IPL 2018: MS Dhoni puzzled for Chennai Super Kings’ strife opposite Rajasthan Royals

MS Dhoni in movement during an IPL 2018 match


After being banished from Chennai due to protests on a Cauvery waters issue, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) competence skip their skipper MS Dhoni when they take on Rajasthan Royals during their new home MCA Stadium, Pune, on Friday.

Dhoni missed a CSK use event in Pune on Wednesday. The 36-year-old had progressing harm his behind during a 44-ball dominant 79 opposite Kings XI Punjab during Mohali.

Despite scoring a stirring knock, a captain of two-time IPL champions unsuccessful to propel his group to a victory. Ravichandran Ashwin-led KXIP hermetic a nail-biting strife by 4 runs on Sunday. 

The wicketkeeper-batsman returned to his selected best though he had to compensate a cost for that. While scoring 6 bounds and 5 sixes in his important knock, Dhoni suffered a behind injury. 

Chennai have not released any matter about Dhoni’s aptness so far,  however, examination him blank a use session, one competence assume a earnest of a issue.

Even if he doesn’t confirm to skip a Rajasthan clash, Dhoni competence play as a batsman and Ambati Rayudu will get a possibility to keep a wickets for CSK.

Dhoni was underneath a lot of vigour physically and mentally as his behind started to harm during a match. It was during a innings when MS Dhoni perceived some diagnosis from CSK’s physiotherapist during a vital time-out and it was nothing other than Punjab’s internal child Yuvraj Singh who stepped in as good to comfort Dhoni. In a approach it was some-more of a provoke by a swashbuckler that rekindled a bromance that a twin had during their International cricket days. Take a look. (Read full story)

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