“I don't remember the last time I lost three matches in a row,” Dhoni said.

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Bangla Hunt Desk: Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad faced in one of the most important matches of IPL yesterday. Batting first in this match, Hyderabad threw a target of 165 runs to Chennai. In reply, Chennai lost one wicket at a time at regular intervals. At that time, captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Rabindra Jadeja took the helm of the team.

However, Mahendra Singh Dhoni failed to win the team despite being at the crease in the end. As a result of this loss, Chennai Super Kings lost three matches in a row and scored a hat-trick in the IPL.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, known as the 'best finisher', survived till the very end of the day. But he could not finish this day. It seemed that Dhoni, the finisher, was completely gone. On the one hand, the intense heat of the emirate, on the other hand, the pressure of age. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was caught between the two. He was repeatedly seen drinking water and changing bats. In various ways, Dhoni was trying to increase his strength by taking time out between the overs. But that didn't work either. Finisher Dhoni failed, Chennai Super Kings lost.

At the end of the match, Dhoni himself admitted that he could not even try to hit a big shot. There was no proper connection between the bat and the ball. At the same time, Dhoni said in a sad tone, “I don't remember the last time I lost three matches in a row.”

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