BCCI asked to fulfill ‘only condition’ to see Dhoni continue IPL tour | Cric gen.

Former India batsman Ambati Rayudu does not believe MS Dhoni has played his last match in the IPL and wants the BCCI to extend the controversial leverage rule as it could help the long-time legend continue at the top level of cricket.

Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings bowed out of the Indian Premier League series after a 27-run loss against Royal Challengers Bengaluru in the much-anticipated southern derby in Ben

galuru on Saturday.The five-time defending champions needed 17 in the final to reach the finals with a better net, but bowler Yash Dayal held his nerve after hitting a monster six off Dhoni to help RCB win.Speaking later on Star Sports Cricket Live, Rayudu said, “I don’t think this is his last game.

I just don’t see him wanting to finish here.” As the RCB players broke into wild celebrations, Dhoni shook hands with the opposition reserves and support staff before quietly disappearing into the dressing room.Rayudu said: “He looked a bit disappointed even though he got out. It’s very different from MS Dhoni, he just wanted to qualify and finish high. But with MS Dhoni, you never know he might come back next year.” Rayudu, who played under Dhoni for CSK, brought BCCI into the picture.

“… Also with the role of impact player, he will have the opportunity to participate in the last few shifts and really make an impact on it

.”BCCI better not remove the role of impact player because we still want to see MS Dhoni play. So now it depends on BCCI. Whether we want to see MS Dhoni play or not.” The match ended in agony for Dhoni and Co, but RCB continued their revival with a sixth straight win. It’s a remarkable achievement that saw them climb from the bottom of the table to make the playoffs.

Talking about Dhoni, former Australian opener Matthew Hayden said: “Yeah, I think the thing is when you get to the end of your career, whether it’s the last part of his career or not, what you don’t want is to see diminishing returns as an athleten “First, he is Thala of Chennai Super Kings as a manager.

That tells me it’s not about becoming something other than the first. He desperately uses his brain, all that cricket knowledge.”And of course the power is there and it has always been MS Dhoni. He has always hit the balls at this stage of the innings. Before you can see how the players are going to hit it.

But it’s really difficult to hit balls behind that.” Dhoni’s 13-ball 25 with three fours and a massive six shows he can still deliver the ball over long-on..

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