Later Mahendra Singh Dhoni Did what Mahendra Singh Dhoni does, that is, finish the match in the most explosive way, his Royal Challengers counterpart Virat Kohli Taking to Twitter to congratulate CSK’s beloved Thala.
Tagging MSD in a post, outgoing RCB and India captain Kohli said, “End the king is back, the greatest finisher ever in the game. Forced me to jump out of my seat once again tonight.”
Dhoni will mentor the Indian team for the T20 World Cup to be held in Dubai later this month.
Anddddd the King is back ️The greatest finisher ever in the game. Forced me to jump out of my seat once again tonight.@M S Dhoni
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) 10 October 2021
In today’s match, CSK chased down the target of 173 runs with two balls to spare, with Mahendra Singh Dhoni remaining unbeaten on 18 off six balls. Ruturaj Gaikwad scored 70 runs in 50 balls, while Robin Uthappa contributed 63 runs in 44 balls. For DC, Tom Curran took three wickets, while Enrique Nortje and Avesh Khan Everyone got one.
East, Prithvi Shaw Scored the most runs by scoring 60 runs in 34 balls while being the captain. Rishabh Pant And Shimron Hetmyer DC contributed an unbeaten 51 and 37 respectively after making 172 for 5 after being invited to bat. whereas Shikhar Dhawan (7) and Shreyas Iyer (1) was dismissed by Hazlewood within the powerplay, Akshar Patel (10) was promoted without much success. However, Shaw continued with his ‘see-the-ball, hit-the-ball’ formula as he dismissed Shardul Thakur for two sixes.
As he reached his half-century in just 27 balls, he was regularly punching holes in the off-side field, failing to achieve the desired distance while trying to loft Axar. Moeen Ali.
Josh Hazlewood was the pick of CSK bowlers with figures of 2/29 Ravindra JadejaDwayne Bravo and Moeen Ali took a wicket each.