Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals met in one of the most important matches of IPL yesterday. CSK captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni decided to bat first after winning the toss. Chennai Super Kings batted first and scored 179 runs in the allotted 20 overs. In reply, Delhi Capitals picked up a suitable run to win with five wickets in hand.
Chasing this day, Delhi Capitals got hit at the beginning. Delhi opener Prithvi Shaw returned to the pavilion with just zero runs. At that time, another Delhi opener Shikhar Dhawan took the helm of the team. Shikhar Dhawan's unbeaten 101 off 58 balls gave Delhi the victory.
Delhi needed 17 runs in the last over to win the day. At that time, Mahendra Singh Dhoni sent Rabindra Jadeja to bowl. Delhi batsman Akshar Patel took advantage of it. With three sixes in Jadeja's over, Akshay Patel picked up a suitable run with one ball to spare. And then on this day again the criticism about Dhoni's captaincy started. When there are two left-arm batsmen at the crease, why did Mahendra Singh Dhoni send a left-arm spinner like Jadeja to bowl? This has started with strong criticism.