Was Dhoni watching the spectacle standing at one end? CSK batsmen piled up like cards

IPL 2022: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) had to face an embarrassing defeat by 5 wickets in the IPL match played against Mumbai Indians (MI). This match has proved to be very terrible for Chennai Super Kings. In front of the deadly bowling of Mumbai Indians (MI), the team of Chennai Super Kings was bundled out for just 97 runs, after which Mumbai Indians scored 103 runs in 14.5 overs and won by 5 wickets.

Was Dhoni watching the spectacle standing at one end?

Questions are being raised about Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s batting in this match. Mahendra Singh Dhoni played a slow innings of 36 runs in 33 balls. Apart from this, standing at one end, he was watching the fall of wickets continuously. During this, Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not try at all to attack the bowlers of Mumbai Indians (MI). Due to Mahendra Singh Dhoni not batting quickly, the batsmen at the other end came under pressure and piled up like a pack of cards.

CSK batsmen piled up like cards

7 batsmen of Chennai Super Kings could not even cross the double figure. During this, Devon Conway (0), Moeen Ali (0), Robin Uthappa (1), Rituraj Gaikwad (7), Simranjit Singh (2), Mahesh Teekshana (0), Mukesh Chaudhary (4) have performed embarrassingly. Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored the highest 36 runs for Chennai Super Kings, which included 4 fours and 2 sixes.

Chennai Super Kings in ninth place with 8 points

This is the third win for Mumbai Indians (MI) this season and they remain at the tenth and last position in the points table with six points. At the same time, Chennai Super Kings is in ninth place with 8 points. Both the teams have played 12 matches so far.

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