CricketMS Dhoni: “Thala” Coolly Speaks Of His Future At Chennai Super Kings
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Dhoni takes over the steering wheel and guides the team to third victory of the season. As soon as the captaincy of Chennai Super Kings came back in the hands of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, one thing has been decided that the Mahi Era is not over yet.

As soon as he returned, the team also registered a 13-run victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad in a convincing method. When he was asked about the next season, he smiled and answered in maxim that is seen as a promising remark. According to him, one thing is clear that Chennai and his association is going to be as long as both are there.

He said, ‘You will definitely see me in the yellow jersey (next year). Whether it is the yellow jersey or any other yellow jersey, it is a different matter. Earlier, when he was asked to play in IPL 2021 after being out of the playoffs in 2020, he made a similar statement at that time also. He had said that the team would make a great comeback and he would be a part of the team. It happened exactly the same.

Chennai Super Kings became the champion of the 2021 season under the captaincy of Dhoni. When he reached the podium after winning the title match, Harsha Bhogle questioned him about this season. Even at that time he had said that he had not stopped playing yet. It depends a lot on the plan of the team and everyone knows that the plan of the team, Dhoni’s plan. It will be what he wants.

Talking about the match, openers Ruturaj Gaikwad and Devon Conway shared the season’s highest 182-run partnership for the first wicket and Mukesh Chaudhary’s four-wicket haul helped Chennai Super Kings beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs. It was on overall team performance that ensured the victory in grand style. Chennai scored 202 for two when Sunrisers Hyderabad asked them to bat first.

Gaikwad missed out on a century but played a wonderful innings of 99 off 57 balls which included six fours and six sixes. Conway played an unbeaten knock of 85 off 55 balls which included eight fours and four sixes. In response, Sunrisers could only manage 189 runs for six wickets in 20 overs despite the good effort of Nicholas Pooran.