IPL 2020: Dhoni is disappointed with the defeat against Delhi, told where the team missed

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In the 34th match of the Indian Premier League 2020, Chennai Super Kings suffered a close defeat by 5 wickets to the Delhi Capitals. CSK captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was very disappointed with this defeat at the hands of Delhi.

After the match, Dhoni said, “What we tried was not enough, that’s why we had to face defeat. Shikhar Dhawan’s wicket was very important for us but we missed his catch three times. Dhawan is such a player that if he is present on the crease then he constantly runs the scoreboard. In such a situation, it was very expensive for us to miss his catch.

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“There was a big difference between the first and second innings,” he said. In the second innings the wicket left to bat was easy. The ball was easy on the bat due to which the batsmen went for runs. However the situation may have been, Shikhar Dhawan contributed significantly to Delhi’s victory. He batted brilliantly and also supported the rest of the batsmen very well. ”

Apart from this, when asked about the last over, Dhoni said that Dwayne Bravo was injured due to which he got the 20th over from Jadeja.

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Dhoni said, “We had two options for the last over. Sam Karan and Jadeja. I got Sam the 19th over before Jadeja which was great but the last over was not in our favor.

Let us tell you that in this match, the team of CSK won the toss and batted first and scored a challenging score of 179 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs, in response to which Delhi scored 185 runs after losing 5 wickets in 19.5 overs Won.

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