Michael Hussey remembered that special moment when MS Dhoni eyes became moist due to emotional

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been captaining this team in IPL since 2008. Under Dhoni’s leadership, the team won the title four times while making the most of the finals nine times. Although Dhoni handed over the command of the team to Jadeja this year, this all-rounder could not handle the burden of captaincy and in the middle of the season, he handed over the captaincy back to Dhoni.

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Under Dhoni’s leadership, CSK won the first title in 2010 by defeating Mumbai Indians in the final, after which the team won a total of three more titles, but the team also went through a bad phase during this period when he was banned for two years. Was. CSK were banned in 2016 and 2017 due to 2013 IPL spot-fixing.

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In 2018, this team made a comeback and Dhoni won the team the third title. Former CSK star Michael Hussey was appointed the team’s batting coach in 2018. The player now talks about his favorite moments in the CSK jersey. He recalled Dhoni’s encouraging speech at the start of the 2018 season and said that the captain had tears in his eyes, which were proof of the start of a “special” season.

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Hussey speaks to Matthew Hayden in the ‘Super Reunion’ video shared by CSK, “I don’t think I have that memory, but we see these championship-winning pictures on the wall… I think maybe 2018 Season. We were out because of a two-year ban. We came back and I remember MS giving a speech at the beginning of the season. During that time he really started shedding tears, his eyes were rolling and I remember is, ‘Something special is happening here.’

He further added, “It was a special season. When you think of that season, you go to bed. It was almost like what it was supposed to be after coming back in the IPL. MS has played incredibly well throughout the season. Well played. It was just a special time.”

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