MS Dhoni remained unbeaten in an unsuccessful run-chase for the Chennai Super Kings as they lost three-in-a-row in the Indian Premier League for the first time since 2014. Sunrisers took home their second victory of the season at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in an entertaining duel that saw Bhuvneshwar Kumar limp off and Dhoni suffer muscular issues.
"I was not able to middle a lot of balls. Was trying to hit it too hard. Looking at the boundary lines it was happening to me subconsciously. Normally, you would want to time it. Tried to get as much as time as possible. Long time back we lost three in a row. We need to take our catches not bowl no-balls. We have been a bit too relaxed at times. We had two good overs but overall we could have been slightly better at the death. At this level, we need to draw a line and say these catches cannot be dropped. It is very important to be at your best. There are plenty of positives in this game and we will try to come back better."
MS Dhoni, CSK skipper
Source: SIFY with Agency Inputs
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