IPL 2018: Stephen Fleming Shares a Video of Fans Supporting MS Dhoni
Chennai Super Kings head coach, Stephen Fleming shared a video in which fans are crowding the team bus ahead of team’s game against Delhi Daredevils in Pune.
All the fans were seen supporting Chennai skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. It is well known that Chennai Super Kings and MS Dhoni enjoy a great fan following.
Chennai has received considerable support in Pune despite losing on their rights to host their matches in their city in the wake of Cauvery Water Dispute.
Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings registered their sixth win of the season, as they got the better off Delhi Daredevils by 13 runs. This win has helped the Chennai franchise in taking back their top spot on the points table.
The Men in Yellow was able to put 211 on the board, thanks to fine knocks by their opener Shane Watson, middle-order batsman Ambati Rayudu and MS Dhoni.
The Chennai captain scored an excellent 51* off just 22 balls to once again give a finishing touch to his side.
It was Dhoni’s third fifty of the season, as he has found his touch back. Many believed that MS Dhoni power-hitting capabilities were on the wane but we are witnessing a completely different avatar from the master.
Dhoni is coming up the order in the batting line-up. Hence, he is getting more deliveries to face which has made an enormous difference.
Moreover, it is also noted the wicketkeeper-batsman is batting with much more freedom. MSD is hitting the ball big, and he is hitting them clean.
MS Dhoni has once again found the middle of his bat which was missing in the last couple of seasons. The vintage Dhoni is back, and we all hope he continues to amaze us similarly.
There were never any doubts over his leadership skills, and he has once again led Chennai with all the aplomb.
Dhoni is still fit as a fiddle, and he is getting back to his prime form which is an enormous threat to all the other teams.
Stephen Fleming took to Twitter to share the video:
Concern that Dhoni hasn’t made the bus!! pic.twitter.com/dPP5NznCIU
— Stephen Fleming (@SPFleming7) April 30, 2018