CSK in the final for the 10th time under the captaincy of MS Dhoni (Photo: IPL)
New Delhi: It is true that whatever MS Dhoni does, he does it carefully. Something or the other is going on in his mind behind that. It is in the interest of his team Chennai Super Kings. But, sometimes something happens with Mahi who takes care of the team’s interest, which can irritate the players. No, it has not been seen happening so far. But, according to Dhoni himself, he is such a captain who can create irritation.
Now take what he did in the first qualifier of IPL 2023. Which Dhoni also mentioned after the match. The CSK captain had to admit that what he did could be troubling for anyone. But then one thing in a hundred things is that he did all that against Gujarat only to make Chennai win.
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Why does Captain Dhoni do the teasing job?
Now the question is whether MS Dhoni did such a thing, which can irritate the players. So this thing is related to the fielders. Dhoni said after the match, “I keep changing the fielder’s position all the time. Sometimes one or two feet here and sometimes there. Doing this can irritate anyone. You can call me annoying captain. But, I do all this by sensing the mood of the wicket and the conditions.
He further said that a voice comes from inside me and I listen to it. I tell each of my fielders to keep their eyes fixed on me. The catch will be missed, I will not say anything. But keep your eyes on me. This is so that I can adjust them according to the field.
It’s only good to irritate Dhoni if the team wins!
If Dhoni has to change the setup of the field again and again then it is irritating, but who cares about it when the team is winning. And, then Dhoni does all that because the team wins. Due to his captaincy, CSK is now the first finalist of IPL 2023. They have defeated Gujarat Titans by 15 runs in the first qualifier.
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