Ravindra Jadeja, who is now the captain of Chennai Super Kings, and is facing a huge backlash from fans and experts from all around.
The backlash is not only to the detriment efforts of CSK but also to MS Dhoni pulling the strings from behind. The first match against KKR saw Dhoni making decisions for his team on screen, which doesn’t matter seeing at the initial game, but the same thing is happening in the second game, this something experts and fans are not liking at all. While talking to Cricbuzz, Jadeja was seen saying,
“It would have been better had this been the last league game and with qualification on the line Dhoni making the calls. But this is just the second match of the season. Even as a cricket fan or an expert I did not like it,”
From the other hand, Parthiv Patel criticizing such practice said,
“If you have to develop someone you have to leave them. He will only become a captain if he is allowed to lead. He will learn only when he makes mistakes,”
Chennai Super Kings are not looking focussed and are seen playing not as champions but former champion. This means the team is all chill and is not taking their game play seriously. You know what are we talking about here, we are talking about having Fire, the fire as Ayush Badoni from Lucknow Super Giants has, Fire as Rahul Tewatia from Gujarat Titans has, fire as Evin from Lucknow Super Giants Has. All we are talking about is fire that is young and pure. That fire is somewhere missing in the CSK team this time.
The CSK team is not playing with focus. Why are we saying this because, in the first match, the batters failed miserably, and in the second match fielders failing miserably leaving 3-4 crucial catches. It’s not like CSK is not playing well, they are indeed but one end or the other they are missing out which they need to focus upon. It was indeed, CSK’s match yesterday but because the fielders were not attentive, they lost catching some crucial wicket and ended up losing to the debutants.
The yellow army has to wake, still there is time!!
Look at what Jadeja has to say on the event of disaster,
“We had a good start, but in the fielding, we have to take catches then you’ll win matches. We should have taken those chances. There was a lot of dew, the ball wasn’t sticking to the hand. Next time, we have to practise with the wet ball. We batted brilliantly in the top-six and in the middle-overs. The wicket was very good to bat on. As a bowling unit, we need to execute our plans,”
Bro, we need to say just one thing, for the driver who is skilled, rough or smooth terrains are the same for him, its just focus and attention is what is needed. For some it might be an excuse, but for some it is a complete disaster. CSK is not a team to make excuse but to bounce back. We don’t say, skilled drivers are not prone to mistakes but if made, they have the attitude to recover from it stronger and best.
We wish all the luck for our dear CSK teamfor their next match against the Punjab Kings on tomorrow i.e., 2nd April.