New Delhi: The Chennai Super Kings (CSK), which started with a win in the 13th season of the IPL, lost for the second time in a row. Delhi Capital beat CSK by 44 runs on Friday, September 25. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni looked disappointed with the batsman’s failure in the second match in a row. He said a seven-day rest would help him find the flaws. Chennai’s next match is against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on October 2.
“I don’t think it was a good match for us,” Dhoni said. There was no mist, but the wicket slowed down a bit. Our batting department has had a bit of a shortage and this hurts. Due to the slow start, the pressure increases as the run rate increases. It has to be solved.
He said, ‘We will have a chance to rest for the next seven days and we will have to come back with a clear picture. (Ambati) Rayudu’s return to the next match will improve the balance of the team. Dhoni was also not happy with the performance of his bowlers.