Video: Dhoni’s cleverness became heavy on him, Ishan Kishan spoiled the plan

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In the 59th match of IPL 2022, Ishan Kishan proved to be a flop with the bat but once again made the fans crazy with his wicketkeeping. During CSK’s innings, Ishan Kishan was very active behind the wicket. During this, a moment also came when he went one step ahead of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

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This moment came when CSK had lost their nine wickets and Mukesh Chaudhary was at the crease along with Mahendra Singh Dhoni. This relay was the last ball of Meredith’s 16th over when Dhoni allowed the ball to go into wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan’s gloves and tried to run away with a nimble shot. It was the last wicket and Mukesh Chaudhary had to run on Dhoni’s call but this time Ishan did it a smarter way.

As soon as Dhoni ran, Kishan collected the ball and hit the throw straight on the stumps. This throw of Ishaan went right on the stumps and Mukesh Chaudhary got run out and walked towards the pavilion. With this runout, CSK’s innings were also reduced and they set a target of 98 runs for victory in front of Mumbai. During this, Dhoni single-handedly fought for CSK and remained unbeaten till the end of the innings. Watch Video-

Mahi once again performed brilliantly with the bat, scoring an unbeaten 36 off 33 balls. During this, 4 fours and 2 sixes were also seen with his bat. If Mahi had got the support of any other batsman, then this score of 97 could have reached 130-140 but in this match, due to Mumbai’s bowlers and poor umpiring, CSK’s team got piled up on 97.

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