“The journey from Definitely Not to the final phase of my career…It will take forever…”, Twitter gets emotional after MS Dhoni’s post-match interview

MS Dhoni announced that this is the last phase of his career in the game against SRH

The Chennai Super Kings and the Sunrisers Hyderabad were involved in a battle of extreme proportions and after a modest encounter as the Orange Army were skittled out for 138, while the Yellow Army managed to smash the total with 8 balls to spare. However, the highlights of the game focused around MS Dhoni who made a huge revelation that would leave the fans stunned.

Here is what MS Dhoni had to say about his final phase

MS Dhoni dropped an epic statement, adding, “All said and done, it’s the last phase of my career, however long I play.” This statement was more than enough to send the world spinning in a boatload of speculations that is 2023 the final time that MS Dhoni would be coming forward in the Yellow.

He had further to say, adding, “After two years, the fans have had the opportunity to come here and watch, feels good to be here. Crowd has given us a lot of love and affection. Not getting enough chances to bat, but no complaints. I was hesitant to bat second because I had that feeling there won’t be a lot of dew.”

This is what Twitter had to say about MS Dhoni

The former Indian captain would add, “When there are chances dew, you have to bat second. Spinners once they came in, bowled a very good length. Fast bowlers once they came back, especially Pathirana, bowled superbly.”

Ravindra Jadeja was the star of the show with figures of 3 for 22 while Devon Conway’s 57-ball-77 that saw him stay unbeaten followed by a controlled knock from Ruturaj Gaikwad who scored 37 from 35, saw them coming of age as they registered their fourth win of the tournament.

Twitter had a lot to say about MS Dhoni’s post-match presentation as he was buzzing through the micro-blogging site with his face sporting that signature grin. As CSK rules supreme, here are a few snippets of how things unfurled for MS Dhoni.

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