Mahendra Singh Dhoni is in great form before the World Cup. Especially in the slog overs, Dhoni’s bat is a laughing stock. Yesterday, the captain of Chennai Super Kings ran the bat in the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. He played just 48 balls with 84 runs in the stormy innings.
The innings of 5 fours and 7 spectacular six. Dhoni, however, lost the match to Chennai by one run. But in the last over of the match Umesh Yadav scored a record in six. In the 20th over of the innings, Dhoni smashed 111m six out of the stadium. The ball was no longer found.
Earlier, in 2012, Dhoni scored a 112-meter tall six-wicket haul of New Zealand fast bowler James Franklin in Mumbai Indians. Dhoni, who was unstoppable at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, yesterday hit a six-wicket haul of 111 meters in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL)
Chennai needed 26 runs in the last six balls. Dhoni scored 24 runs in the first 5 balls with four fours. The last thing to win was only two runs. Umesh’s yorker, however, was unfortunately unable to bat. However, he tried to bring the match to parity.
But when Dhoni reached, wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel broke the wicket before the Shardul reached the crease. As a result, Virat Kohli’s Bengalur won the one-run victory over Bangalore. Earlier, Royal Challengers Bangalore scored 161 runs for 7 wickets in the match.