- Asmita Saxena
MS Dhoni Craze: MS Dhoni is one of the best captains in the Indian Premier League. He is the captain of the Chennai Super Kings. Under his captaincy, CSK won four titles so far.
This is the reason why CSK are the second-most successful team in the history of the IPL. The yellow brigade have also been one of the consistent teams in the IPL so far.
They have a terrific record of qualifying for the playoffs for the majority of the seasons. However, in the last season, things didn’t turn out well for them.
As a result, they failed to make it to the playoffs. In the end, they finished 9th on the points table as they could win only four wins and lost the rest of the ten fixtures.
MS Dhoni and Co are aware of their struggles and setbacks in the last edition. They will be looking forward to overcoming the challenges in the upcoming season of the IPL.
Chennai Super Kings will begin their IPL 2023 campaign on March 31. They will take on the defending champions, Gujarat Titans at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Meanwhile, MS Dhoni is expected to make a grand comeback to the field on March 31. Interestingly, the IPL 2023 opener between CSK and Gujarat Titans has been sold out.
As many as 100,000 fans are set to watch the game at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. It is well-known that Narendra Modi Stadium is also the largest stadium in the world.
The CSK captain is also making complete use of the team improving himself as he gears up for the next season of the IPL.
Not long ago, a video clip of MS Dhoni smashing a massive six in the nets has been doing the rounds on social media. MS Dhoni has played 234 games in the history of the IPL.
MS Dhoni has scored 4978 runs in the IPL and is only 22 runs shot from completing 5000 runs in the IPL. He has a superb batting average of 39.2.
On the other hand, the CSK captain has struck as many as 24 fifties to his name. His batting form saw a steady decline over the seasons.
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