I will be quite surprised if IPL 2023 is MS Dhoni’s final season: Kevin Pietersen

I will be quite surprised if IPL 2023 is MS Dhoni’s final season: Kevin Pietersen. MS Dhoni was observed limping and applying cold packs on various times throughout the IPL 2023 matches.

MS Dhoni has a knack of surprising everyone with his cricketing decisions, whether it’s his retirement from Test cricket or his retirement from international cricket. As a result, people are predicting that this may be Dhoni’s final appearance in a Chennai Super Kings jersey. This is one of the reasons why the 41-year-old has earned so much fan attention and support throughout IPL 2023.

In light of this, former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen has stated that he will be very shocked. If Dhoni does not participate in the forthcoming editions of the Indian Premier League. He also stated that the impact player rule will assist Dhoni in extending his IPL career.

Also, during CSK’s penultimate home game, the entire team, including Dhoni, was spotted taking a lap of honor, fueling speculation about the famous batter’s retirement. The former English cricketer also believes that the former Indian player’s captaincy and wicket-keeping have made the team even more fearsome. The CSK captain might simply take on the job of facing few deliveries and wrecking havoc.

“I was there on Sunday for Dhoni’s lap of honor. It was incredible to see how the stadium remained completely full. ” I’d be surprise if this is his final season. “I think the impact player rule, where he can keep for 20 overs and bat wherever he wants to bat, actually helps him tremendously,” Pietersen said in his Betway column.

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MS Dhoni will have enough time to sort out his knee injury: Pietersen

MS Dhoni observed limping on the ground on numerous occasions, and he has also been photographed with an ice pack on his knees. CSK coach Stephen Fleming even stated that the CSK captain has a knee problem.

“He’ll have eight or nine months to rest, heal his knee, and get himself fit and ready for another season.” “I hope this isn’t the last time we see Dhoni, and I know everyone in the country would like to see him play another season,” Pietersen continued.

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