Mumbai: In the second game of the 2021 IPL, the Delhi Capitals defeated the Chennai Super Kings, captain of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, by 7 wickets. In that game, former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir raised questions about the batting order of the Chennai Super Kings.
Gambhir raised questions about Dhoni’s decision
Please say that in this match Mahendra Singh Dhoni fielded Suresh Raina at number 4 instead of number three at batting. Gautam Gambhir did not understand this decision of Dhoni. Gautam Gambhir surprised Dhoni’s decision.
Why is Raina at number four?
Gautam Gambhir said during the IPL comment: “ You know how old Suresh Raina beat at number 3 for Chennai Super Kings, but he was dropped at number 4 instead of number three for the stick. ”
Gambhir asked this question
Gautam Gambhir added: “Dhoni can only say what the idea is behind sending Moin Ali to number 3 instead of Suresh Raina. After that, the former Indian gatekeeper Parthiv Patel kept his advice while cutting the words of Gautam Gambhir.
Debate between Gambhir and Parthiv
Parthiv Patel said: “I think Suresh Raina hasn’t played for a long time. At the same time, Moin Ali recently played against India, playing in the T20 and ODI series, so Dhoni should think about sending Moin Ali to number three ahead of Suresh Raina.
Gambhir’s attack on the Parthiv declaration
This debate between Gautam Gambhir and Parthiv Patel did not stop here. After that, Gambhir Gautam Gambhir hit back at Parthiv’s statement and said, “But you still had to send Suresh Raina as soon as the second wicket fell. After that, Akash Chopra pacified this debate between the two.
Chennai lost in the first match
Let me tell you that Chennai’s first wicket fell 7 points in the IPL game against Delhi, after which Mahendra Singh Dhoni sent everyone Moeen Ali instead of Suresh Raina to beat at number three. Then on the score of 7 points, the second wicket of Chennai also fell. After that, Suresh Raina came to bat at number four. Meanwhile, Gautam Gambhir questioned Dhoni’s decision when commenting on Raina’s batting order.