Decoding BCCI’s ‘Only Condition’ for Dhoni’s IPL Continuation

The long-serving legend of Indian cricket, MS Dhoni, may be able to continue playing in the IPL if the BCCI maintains the controversial impact player rule, according to former batsman Ambati Rayudu. The Indian Premier League season came to an end for Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings on Saturday as they lost to Royal Challengers Bengaluru by 27 runs in a highly anticipated southern derby in Bengaluru.
 
The five-time reigning champions required 17 runs in the final over to advance to the playoffs based on a higher net run rate, but bowler Yash Dayal kept his composure to enable RCB to win after being hammered for a massive six by Dhoni.
 
Rayudu later stated, “I don’t think this is his last game,” on Star Sports Cricket Live. He doesn’t seem to want to end on this note, in my opinion.” Dhoni shook hands with the opposition’s reserves and support personnel before discreetly leaving for the dressing room, even as the RCB players erupted into riotous celebrations.
 
“Even after he got out, he appeared a little frustrated,” Rayudu remarked. That is not at all like MS Dhoni, who only cared about qualifying and winning the match. However, with MS Dhoni, you never know; he might return next year.” Rayudu, who was a CSK player under Dhoni, introduced the BCCI.
 
He has the chance to come in those final few overs and really make an impact because of the impact player role as well. 
 
“We still want to see MS Dhoni play; hence, BCCI had better not eliminate the impact player role. Thus, BCCI is now in charge. Do we wish to watch MS Dhoni play? Even though Dhoni and company lost the match in misery, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) maintained their comeback with their sixth consecutive victory—an incredible accomplishment that propelled them from the bottom of the league to the playoffs.”

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