IPL 2023: MS Dhoni’s batting rampage versus RR boosts digital viewership to 2.2 crore

IPL 2023: MS Dhoni’s batting rampage versus RR boosts digital viewership to 2.2 crore. MS Dhoni batted an unbeaten 17-ball-32 as CSK drew their match against RR to a dramatic conclusion.

MS Dhoni is one of the most recognizable names in global cricket. He continues to retain a special place in the hearts of his fans even after retiring from international cricket two years ago. Another event occurr during the 17th match of the Indian Premier League 2022. When the views of IPL’s digital broadcaster JioCinema reach 2.2 crore when MS Dhoni step out to bat in Chennai Super Kings’ chase against Rajasthan Royals.

Chennai were stumbling after losing six wickets in 113 runs in their second home match of the season. But it was Dhoni who once again grabbed charge of the CSK innings and led a near-successful run chase against Rajasthan Royals. He came in to bat in the 15th over and remained undefeated to the end. Putting on a thrilling run chase with all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. During this time, JioCinema’s network recorded a massive 2.2 crore viewing, with people flocking to the app to watch Dhoni’s innings live.

Dhoni looked like his old self as he smashed 32 runs off 17 deliveries, with to one four, three maximums, and some amazing agility between the wickets. He was ably aided by Jadeja, who also stay undefeated after smashing 25 runs off 15 deliveries. He had one four and two sixes in his inning. Both Dhoni and Jadeja brought the game close but were unable to bring CSK home as Rajasthan triumphed by three runs.

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Devon Conway and Ajinkya Rahane set the tone for Chennai

Chennai Super Kings lost important player Ruturaj Gaikwad early in the innings while chasing 176 at MA Chidambaram Stadium. The home team’s beat set by Devon Conway and Ajinkya Rahane, who precisely complimented one other to stitch an important 68-run combination for the second wicket.

While Rahane carried on from where he had left off in his previous innings against Mumbai, Conway acted as an anchor, giving Rahane a safe area to hit those huge strokes. Rahane scored 31 runs off 19 deliveries, including two fours and one maximum. Meanwhile, Conway reach a half-century before being remove on 50 by Yuzvendra Chahal. His 38-ball inning featured six home runs.

Rajasthan batted first and totaled 175/8 because to brilliant efforts from Jos Buttler and Shimron Hetmyer. Buttler got another half-century, this time a 36-ball-52 before getting knock out by Moeen Ali. Hetmyer finished undefeated on 30 to help RR’s innings near the conclusion. Devdutt Padikkal and Ravichandran Ashwin, on the other hand, scored 38 and 30, respectively.

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