RP Singh: I would beg Mahi to give me his match reading ability

KS Bharat

MS Dhoni has an exceptional talent for reading the game, which has changed its course several times. With one move, he has stunned everyone. For example, he gave the final over of the T20 World Cup 2007 to Joginder Sharma and promoted himself up in the order during the ODI World Cup 2011 final. RP Singh was asked what he would like to have that Dhoni possesses. He didn’t hesitate and answered that he would love to have Dhoni’s unmatched ability to catch the pulse of the match.

Would also steal one of his bikes: RP Singh

“I would beg Mahi to give me his unmatched ability to catch the pulse of a match. There are so many things you can steal from him, but I would probably steal one of his bikes, the RX100,”

RP said.

Super Kings won their first home game of the ongoing IPL season against Lucknow Super Giants, defeating them by 12 runs. The MS Dhoni-led team batted first and got off to a great start thanks to Ruturaj Gaikwad’s 57 runs off 31 deliveries and Devon Conway’s 47 off 29 deliveries. Later in the innings, Shivam Dube and Ambati Rayudu played quick cameos while the skipper hit two sixes to set the crowd rolling.

Although they conceded many runs, the Super Kings managed to control the situation with the ball. Moeen Ali was the standout performer, taking four wickets in the middle overs. Towards the end, Tushar Deshpande bowled well, but Dhoni expressed dissatisfaction with his bowlers giving away so many extras.

The Super Kings dominated from the beginning of the match and never let their opponents get ahead. The openers’ excellent performance laid the foundation for a successful innings, and the middle-order batsmen consolidated the advantage. The team’s bowlers, despite conceding a lot of runs, picked up crucial wickets at the right moments, which prevented the Super Giants from mounting a comeback.

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