I think Dhoni’s legacy will end in the upcoming IPL: Hayden
Australian opener Matthew Hayden says Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will celebrate the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) in a grand manner as their talismanic skipper MS Dhoni will probably play for the last time as a player in the franchise-based T20 league. Former India captain Dhoni has been captaining CSK since the inception of the league in 2008 and has won four trophies for the team. Talking to ‘Star Sports’, Hayden said, “Look, CSK have been able to find their own unique and special ways to succeed.” It was unfortunate that he was out of the tournament for two years but after that he made a comeback and won the IPL when it was not expected. ,
He said, “MC is Dhoni’s way of reinventing, reforming and giving a completely different ‘look’ to the team, although the team had the ‘tag’ of relying on some of its players because it had Most of the players were retained. Hayden said, “For MS Dhoni, I think this year in particular will be special and he will celebrate it in a grand way.” I think this will be the end of MAC Dhoni’s legacy and he would like to leave in ‘style’ for his fans and fans would also like to see him end in ‘style’. ,
The upcoming edition of IPL will start from March 31. On CSK’s return to Chepauk Stadium, Hayden said, “IPL will start in 2023 and matches will be played in all stadiums after Kovid-19 across India.” It will be spectacular, the ‘Yellow Army’ of supporters (clad in yellow T-shirts) will be seen at the Chepauk Stadium. He said that this would be Dhoni’s last campaign as a player in the IPL. “And their skipper MS Dhoni will surely say ‘goodbye’ to his fans at the Chepauk Stadium for the last time,” he added. It will be one of those moments that will not be forgotten. You cannot even imagine, in what numbers they will reach the stadium. While leading the Indian team, Dhoni has given the country two World Cups, he said goodbye to international cricket in August 2020.