MS Dhoni led his team Chennai Super Kings beautifully before the IPL2021 season was suspended by BCCI following spike in COVID cases from the franchises. CSK had won five games and were placed second on the points table. The side was back to its best with Dhoni leading from the front. Meanwhile, the CSK official Twitter handle has shared a video of MS Dhoni doing Ravindra Jadeja’s famous sword celebration.
MS Dhoni has played a big role in Ravindra Jadeja‘s rise as an international cricketer. Today, Jadeja is one of the best all-rounders in the world and gives all of its credit to Dhoni as well.
The Saurashtra all-rounder is also known for his sword celebration, which he churns out in games, both at the international and domestic level. After accomplishing milestones with the bat in hand, he brings out the stylish celebration.
MS Dhoni Tries The Sword Celebration
— Chennai Super Kings – Mask P😷du Whistle P🥳du! (@ChennaiIPL) May 16, 2021
Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings lost two games in the campaign so far. They lost against Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians barring which they have looked unbeatable. Ravindra Jadeja played a key role for CSK in their clash against RCB. He started with both bat and ball and also effected a run-out to win the game for his side.
In the final over of CSK’s innings, Jadeja laid into Harshal Patel, the current Purple Cap holder of the tournament. He scored 37 off his over to propel CSK’s score to 191. CSK won the game by 69 runs bowling out RCB for just 122 runs.
Meanwhile, Robin Uthappa also hailed Jadeja for his athleticism on the field. He was roped in by the franchise ahead of the season but did not play in the season so far.
“It’s always a delight to watch Jaddu on the field with his amazing athleticism and how he’s taken his game up a few notches the last 2 years. A great human being both on and off the field. Thank you for the Instagram tips @ravindra. jadeja, we’ll catch up soon and maybe you can show me how you maintain your pointy beard?” Uthappa posted.
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