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“In the sake of your business you are doing more harm to him” – Fans react after CSK CEO said the team management hopes MS Dhoni will continue and play

Chennai Super Kings have become one of the top franchises in the history of the Indian Premier League and the major part of the credit goes to Mahendra Singh Dhoni. It is quite obvious that it was MS Dhoni who changed the entire complexion of the franchise.

With his astute captaincy skills and cricketing brain, he transformed the team into potential title contenders. The fact that CSK have qualified for the playoffs 12 times in their 14 seasons, goes to show that they are the most consistent team in the IPL.

Besides that, CSK have made it to the finals of the competition, a record nine times. Even this season, CSK have qualified for the playoff and they confirmed their spot after defeating Delhi Capitals in their last league stage fixture.

We hope MS Dhoni will continue and play: CSK CEO

Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings CEO, Kasi Viswanathan, while speaking to RevSportz, said that the team management hopes MS Dhoni will continue and play. Furthermore, he stated that it is what the entire country wanted to see.

Under the tutelage of MS Dhoni, Chennai Super Kings have won four IPL titles in their history, the second-most by any team in the IPL. They qualified for the playoffs by finishing second on the points table.

Chennai Super Kings will lock horns with Gujarat Titans in the Qualifier 1 clash on May 23, Tuesday. The epic clash will kick off at Chepauk Stadium in Chennai. It will be quite interesting to see which team will come out on top in the much-anticipated battle.

Recently, a video clip featuring MS Dhoni hitting sixes in the nets has gone viral. The clip begins with Devon Conway and Moeen Ali witnessing MS Dhoni’s hitting abilities in the training session.

Here’s what Twitterati reacted to CSK CEO’s statement on MS Dhoni

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