The preparations for the UAE leg of IPL 2021 are going on in full swing. The team of 3-time champion Chennai Super Kings is also sweating heavily on the field. The players are seen in action. Meanwhile, during practice, MS Dhoni has put the bowlers under pressure by hitting long sixes. Team’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar has told that Mahi is in excellent form. Not only Dhoni but everyone is hitting sixes.
Mahi bhai is hitting long sixes
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The captain of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) could not perform much with the bat in the first leg of IPL 2021 played in India. But now it seems that Mahi is all set to rock the matches played in the UAE. In fact, his team’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar has told that MS is hitting long sixes in the practice match. Chahar said,
Mahi bhai hit long sixes. Not only Mahi bhai, but everyone is hitting long sixes. All the bowlers are under pressure.”
Best looking MS Dhoni in 3 years
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is counted among the best finishers in the world. He has retired from international cricket, but he is seen in action in the IPL. But from the last season, MS Dhoni’s form seems to have been lost somewhere. In IPL 2020, Dhoni scored 200 runs in 14 matches at an average of 25 and a strike rate of 116.27. After this, in the opening matches of IPL 2021, Mahi scored just 37 runs with a strike rate of 123.33 and a disappointing average of 12.33. But his fans are waiting for his explosive power hitting with the bat. From Deepak Chahar’s statement, it seems that the wait of the fans is about to end. Chahar added,
“I think Mahi bhai is batting really well. This is the best I have seen of him in three years.”
Dhoni to play the role of mentor in T20 WC
MS Dhoni said goodbye to international cricket on 15 August 2020. But in the upcoming T20 World Cup, he has been selected in the role of mentor. He will help the players by staying in the Indian dressing room. Let’s say,The UAE leg of the tournament will begin on September 19 with the match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians.