Former CSK Player Explained Why Player Performs Better Under MS Dhoni Captaincy

Chennai Super Kings is one of the most successful franchises in the Indian Premier League. And we have witnessed that many veterans’ performance inclined tremendously under the leadership of MS Dhoni. Experts and fans expect this IPL season to be the last of their hero “Mahi” (MS Dhoni).

Recently, in an interview with the Star Sports ‘Cricket Live,’ former CSK player has explained why everyone has performed well under the leadership of MS Dhoni.

Former South African leg-spinner Imran Tahir recently spoke about the Chennai Super Kings team and their captain MS Dhoni’s role in nurturing young talent. Tahir stated that CSK is going through a transition phase, and Dhoni is preparing the team for the future by nurturing young talents.

“CSK is going through a transition phase. MS Dhoni is preparing CSK for the future; he’s nurturing young talents like Shivam Dube, Akash Singh, Tushar Deshpande, etc., for Indian cricket,” Tahir said on Star Sports ‘Cricket Live.’

Tahir’s comments highlight the importance of grooming young talent in cricket and the role experienced players like Dhoni play in this process. As one of the most successful captains in Indian cricket history, Dhoni is well-positioned to guide and mentor young players, and his efforts in this regard are commendable.

“The best thing about Dhoni is that he’s very approachable in the dressing room and at the hotel, which is why players flourish at CSK.”

CSK has a reputation for developing and promoting young talent, and this approach has served the team well over the years. By focusing on developing young players, CSK is preparing for the future and contributing to the growth and development of Indian cricket.

Chennai Super Kings will face Lucknow Super Giants on 3rd May 2023 at Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow, from 3.30 pm. And LSG will try their best to settle down the first match loss against CSK this season.

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