Champions League Twenty20 Roundup
The Champions League Twenty20 continued in India as Trinidad & Tobago took on Brisbane Heat at the JSCA International Cricket Stadium in Ranchi.
In the second game of the day, Chennai Super Kings were up against the Titans of South Africa at the same venue.
But who came out on top on Matchday 5 of the tournament? Read on to find out more.
Chennai Super Kings Downsize Titans with Four-Wicket Triumph
Suresh Raina and Michael Hussey were the stars of the show as Chennai Super Kings delivered a statement of Champions League intent with a four-wicket victory over the Titans at the JSCA International Cricket Stadium in Ranchi.
Set a target of 186 by the Titans, with AB De Villiers hitting 77 and Henry Davids 52, CSK took full advantage of a track with spring and pace.
Hussey and Raina each scored 47 runs as Chennai took full control of the game, with the pair adding 89 runs for the second wicket.
Chennai had lost opener Murali Vijay for a duck, but the second-wicket partnership was made of sterner against a weak Titans attack.
And both Hussey and Raina were able to give Chennai a robust opening to their innings to set up the win even though Mahendra Singh Dhoni could manage just seven runs on his homecoming.
Trinidad and Tobago Captain Denesh Ramdin Cools the Brisbane Heat
Trinidad and Tobago captain Denesh Ramdin proved to be the star of the show as he guided his team to a 25-run victory over the Brisbane Heat.
Ramdin remained cool under pressure in his innings for Trinidad, hitting a respectable 48 while the rest of his team failed to progress beyond 20 runs.
Opener Evin Lewis came closest with his knock 19 before falling to the bowling of Alister McDermott, who took four wickets for 37 runs as Trinidad closed their innings at 135 for nine.
It was a modest total for the Heat to catch, but Ramdin kept Trinidad in control of the game with his bowling selections.
Ravi Rampaul took a haul of four wickets for 14 runs off 3.4 overs, while Rayad Emrit and Sunil Narine claimed two wickets each as the Heat finished on a total of 110 all out from 18.4 overs.
Joe Burns was top scorer for the Heat with 45 runs from 43 balls.