WATCH: MS Dhoni Bullies Bowlers In CSK Nets Session, Begins Practice For IPL 2021

WATCH: MS Dhoni Bullies Bowlers In CSK Nets Session, Begins Practice For IPL 2021

MS Dhoni bid adieu to cricket back on August 15, 2020
MS Dhoni
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Indian Premier League 2021 season is quickly approaching with the schedule already out. The tournament will begin on April 10 with the tournament opener set to be played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians. Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings, the three-time IPL champions are the first one, to begin with, the practice for the upcoming edition and there is a video that got viral from one of the nets session in which MS Dhoni can be seen bullying the bowlers with his hard-hitting.

CSK had a forgettable IPL 2020 in which they finished in 7th position in 8 team tournament. This was the first time when MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings failed to qualify for the playoffs. However, this year they will leave no stone unturned to get on the winning ways. CSK is well known for making a strong comeback under Dhoni’s leadership and this year they have recruited some new faces that will add more firepower to the side. Also, the likes of Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, and Faf du Plessis will have the responsibility to come to all guns blazing from the word go.

MS Dhoni Is Back, Former Indian Skipper Gave A Glimpse Of His Brutal Hitting In CSK’s Net Session

Recently CSK shared a clip from their net session in which MS Dhoni looked in his beast mode while batting in the nets. He was seen hitting the bowlers all across the park. Although, he has bid adieu to international cricket. But, he showed there is still a lot of batting is left in him.

Dhoni was in no mood to leave any bowler and smashed them boundaries and sixes in every region of the ground. CSK has also called a couple of Sri Lankan bowlers to add to their reserve squad. The two uncapped players that have joined CSK’s training camp are Maheesh Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana. The latter is also dubbed as the new Lasith Malinga, who has a slingy bowling action. He came into the spotlight after he bowled a 175 km/hr delivery during the U-19 World Cup against Yashaswi Jaiswal. But, later on, it was revealed that there was an error in the speedometer.

Here is the clip

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