Since MS Dhoni was removed from the captaincy of Pune, and after that his poor form became a great way to speak for critics. It was just waiting to return to the rhythm of this dusk and on the evening of the evening, he again showed the reason that he is considered to be the best finisher.
Bad situation and then Dhoni’s awesome batting
Earlier, the Hyderabad team made the target of 177 runs in this match. Hyderabad’s team is in rhythm, so this goal was very difficult. Replying to the reply, Pune’s team had lost three important wickets on 98 runs and now all hope was from IPL’s most expensive player Ben Stokes and former captain Dhoni. In the meantime, Stokes returned to the pavilion by scoring 2 runs at 121 runs. Dhoni slowly pushed the innings ahead and now in the last three overs Pune needed 47 runs.
Dhoni’s smoky batting
Needing 47 runs in three overs. On 18th over, Mohammed Siraj did the innings, when Dhoni hit a four and a six, while Manoj Tiwary also hit a boundary. Apart from this, there were 17 runs in the over over three singles.
After this, the ball was in the hands of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the most successful bowler in the 19th over, who has not been able to scam anybody so far in this IPL. The first ball went wide, while Dhoni made four fours in the next two balls and hit a six in the third ball. Then, on the two balls, the single and the last ball with two runs reached the score of 166 runs. Over 19 runs in this over. That means 11 runs in the last over.
The last over was in the hands of Siddharth Kaul and on Manoj Tiwari
First ball – Tiwary chawla, caught during this time
Second ball – Tiwary took one run
The third ball – Dhoni scored one run
The fourth ball – Tiwary took one run
Fifth ball – Dhoni took two runs and took the strike for the last ball, now the last ball needs two runs to win.
Sixth ball – Dhoni blasted the ball towards the extra cover. Pune won the match by 6 wickets. Dhoni smashed an unbeaten 61 off 34 balls and became the man of the match.