Navi Mumbai, May 8 (PTI) The Chennai Super Kings may have had a “perfect match” against the Delhi Capitals, but Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni does not want to fall asleep on the playoff qualifiers because he feels they will not succeed. persecution, it will not be the “end of the world”.
CSK defeated the Delhi Capitals by 91 points and moved up to eighth place in the league table and will now have to win three matches and will depend on other results to reach fourth place in the playoffs.
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“If we get to the playoffs, great. But even if we don’t make it, it’s not the end of the world,” said the pragmatic Dhoni after completing the ‘Demolition of Capitals’.
“I’m not a big fan of math. I wasn’t good at it either. Thinking about clean running won’t help. You just want to enjoy the IPL. When two other teams play, I don’t want to be under pressure and think. You just have to think about what to do in another match, “he said.
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However, he admitted that the cricket they are playing now could have been played a few matches earlier.
“It would be better if we won like this somewhere earlier. It was a perfect match.”
In every department we were surpassed: Pants
Rishabh Pant admitted without hesitation that his team was rolled over in every department of the game, but it was good to get such a one-sided defeat out of the way.
“I think they outperformed us in all departments. As the Delhi Capitals we played a lot of close matches, there had to be a match in which there is a huge difference between the two sides and unfortunately we are on the revenue side,” he said. he said.
Pant said the equation is easy for DC from now on because they have to win three games and not depend on another result to qualify.
“The only thing we can look forward to is the next three matches, if we win them, we will qualify.”
When a clean COVID-19 pitcher and opener Prithvi Shaw were found at the hospital, Pant agreed that there were many incidents off the field, but at the same time he did not want to use them as an excuse.
“There is a lot going on between us, especially COVID-19, and we have had few stomach infections, but we do not apologize and we just want to keep improving.
“Right now we can be more positive and talk about it with the boys, be more active and be in a good mood to make good decisions in the coming matches,” he concluded.
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