Dhoni performed brilliantly with both bat and gloves in the match against Delhi
Chennai captain made 40 runs off 20 balls and stumped two Delhi batsmen in the same over
Chennai. Mahendra Singh Dhoni contributed both by bat and gloves in the victory of Chennai Super Kings against Delhi Capitals on Wednesday night. He played 40 off first 20 balls. During the batting of Delhi, he was very quick, stopping Chris Morris and Shreyas Iyer in the same over. Imran took the catch of Amit Mishra on Tahir's bowling too.
Basics will not be strong, mistakes will happen: Dhoni
Dhoni has given credit to tennis ball cricket for such a good wicketkeeping. Dhoni said after the match that his fitness has come to a great extent due to the fitness of tennis ball cricket.
However, he also warned the youth who chose his career as a wicketkeeper. He said that basics must definitely learn before youths try to follow them.
Dhoni said, 'first you need to correct the basics. Then get the next level qualification. If you continue like this then you can make many mistakes. Learning about the basics is very important. '
Dhoni stumped Morris and Iyer in Ravindra Jadeja's over. Morris's feet were lifted up for a second at Jadeja's ball, and in the meantime, Dhoni stumped him. Something similar happened to Aiyar, and Dhoni did not give him a chance to recover.