then, Dasun Shanaka teamed up with the in-form Shubman Gill to try to steady the game. He didn’t have much of an effect, though, because Ravindra Jadeja got rid of him. Wickets kept falling because the GT batters couldn’t work together to make a strong team in the middle. Gill had just made two hundred in a row, but Chahar got rid of him in the 14th over as GT was getting into trouble.

At the end of the game, all-rounder Rashid Khan gave his team the energy it needed, but it wasn’t enough because the CSK bowlers were at their best. Matheesha Pathirana gave away a lot of extra runs, but in the end he did well. On the last delivery, he got rid of Mohammed Shami, which led to Gujarat being all-out for 157 runs and CSK winning by 15 runs.

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