Special Demand Of Harbhajan Singh And Mithali Raj To MS Dhoni Regarding His Retirement From IPL, Check Full Report

The Chennai team is playing brilliantly under Dhoni’s captaincy. The team has so far won seven out of 13 matches and has 15 points. The team has also lost five matches.

Dhoni’s team is second in the points table. CSK now has one more match to play: against Delhi Capitals at Feroz Shah Kotla. In such a situation, CSK must win that match to qualify for the playoffs. Dhoni has scored 98 runs in 12 matches with an excellent strike rate of 196 so far in the season.

Harbhajan Singh, the former off-spinner of the Indian cricket team, has given a shocking statement about Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Harbhajan Singh has suddenly created a sensation in the cricket world with his statement on Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Former India cricketer Harbhajan Singh has urged MS Dhoni not to break hearts and hurt the sentiments of his fans. He also added Dhoni should continue playing in the IPL as there is still a lot of cricket left in him.

Harbhajan said on Star Sports’ Cricket Live, “MS Dhoni has stopped the time. He still looks like the same old Dhoni. He is hitting those big shots, taking those singles. Though he is not running at his full pace, he is hitting those sixes with ease and still looks dangerous with the bat. MSD Don’t hurt our feelings. You should keep playing. Meanwhile, former India cricketer Mithali Raj has lauded the CSK skipper for keeping away the noise and helping the team do what it is known for, the consistency.”

Further, former Indian skipper Mithali Raj said, “When a player reaches the end of his career, there is a lot of noise. MS Dhoni shut out the noise brilliantly and slowly guided his team this season. He has helped CSK stay in the hunt for the top two spots so far. It’s not like that. Not only his captaincy but the on-field strategies made by him have helped CSK perform well. ‘He has made many smart moves in the tournament. Ajinkya Rahane is a perfect example of how a player revives himself under a good captain.”

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