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The old post by RCB circulated on the Internet

By Akanksha - April 15, 2024 09:28 PM

The internet is often a humorous place. It frequently displays posts and comments, surprising everyone. Old postings that the public has long since forgotten reappearance without any explanation. On Saturday, another one of these posts surfaced. The IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bengaluru's official account sent the message on May 12, 2010. 'Dhoni attributes the T20 World Cup elimination to IPL parties. What are your thoughts? Through Allen, the post stated. The post surfaced once more after the match scorecard in which Irfan Pathan scored 26 off 30 balls while other Indian batsmen failed was shared by the X alias 'TukTuk Academy.'

Which scorecard from the match that the handle shared is unknown. However, the 13-year-old message was made from RCB's official account and is authentic. Under Dhoni's captaincy, India emerged victorious in the 2007 T20 World Cup; however, in the 2010 edition, the team was eliminated in the Super Eight Stage.

'The majority of the players were in good condition. Players must also possess intelligence, both in terms of cricket and other IPL-related matters. There's more to it than just playing matches, therefore we have to respect your body and give it time to heal. When India exited the T20 World Cup in 2010, Dhoni stated, 'Partying and travelling takes a toll.'

The ardour of MS Dhoni's fans knows no boundaries. The former captain of India announced his retirement from international cricket in 2020. Since then, he has only been available to play for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. As a result, Dhoni supporters would have to wait around 10 months to watch their hero play. Even though many fans haven't seen Dhoni in the last three to four years, his cult has only grown stronger over time. This perspective is supported by some unique statistics from the official TV broadcaster's analysis for the 2024 Indian Premier League.

Dhoni retains the top two rankings according to Star Sports' technology, which measures the noise levels of the audience at various points during the competition.

As per statistics, the highest recorded crowd volume was recorded during Dhoni's arrival at MA Chidambaram Stadium before the toss for the Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs. Chennai Super Kings match—which also happened to be the tournament's first game.

The moment when Dhoni hit a four against Delhi Capitals in the 17th over is ranked tied for second on the list. At that point in the game, the noise level from the crowd reached a record 128 decibels. Dhoni batted for the first time in the IPL 2024, coming in at position eight in the match.

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