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Coetzee beats MS Dhoni to evoke 131.8 dB cheer from crazy Mumbai Indians fans

Coetzee beats MS Dhoni to evoke 131.8 dB cheer from crazy Mumbai Indians fans

Hardik Pandya won the toss and choose to field first in MI vs CSK

When the two powerhouses of the Indian Premier League- Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings meet, the emotions are bound to run high. Winning the toss ahead of MI vs CSK game, the newly appointed Mumbai Indians skipper Hardik Pandya chose to field first.

Mumbai Indians are coming into this game as favourites and the support from the home crowd is one of the major reasons for that. This was certainly visible as the Mumbai crowd broke the sound level with 131 dB in the meter as Gerald Coetzee dismissed Ajinkya Rahane. Prior to this, Dhoni held the record for the loudest cheer so far in IPL 2024, with the noise level at Chepauk shooting up to 130 dB when Thala walked out before the toss in CSK vs RCB.

Chennai Super Kings sprung up a surprise with a sudden change as Ajinkya Rahane opened for CSK. Ajinkya Rahane opened with a sweeping boundary off Mohammad Nabi, but in the following over, he pushed Gerald Coetzee straight to mid-on, dismissing him for 5 off 8.

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