IPL 2019: MS Dhoni Gives An Update On His Injury
It was yet another thriller in the Indian Premier League 2019. Both the sides involved in a tightly-contested game to put fans on edge of there seats. Once again, it was once again MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings, who ended up on the right side of things. Suresh Raina and Imran Tahir are the stars of the match.
In between, the team got a big blow, as MS Dhoni suffered back spasm. However, it seems like he would be fine in a quick time. Meanwhile, they sat at top of the points table inching closer to the playoff stage.
It is a bit tight now – MS Dhoni
Speaking after the match, the skipper of Chennai Super Kings Mahendra Singh Dhoni quoted that he got a bit of back spasm, which is troubling a bit for him. Further, Dhoni went on to add saying that he would be fine in a quick time.
”Got a back spasm. It’s a bit tight right now, hopefully it’ll get better. The bowling was very good and as a complete team we bowled really well. With Tahir getting us those timely wickets,” he said.
We bat deep, so took chances – MS Dhoni
Speaking of the match, he quoted that they have got depth in the batting line-up, which saw the top-order batsmen taking chances. He also spoke on Chris Lynn, who had a good day at the office.
Lynn had a good day but we kept taking wickets from the other end. We bat quite deep, so we have to take the chances. Depending on the opposition, we keep changing our plans. I wanted to go after the bowlers early and it paid off today. Me along with Raina, I think it was a good chase.
All in all, it was a brilliant day at the office for Chennai Super Kings. They comfortably thrashed Kolkata Knight Riders in their own den. Now, they will travel Hyderabad to take on Sunrisers Hyderabad for the first time in the tournament.
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