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Whether It’s His Last Year: Virender Sehwag Unhappy Over MS Dhoni Being Asked About Retirement In IPL 2023

Virender Sehwag wasn't happy to see MS Dhoni being asked about his future in IPL.

Former Indian cricket team opener Virender Sehwag communicated his disappointment at MS Dhoni becoming over and again getting some information about his possible retirement from cricket after the Indian Chief Association (IPL) 2023. Dhoni was found out if this is his last season by reporter Danny Morrison in front of their match against Lucknow Super Monsters, however, the Chennai Super Rulers captain keenly avoided the inquiry by saying that it is something that the specialists are saying and not him. Sehwag said that regardless of whether it is his last year, Dhoni shouldn’t need to respond to these sorts of inquiries continually and he will tell individuals about his choice when everything looks good.

“I simply fail to really see, for what reason do they try and inquire? Regardless of whether it’s his last year, why do you need to ask the player? It’s his call, that’s what let him take! Perhaps he simply needed to find that solution out of Dhoni, that it was without a doubt his last season. Regardless of whether it’s his last year, just MS Dhoni knows,” Sehwag said on Cricbuzz.

Lucknow Super Goliaths and Chennai Super Lords had to divide focus as their Indian Head Association match was canceled because of a downpour here on Wednesday.

With unending precipitation lashing the Ekana Arena, even the base five overs of the CSK innings were unimaginable after the host group had made 125 for seven in 19.2 overs when a downpour hindered play.

LSG middle-order batter Ayush Badoni’s unbeaten 59 (33 balls; 2x4s, 4x6s) was the splendid central spot in the host group’s generally soft play as Chennai Super Lords’ Moeen Ali (2/13) and Mahesh Theekshana (2/37) dazzled by making early advances.

The game started following a 15-minute postponement because of a wet outfield and the downpour returned in the last over of the principal innings to stop the procedures, this time for the whole match.