Mumbai: Former Team India captain MS Dhoni announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket on August 15 last year. It is true that Mahe’s fans were disappointed when he said goodbye to international cricket. However, his fans were happy to see Mahi playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL). However, news is coming that Mahi will be in the final season of IPL 2021. However, Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Vishwanath said it was not the last season for Dhoni.
Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Vishwanath spoke to The Indian Express. On this occasion he answered many questions. Is this going to be the last season for MS Dhoni in the IPL? Is there any plan ready for a captain to lead Chennai in the future? ‘ I don’t think this is the last year for Mahi. This is my personal opinion. We’re not looking at another player right now. So far, Dhoni has not given us any information, ”the Chennai CEO clarified.
Jadeja is fit
Kashi Vishwanath commented on Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja, two other important players in the Chennai team. ‘Jadeja is fit,’ the NCA said. Jaddu has already joined the team for practice. We hope he will be fully fit by the start of the IPL. Raina has also been practicing with the team for the past ten days. Working very hard. He is looking forward to proving himself this season. I have full faith in him.
Pujara did a lot for CSK
Kashi Vishwanath also explained why Chennai bought Cheteshwar Pujara. ‘We also wanted to honor Pujara. A person with an amazing technique like Pujara .. can adapt himself to any format. He did a lot for CSK. That’s why we bought him.
But I can’t say for sure whether he will play the first match or the second. ‘ Pujara to be auctioned for Rs. CSK secured a minimum price of Rs 50 lakh. That put an end to his long wait. Pujara could not have come forward to buy any franchise in the mini auction held last February just because of the Test player ‘stamp .. CSK finally got him.
That’s why we took Ali
Asked if two all-rounders Moin Ali (Rs 7 crore) and Krishnappa Gautam (Rs 9.25 crore) were picked in the IPL 2021 auction as planned. ‘We are currently playing matches in India. Spinners are always useful here. We chose those two spinners to strengthen our spin department. This is the real reason. They will stand by us on a field where wickets are slow, ”said the Chennai CEO.