VIDEO: MS Dhoni smashed a 102m six against Sunrisers Hyderabad

Dhoni to be retained by CSK
Dhoni has been the most important part of CSK from the very beginning.

The skipper and wicket-keeper batsman, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has finally announced his arrival with the bat. The right-handed batsman has changed the mindset and shown some intent to score boundaries from the very first ball.

The left-arm pacer, T Natarajan tried to execute the perfect yorker to MS Dhoni but missed the yorker by an inch. But, MS Dhoni did not miss the slot delivery and smashed it over the bowler for a 102m six.

Coming to the match, the skipper of CSK, MS Dhoni decided to bat first after winning the toss against Sunrisers Hyderabad. The skipper wanted to do something different to win the games in the second half of the tournament.

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So does, the England all-rounder, Sam Curran came to open the innings for his franchise along with Faf du Plessis. Though du Plessis has gone for a golden duck, Sam smashed the SRH bowlers all around the park during the powerplay and scored 31 off 21 deliveries.

The duo of Shane Watson and Ambati Rayudu built an amazing partnership and destroyed the SRH bowlers without taking any risk on their key bowlers. Once they lost both the settled batsmen, CSK needed batsmen to score boundaries during the death overs.

MS Dhoni, who played slowly in the season so far, has shown intent to score boundaries against SRH. On the over off T Natarajan, he smashed a massive six of 102m over the bowlers head. However, he lost his wicket when he tried to hit hard. With the help of Jadeja’s little cameo, the CSK posted a decent total of 167 on their board.

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