Chennai Super Kings:Chennai Super Kings will retain Mahendra Singh Dhoni for IPL 2022. This information was given by a CSK official. On Friday, Dhoni had won the IPL title for the fourth time to Chennai.
On 15 October, Chennai Super Kings defeated Kolkata Knight Riders to win the IPL 2021 title. During the presentation ceremony after the match, Harsha Bhogle told MS Dhoni that you are leaving a legacy. In response, Mahi said but I have not left yet. Now it is clear that MS Dhoni will play in IPL 2022. According to a Chennai Super Kings official, the first retention card will be used for Dhoni in the IPL 2022 auction.
After the statement given to Harsha Bhogle, it was expected that MS Dhoni might be seen playing for Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming season and now the CSK officials have also confirmed this.
According to the news agency, the management of Chennai Super Kings has also confirmed about Dhonis play. Speaking to the news agency, a CSK official said, "The first retention card in the auction will be used to retain captain Dhoni, it is a fact.
The official added, "Written is not something that we dont know, it doesnt matter much in Mahis case. The team needs Mahi and trust him he will be back next year.
After winning the IPL final against Kolkata Knight Riders, Dhoni had said on the plan ahead, "I have said before that it depends on the Board of Control for Cricket in India for how many days I will play."
Dhoni had said that after the addition of two new teams in IPL 2022, we have to decide what can be good for CSK, it is not about my being in the top three or four, it is a strong and to be sure Franchisees should not suffer to build a strong core team.
Dhoni has played 220 matches in IPL so far. In this he has scored 4746 runs at an average of 39.55 and strike rate of 135.83. This includes 23 half-centuries. As captain, he has played 204 matches for CSK.
Out of this, the team won 121 matches and lost 82 matches. One match was inconclusive. He has made CSK champion four times. The team won the IPL trophy in 2010, 2011, 2018 and 2021.