Insidesport | 26/03/2022 09:35 PM | Click to read full article
Of all people, it was MS Dhoni, the old gun, who anchored Chennai Super Kings once again with a brilliant fighting half-century. His 50 off 38 helped CSK post 131/5 after struggling to get going at the Wankhede Stadium against Shreyas Iyer’s KKR on Saturday.
MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja both struggled initially, it was their 70-run partnership off 56 balls to anchor CSK. In the end, MS Dhoni’s fifty 24th IPL fifty and first in three years helped CSK set 132-run target for KKR.