Dhoni has fined a record-breaking match
On Thursday night, he came with double experience for Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Chennai captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who missed the Rajasthan Royals by four wickets, became the first player to win the 100th match of the IPL. He made the record of winning the 100th win in 165 matches. Again, he did not accept the umpire's decision in the last over of the exciting match. This star, known as the cold head's captain, also fined the fine for the end of the day.
In the last over of the match, Dhoni has been fined 50 percent of the match fee for the umpires' decision to go into the field. In a press release after the match, the IPL authorities said that Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been fined 50 percent of his match fee for breaching the IPL rule. Dhoni has violated section 220 of the IPL Act and has admitted his crime.
The event started in the last over of the match. Rajasthan's home ground at the Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur, against the Rajasthan Royals in the Chennai Super Kings match then tension tension. Chasing a target of 153, Chennai needed 18 runs in the last over to win. Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni himself was on the wicket. England all-rounder Ben Stokes scored the first ball of the over with a six over Ravindra Jadeja giving hope to Chennai's hopes. The next ball of Stokes is 'no' ball. It comes in one run.
Stokes was sent to the dismissal by a superb Yorker bowled by Dhoni in the third over. Chasing three, Chennai needed 8 runs to win. Mitchell finished fourth in the over, while Fultus was on the waist, right-handed pacer. But umpire Bruce Oxenford dismissed the decision, but the umpire Bruce Oxenford dismissed the decision if he called 'no' ball to fervent Gandhi.
Chennai captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni could not accept two umpires' decisions. Hanging in anger stood in the door. The head went into the field and got into the field. Go ahead to the leg umpire Oxenford. Dhoni said that the main umpire called no ball. Oxenford, however, did not respond to the decision.
Two umpires, however, have repeatedly mentioned Dhoni, who are unhappy with the fact that Dhoni is seen Chennai captain left the field in Gajra in rage. Chennai, however, won the exciting match. The fifth comes in two runs Kiwi spinner Santanar, who scored four runs in the last over, hit the ball over long-on and hit an incredible six for victory.