IPL 2020: KRK Posts Disrespectful Tweet For MS Dhoni After CSK's Loss Against SRH
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IPL 2020: KRK Posts Disrespectful Tweet For MS Dhoni After CSK’s Loss Against SRH

MS Dhoni, KRK
MS Dhoni, KRK (Credits: Twitter)

Kamaal Rashid Khan, popularly known as KRK, has taken yet another shot at MS Dhoni. The controversial actor and critic rarely squanders any chance to slam the former India skipper and he was at it again when Chennai Super Kings lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad on Friday.

The defeat is the third consecutive one for the MS Dhoni-led side in the ongoing competition. This is the first time since 2014 that CSK have lost three games in a row. MS Dhoni remained at the crease till the very end, scoring an unbeaten 47 but could not prevent a seven-run loss for his side.

SRH, CSK, MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja [Photo-Twitter]
As usual the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman took his time early on before going for the big shots. But he once again left too many runs to score at the end and although he gave it his all, it was not enough. He was also seen struggling with fatigue during the run chase but continued to fight on the field and try to get his team through.

MS Dhoni was seen sitting on his knee as he was gasping for breath. And while he is being lauded from several quarters for his fighting knock, KRK was not impressed with it. Soon after the match ended, he took to Twitter to lash out at the legendary cricketer and told him to retire from the game gracefully.

He wrote his message in Hindi which roughly translates to:

“Brother MS Dhoni, no one becomes younger by dying his hair black. You run out of breath while taking two runs, which happens with everyone in old age. But who has told you to make a mockery of yourself by playing in old age. I was your fan once and I don’t like seeing you in this condition. Retire respectfully.”

KRK, MS Dhoni
KRK’s tweet for MS Dhoni (Credits: Twitter)

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