IPL 2019: MS Dhoni Will be Back for Us Next Season Says CEO of CSK Kasi Vishwanathan
The CEO of Chennai Super Kings, Kasi Viswanathan is of the opinion that CSK skipper MS Dhoni will be back for them in yellow for the 2020 season of IPL. Meanwhile, the CEO further gave his views that why he feels that MS Dhoni will return for them in Chennai Super Kings colours. During an exclusive interview with the New Indian Express, the CEO of Chennai Super Kings said that MS Dhoni is expected to return for the next season.
“We are confident he will come back. In the last two years, there were talks that he is not batting well, but statistically, he has had two great years. He had a stellar last season, and this time he did even better. And knowing him, he would do that for India in the World Cup too. He will definitely come back.”
He was further asked whether he feels the MS Dhoni-led CSK has been the most consistent team in the tournament. He said that the CSK squad broke the season into a couple of halves. They wanted to win at least 5 of their 7 home games which would have increased their chances of going through to the playoffs.
Meanwhile the former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni is expected to be one of the most important players for India in the showpiece event. Despite Dhoni being in the twilight of his career, he remains to be a huge strength for Team India and might also play the role of No 4 for India.
Coming back to the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League, it was Mumbai Indians who lifted their 4th IPL title after winning the final of the tournament against Chennai Super Kings by a solitary run. MS Dhoni proved to be the leading run scorer for CSK and was an important cog for them as they qualified for yet another final. There is certainly no doubt that MS Dhoni will be the most important player for India in the showpiece event.
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