On Tuesday at MA Chidambaram Stadium, the brilliant Marcus Stoinis scored his first century in the Indian Premier League, leading the Lucknow Super Giants to a stunning six-wicket victory over the Chennai Super Kings. LSG, seeking an impressive 210, confronted an overwhelming errand after the ever solid Quinton de Kock lost his wicket without scoring, driving LSG to elevate all-rounder Marcus Stoinis to the undertaking.

Reimbursing confidence, Marcus Stoinis changed himself at the wrinkles, overcoming CSK’s unerring bowling assault and playing an entrancing knock of 124 unbeaten off 63. Breaking CSK’s home fortress (Chepauk) record, Stoinis scored one of the season’s best goals. Stoinis crushed CSK bowlers for six sixes and 13 fours in his fascinating knock, playing intelligently while maintaining the pace and scoring rate.

When asked to bat earlier, CSK skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad scored 108* and 60 to lead his team to a great total of 210/4. Shivam Dube likewise smacked 66 off 27, fashioning a 104-run stand with captain Gaikwad. The exhilarating triumph for LSG places them in the fourth spot in the IPL standings.


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