Undoubtedly, this year’s IPL is the worst tournament in the history of Chennai Super Kings. As if nothing is going right with Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s forces.
Whether batting or bowling – the skeletal condition of the team is coming out again and again. Everyone, whether domestic or foreign, fails.
‘Daddy’s Army’ nubbed by the weight of age. The team is in a state of disarray. The team’s coach Stephen Fleming has openly admitted this.
Chennai’s misery against Mumbai Indians came to the fore again on Friday. They were able to bat and score only 114 runs. No one got a run except Sam Carran (52) with the bat.
The so-called batsmen of the team could not cross the double-digit run. On the contrary, Shardul Tagore and Imran Tahir have done that.
On the contrary, the established batsmen have shown that they are absolutely apprentices in 22 yards. Trent Bolt, Jaspreet Bumrah seemed to be horrified by the ball.
Mumbai took the run in the opening over of Ishan Kishan and Quinton D’Cock. Not only that, Chennai lost for the first 10 wickets in the history of IPL.
At the end of the match, Dhoni’s throat dropped with frustration. “Any rate is very painful,” he said. Whether it is a loss of 10 wickets or 8 wickets – it is a very bad thing.
The point is, we need to keep an eye on where we are making mistakes over and over again. For this performance, we are at the very end of the points list. Which is very sad.