LSG vs CSK: MS Dhoni plays brilliant inning of 28 runs in 9 balls on his IPL anniversary

Since letting Ruturaj Gaikwad take over as captain, MS Dhoni has been able to freely showcase his batting skills in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. He displayed his excellent form from the tournament on Friday, April 19, against KL Rahul’s CSK. The Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow was the scene of the action. In order to keep the spectators entertained, Dhoni also blasted a 101-meter long six.

CSK and Dhoni celebrated their 16th anniversary with this IPL. At the PCA Stadium in Mohali on April 19, 2008, the Super Kings defeated Kings XI Punjab, currently known as Punjab Kings, by a score of 33 runs. Before James Hopes caught him, Dhoni scored two runs while batting at number four.

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In reference to the match against LSG, Super Kings finished their innings at 176 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs thanks to Dhoni’s unbeaten 28 runs off 9 balls, which included two fours and as many sixes. After Moin Ali was removed by Ravi Bishnoi in the 18th over, Dhoni, 42, took to the batting at number eight. Using his long handle well, he quickly extended the innings with several forceful blows.

Against left-arm fast bowler Mohsin Khan in the last over, Dhoni struck first for a boundary through deep extra cover and then struck a massive six that flew 101 metres into the stands. Yash Thakur, who has five wickets in the IPL, was the target of Dhoni’s wrath in the final over. The seasoned player made sure CSK scored 19 runs in the final over.

As of right now, Dhoni has struck 65 sixes in the IPL’s 20th over, demonstrating his impact and brutality. Dhoni has scored 87 runs at a strike rate of 255.88 in 5 games in the current T20 competition. In the IPL, he has also amassed 5000 runs while serving as a wicketkeeper.

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