Dhoni’s fate created history in IPL-12

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In Chennai, Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni‘s fate gave him a tremendous amount and he did not get out in spite of bowling the ball on the wicket. Being out of Dhoni is beneficial for his team. If Dhoni was out, Chennai’s position would have been very bad.

But Dhoni made his fans happy by playing a memorable inning. But by one sentence it decreased, it became clear that Dhoni is very rich in luck. Explain that because of Dhoni’s knock, Chennai Super Kings defeated Rajasthan Royals by 8 runs in an exciting match. With this, the CSK put the hat-trick of victory in IPL-12.

Chennai starting was very bad against Rajasthan and the team lost their three wickets for just 27 runs. The third wicket dropped as Kedar Jadhav and then captain Dhoni came to the crease for batting at number five. Dhoni’s first ball was the fourth ball of the sixth over of the first innings, which was his first ball in this match.

These over were throwing by Jofra Archer. Archer throws the ball at a speed of 142.7 kilometres per hour. Dhawan tried to play this ball, but he collided with his leg and then got on to the wicket. Here, Dhoni’s fate is good, because even after colliding with the ball stump, Wales did not fall and they were not dismissed. If Wales were dropped after colliding with the ball, then Dhoni would be out on zero and this situation proved very bad for Chennai.

Dhoni got life on zero and this became a cure for Chennai. Dhoni completed his half-century on 39 balls and remained unbeaten till the end. This is Dhoni’s best score in the IPL.

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