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“I can be an annoying captain because..”, This is the reason why MS Dhoni feels that he is the one of the most annoying captains

Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni couldn’t be any happier after guiding the team to the 10th IPL final. Under his astute captaincy trait, Chennai Super Kings have already won four IPL titles so far and they have a great chance to gun for the fifth title.

The yellow army locked horns with Gujarat Titans in the first qualifier at their fortress, Chepauk Stadium in Chennai. Chennai Super Kings didn’t bring the best out of themselves in the first three meetings against Gujarat Titans.

The Ahmedabad-based franchise were quite successful in winning the first three games against Chennai Super Kings. However, when it came to the most-crucial encounter, that is, in the first qualifier, they ended up losing the game by 15 runs.

MS Dhoni reveals why he can be a very annoying captain

At the post-match presentation, Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni revealed why he can be a very annoying captain. Explaining about the same, he said he keeps shifting fielders 2 to 3 feet. He further said that the only request he asks from the fielders is to keep an eye on him.

“I can be a very annoying captain, I keep shifting fielders 2-3 feet. The only request I ask from the fielders is, to keep an eye on me. If there’s a dropped catch there will be no reaction (from me), just keep an eye on me,” MS Dhoni said at the post-match presentation.

Talking about the game, Gujarat Titans won the toss and invited Chennai Super Kings to bat first. The four-time IPL champions posted a competitive total of 172/7 in their designated quota of 20 overs.

Ruturaj Gaikwad top-scored with 60 off 44 balls including seven fours and a six. In reply, Gujarat Titans were bundled out for 157 runs in 20 overs. Chennai Super Kings made it to the IPL 2023 final. Gaikwad was named the Man of the Match for his batting masterclass on a tough batting wicket.

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