Chennai Super Kings’ MS Dhoni turned into the second captain after Virat Kohli to complete 6,000 runs as skipper in T20. He accomplished the accomplishment during CSK’s contest against Delhi Capitals whom they beat thoroughly.
Dhoni required only four runs to enter this selective club when he emerged to bat in the eighteenth over. He played the first ball softly and afterward hammered the bowler for a tremendous six to reach the milestone.
Dhoni strolled in after Shivam Dube was excused for 19-ball-32 and smashed 21 runs off eight balls with the assistance of one-four and two sixes, assisting the Super Kings with posting an overwhelming target of 209 for the Capitals to chase.
MS Dhoni Has A New Record In His Reach
Dhoni likewise has a new record in his reach as he is only nine runs behind the 5,000 runs mark in IPL. Assuming that he does as such, he will end up being the seventh individual to enter this elite club. Here is a portion of the names who have done this previously: Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, David Warner, Suresh Raina, and AB de Villiers.
CSK might have turned into the second side to get knocked out this season had they lost this game. Luckily, they beat DC and beat them extensively by 91 runs. A phenomenal 50 Devon Conway (87 off 49) trailed by a splendid bowling exertion by Moeen Ali (3/13) drove Chennai Super Kings to a persuading 91-run prevail upon Delhi Capitals in the 55th match of the IPL 2022 at the Dr. D.Y. Patil Stadium, here on Sunday.
MS Dhoni’s 2nd Win In 3 Games
This was CSK’s fourth success in the ongoing IPL season and they moved to the eighth spot, going above KKR on net run rate. The success additionally kept CSK alive for playoff games, even though their journey to the last four remains reliant upon an enormous cut of karma.
Conway’s splendid innings allowed Chennai Super Kings to score 208/6 of 20 overs. Aside from Conway, Ruturaj Gaikwad (41 off 33) and Shivam Dube (32 off 19) likewise made essential commitments with the bat for CSK. Batting down the order, M.S. Dhoni (21 off 8) and Moeen Ali (9 of 4) gave the finishing touches to Chennai’s innings.
Chasing a huge target, Delhi lost the wicket of K.S. Bharat (8) in the 2nd over of the innings. However, his opening partner David Warner dealt in boundaries and sixes to keep the run rate intact. However, wickets at regular intervals did not allow DC to make any comeback in the game. In the end, they were all out for 117.