Today we bring you the journey of CSK in IPL 2008. IPL 2008 or Indian Premier League 2008 was the inaugural edition of the BCCI run T20 league tournament and there were 8 participants in this edition. MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings was one of the 8 teams to have played the 2008 season hosted in home and away system of matches across the franchise’s home grounds. The MA Chidambaram Stadium based side would finish runners up in the 8 team tournament, as they’d win 8 while they would lose 6 in the league stage.
CSK in IPL 2008
|19-Apr||Kings XI Punjab||Mohali||Chennai Super Kings||33 runs|
|23-Apr||Mumbai Indians||Chennai||Chennai Super Kings||6 runs|
|26-Apr||Kolkata Knight Riders||Chennai||Chennai Super Kings||9 wickets|
|28-Apr||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Bengaluru||Chennai Super Kings||13 runs|
|2-May||Delhi Daredevils||Chennai||Delhi Daredevils||8 wickets|
|4-May||Rajasthan Royals||Jaipur||Rajasthan Royals||8 wickets|
|6-May||Deccan Chargers||Chennai||Deccan Chargers||7 wickets|
|8-May||Delhi Daredevils||Delhi||Chennai Super Kings||4 wickets|
|10-May||Kings XI Punjab||Chennai||Chennai Super Kings||18 runs|
|14-May||Mumbai Indians||Mumbai||Mumbai Indians||9 wickets|
|18-May||Kolkata Knight Riders||Kolkata||Chennai Super Kings||3 runs|
|21-May||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Chennai||Royal Challengers Bangalore||14 runs|
|24-May||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai||Rajasthan Royals||10 runs|
|27-May||Deccan Chargers||Hyderabad||Chennai Super Kings||7 wickets|
|31-May||Kings XI Punjab||Mumbai||Chennai Super Kings||9 wickets|
|1-Jun||Rajasthan Royals||Mumbai||Rajasthan Royals||3 wickets|
The India Cements owned and Kepler Wessels coached team played the tournament final of the edition as the team would go on to become one of the two most successful teams in Indian Premier League cricket.
Most Wickets for CSK In IPL 2008
Most Runs for CSK In IPL 2008
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