The Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) winning streak got broken as the Mumbai Indians (MI) beat them by 37 runs at the Wankhede skipper MS Dhoni has made comment that the game didn’t plan out as planned for the Chennai outfit.
“I think quite a few things went wrong for us. We started well, were right on the mark for the first 10-12 overs. Then, a few catches were dropped, a few misfields, the death overs bowling wasn’t great. We don’t have bowlers who hit the deck, it was slightly tough on them,” he admitted.
Hardik Pandya literally ran away with the game in the death for MI as he hit a 8-ball 25. In fact, he was well supported by Kieron Pollard as well as the batsman hit 7-ball 17 with two sixes. Dhoni said that while there are plans for opposition players, the execution didn’t happen on Wednesday.
“We do have one-on-one plans, we needed to know where we could cut-off the boundaries, which batsmen to target,a boundary less or two could have made a difference to a 10-12 run over or a 7-run over,” he explained.