Windies cricketer Kieron Pollard got into an altercation during the final over of the finals. "He got 6 stitches after the game.Got injured while diving but continue to bat without telling anyone", Harbhajan captioned the picture.
Chasing 150, CSK fell agonisingly short of clinching their fourth IPL title after they lost by just one run against Mumbai Indians in the finals, here at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Sunday.More news: Judge rules Robert Kraft spa video can not be used in court
Watson was one of just three Chennai players to reach double figures - the next best score was Faf du Plessis' 26 - and his eight fours and four sixes kept the Super Kings' hopes of another IPL title alive until they were cruelly dashed at the death. "That's our @srwatson33, nearly pulled it off for us last night", his status update read.
Mumbai thus won their fourth IPL title by one run. "It was quite a amusing game, we were passing the trophy to each other".More news: Omar al-Bashir charged over dead Sudan protesters
Chennai, the most consistent qualifiers in the tournament's history, are next on the list at 5/1 - though who knows what will become of MS Dhoni at the end of this year's World Cup, which may yet affect his team's dynamic. He smashed 80 runs off just 54 balls - a knock that included 8 fours and 4 sixes - before he got run-out with Chennai needing just four runs to win in two balls. In the final over, Watson departed as well, and Chennai finished their batting at 148/7 in their 20 overs.
Seamer Deepak Chahar (3/26), who had Sharma caught behind, returned and claimed the wickets of Hardik Pandya (16) and Rahul Chahar (0) in the 19th over. However, the Caribbean vent out his frustration in the form of hitting Bravo for 2 consecutive fours on the last two balls of the final over to take the three-time IPL Champions to 149/7 in allotted quota of overs. He had a tremendous average of 69.20 and strike rate of 143.86.More news: WhatsApp vulnerability allowed hackers to monitor voice calls via spyware