MS Dhoni and his Chennai Super Kings received their fingers on their 5th Indian Premier League trophy as they defeated the defending champions Gujarat Titans within the closing conflict. Dhoni’s males chased down the revised goal of 171 runs in 15 overs as Ravindra Jadeja staged a superb comeback on the ultimate two deliveries. After the sport former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra has heaped reward on MS Dhoni and his Super Kings.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, Chopra said that it was Titans gamers who bagged the awards however the successful trophy went to the Super Kings. He then hailed Dhoni for his magic. “Think about it, Shubman Gill – Orange Cap, the top three wicket-takers are from Gujarat – Mohammad Shami, Mohit Sharma and Rashid Khan. But see who has the trophy, it’s Chennai Super Kings. That’s the beauty of MS Dhoni and the Chennai franchise. He can touch mud and convert it into gold,” Chopra stated on his YouTube channel.
Chopra then additionally put mild on CSK’s chase. Chennai wanted 171 within the 15 overs after rain curtailed the chase. CSK wanted a powerful begin and Chopra praised the openers. “When the chase began, it rained after three deliveries and there was a huge delay. The game was shortened to 15 overs. So, 171 runs in 15 overs was a 50-50 game for both the sides, but Ruturaj Gaikwad starts it, and then Devon Conway catches up and how,” he praised Gaikwad and Conway.
Chopra then said that Noor Ahmad introduced GT again into the competition together with his twin strike to ship each the Chennai openers again. This introduced a change within the momentum and CSK have been underneath some strain as Shivam Dube was not timing it effectively. But then again, Ajinkya Rahane took cost as he 27 off 13 to deliver CSK again.
“Was there a twist? No, it didn’t because Ajinkya Rahane and along with him Shivam Dube were there. Dube’s bat was not doing the talking but what a guy Ajinkya Rahane is. A flicked six, one straight down the ground and two fours off Rashid Khan’s last two balls (of his second over).” Chopra stated.
He additionally praised Rayudu for locating essential boundaries when strain rolled again to Chennai. “Ambati Rayudu was playing his last game – but he went six, four, six. He has been absolutely rocketing. Then Mohit Sharma dismissed him and MS Dhoni off the next ball. Mohammad Shami was good in the 19th over,” he stated.
“In the final over, Mohit Sharma executed excellent yorkers off the first four balls but 10 were required off the last two and they were scored. Ravindra Jadeja hits a straight six and then a four on the leg side and won them the match. This was something special,” Chopra added on Mohit Sharma’s closing over.