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- After Crushing Chennai, Former Cricketer Syed Kirmani Said On Dhoni’s Criticism Those Who Are Criticizing Dhoni, Take Pity On Him
Dubai5 hours ago
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored just 112 runs in 7 matches this season. He has returned from the IPL after a year away from cricket. Retired from international cricket in August this year. – File photo
- CSK is seventh in the points table. Chennai has lost 5 out of 7 matches
- Dhoni has scored only 112 runs in seven matches, which does not have a single half-century.
The three-time IPL-winning Chennai Super Kings have not performed well in IPL-13 so far. CSK is seventh in the points table. Chennai have lost 5 out of 7 matches. The team lost three consecutive matches after winning the opening match. After winning their 5th match, the team again lost two consecutive matches. At the same time, Dhoni has been able to score only 112 runs in seven matches, which does not include a single half-century. Dhoni and Chennai are being criticized on social media for their poor performance.
Former India wicketkeeper batsman Syed Kirmani lashed out at the critics, saying “I pity those who criticize Dhoni.” Kirmani said – Due to increasing age and long breaks, performance is affected. This phase is important in every player’s career. The way a player has time to reach altitude. Similarly, there is also a time for a player’s career to come down. It all changes over time.
Not to be forgotten, Dhoni is the best finisher at a time
He said- We should not forget that Dhoni was the best finisher of this game at one time. This season, he is playing after a long break. So their performance is being impacted. He is 39 years old. They will not be as agile as the youth. At the same time, the player remains under a lot of stress while improving his career. We should accept it.
Dhoni has returned from IPL after a year away from cricket.
Dhoni has returned from IPL in cricket after almost a year. He was away from cricket after the semi-finals of the ODI World Cup last year. He retired from international cricket in August this year.