- Dhoni became the CSK winner with 18 of 6 balls
- CSK in the IPL final with victory over Delhi
- Stephen Fleming says Jadeja is a world-class player
Dhoni, who was behind Ravindra Jadeja due to lack of hitting form, showed his mettle on the crease at the most crucial moment of the crucial match. Many who had frowned when Dhoni hit before Jadeja have come out praising Dhoni’s performance after the game.
After the game, coach Stephen Fleming revealed that Dhoni had asked for a promotion in batting. Fleming said they had been in communication for a long time. Dhoni says that he will look for discussions on how to play, etc. What we saw later was one of Dhoni’s best entries. Flaming pointed out that the outcome of the match was also in our favor.
Despite the victory against Delhi, there has been criticism that Ravindra Jadeja should have been eliminated earlier. The assessment is that if Jadeja, who is in good shape, had gone down earlier, the pressure of the last final could have been avoided. The plan is to leave Jadeja at number five in the final. Flaming hinted that he would come down early in the final. Rather than focusing on one player, CSK plans as a team. Flaming said that Jadeja’s form and training are world class.