IPL 2021 Playoffs, CSK vs DC: Full List of Award Winners, Post Match Presentation Highlights of Qualifier 1

Dhoni

who
had
been
facing
a
lot
of
criticism
for
his
sluggish
batting
performances
in
the
ongoing
tournament

showcased
great
composure
and
game
awareness
to
help
his
team
cross
the
line
in
a
nail-biting
last
over
finish.
With
24
required
from
the
last
12
deliveries,
CSK
found
themselves
under
pressure
when
set
Ruturaj
Gaikwad
was
dismissed
for
70
on
the
first
ball
of
the
19th
over.
Dhoni
stunned
all
with
his
decision
to
promote
himself
ahead
of
Ravindra
Jadeja

who
has
proven
his
credentials
as
a
match-winner
as
well
as
a
finisher.

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The
40-year-old
played
his
first
ball
as
a
dot
but
hit
Avesh
Khan
for
a
six
on
the
very
next
delivery
to
get
off
the
mark
and
release
some
pressure.
With
13
required
off
final
six
deliveries,
Delhi
Capitals’ skipper
Rishabh
Pant
gave
the
ball
to
Tom
Curran
for
the
final
over
and
the
English
pacer
dismissed
compatriot
Moeen
Ali
on
the
first
delivery.
But
that
also
ensured
Dhoni
was
on
strike
and
the
veteran
made
Curran
pay
as
the
wicketkeeper-batsman
finished
the
game
with
two
balls
to
spare.


Here
are
the
highlights
from
the
post-match
presentation
ceremony
of
DC
vs
CSK,
Qualifier
1
in
2021:


Full
List
of
Award
Winners
(Prize
Money
INR
1
Lakh
for
every
award)


Man
of
the
match:

Ruturaj
Gaikwad
(CSK)

70
off
50
balls


Vivo
perfect
catch:

Shreyas
Iyer
(DC)

Catch
to
dismiss
Robin
Uthappa
(CSK)


Safari
Super
Striker:

Prithvi
Shaw
(DC)

60
off
34
balls

strike
rate
of
176.47


Dream11
Game
Changer:

Ruturaj
Gaikwad
(CSK)


Unacademy
Let’s
Crack
It
Sixes
Award:

Prithvi
Shaw
(DC)

3
sixes


CRED
Power
player:

Robin
Uthappa
(CSK)


UPSTOX
Most
Valuable
Asset:

Prithvi
Shaw
(DC)

What
the
captains
and
man
of
the
match
said:

Rishabh
Pant
(DC),
losing
captain:
Obviously,
it’s
very
disappointing,
don’t
have
enough
words
to
describe
how
we
are
feeling
right
now.
The
only
thing
we
can
do
is
rectify
our
mistakes
and
move
on
to
the
next
one.
I
thought
that
Tom
bowled
beautifully
throughout
the
match,
last
over
unfortunately
went
for
runs.
I
thought
the
bowler
who
is
having
a
great
day,
it’s
better
to
use
him
for
the
last
over.
I
thought
the
score
was
decent
but
they
got
off
to
a
flier
in
the
powerplay
and
we
didn’t
get
enough
wickets
and
that
was
the
main
difference.
As
a
cricketer,
we
are
going
to
rectify
our
mistakes,
gonna
learn
from
it
and
move
on
to
the
next
one.
Hopefully,
we
can
win
and
play
the
final.

MS
Dhoni
(CSK),
the
winning
captain:
It
was
a
crucial
innings.
They
were
using
the
bigger
boundary
very
well.
Nothing
special,
just
watch
the
ball
and
hit
the
ball.
I
haven’t
done
a
lot
in
the
tournament.
So
you
want
to
get
that
out
of
the
system.
If
you
are
batting
well
in
the
nets,
just
look
for
the
ball,
what
are
the
variations,
where
the
bowler
could
bowl.
Other
than
that
there
was
nothing
much
in
the
mind.
If
there
are
too
many
things
floating
around,
it
becomes
difficult
to
watch
the
ball.
We
are
one
side
that
hasn’t
done
that
a
lot
(about
sending
others
over
Jadeja).
Even
with
Deepak,
we
bat
till
9.
With
the
way
Shardul
has
been
batting
recently
or
even
Deepak,
both
can
contribute.
When
a
batsman
goes
in,
he
will
think
twice
before
hitting
the
first
ball
for
a
boundary,
but
if
a
Shardul
or
a
Deepak
goes
in,
they
can
look
to
get
a
boundary
from
the
first
ball.
And
even
they
get
one
or
two
hits
away,
it
could
be
a
big
impact
because
the
run
difference
is
only
15-20
runs.
He
(Uthappa)
is
somebody
who
likes
to
bat
up
the
order.
Mo
has
done
very
well
for
us
at
3.
So
we
have
left
it
open.
Whoever
gets
out,
one
of
you
will
bat
at
3.
We
have
just
left
it
to
god
how
we
decide
that
(smiles).
We
have
to
(leave
it
to
god)
because
we
can’t
decide.
Depends
on
which
opener
gets
out
against
which
opposition
we
are
playing.
I
had
a
conversation
with
him
(Ruturaj)
after
one
of
the
games.
It
was
around
why
should
an
opener
bat
only
till
the
10th
over.
Why
not
till
the
18th
over.
He
is
somebody
who
plays
authentic
shots.
He
is
a
good
talent.
It’s
the
full
team.
It
was
tough
when
we
didn’t
qualify
last
time.
Emotions
were
high.
Credit
goes
to
the
support
staff
and
everyone
in
the
team.


Ruturaj
Gaikwad,
Player
of
the
Match:

It’s
just
normal

(on
what
was
the
thinking
before
a
big
game).

Just
go
through
normal
routines
whatever
you
have
been
following
throughout
the
tournament
and
just
try
and
stay
neutral.
Each
and
every
game
you
start
from
0,
so
it’s
important
to
start
again
and
start
fresh
and
be
up
for
a
challenge
whatever
it
is.
Powerplay
was
a
crucial
stage
and
the
wicket
was
holding
a
little
bit.
We
had
to
get
off
to
a
good
start.
Robin
batted
really
well,
he
took
on
the
bowlers
and
it
got
a
little
bit
easier
for
me
to
stay
till
the
end
and
bat
throughout
the
innings.
At
times,
you
have
to
take
the
odd
risk.
I
plan
for
2-3
overs,
think
of
who
is
likely
to
bowl
and
who
I
can
target,
big-short
boundary,
who
I
can
target
better.
You
have
to
be
crystal
clear,
go
through
the
process,
take
one
over
at
a
time
and
ensure
that
the
required
rate
doesn’t
go
up
too
much
and
take
it
deep.
Every
time,
Dhoni
tries
to
encourage
me
and
start
afresh
every
game.
Learn
from
every
game
and
move
forward.
He
said
to
try
and
finish
the
game.
It
is
what
separates
good
players
from
normal
players.
I
am
just
looking
to
learn
as
much
as
possible
till
he
is
here
and
stay
humble.

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