“Dhoni Review System” – Watch MS Dhoni takes no seconds to take the DRS review after umpire gives a wrong call; gets the big wicket of Suryakumar Yadav

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During the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium, the ‘Dhoni Review System’ was once again brought into play. Mitchell Santner delivered a fuller ball down the leg side to Suryakumar Yadav, who failed to play a sweep shot. The umpire signalled it as a wide, but MS Dhoni, who was keeping wickets for CSK, collected the ball and appealed for a review.


The replay showed that Suryakumar had indeed nicked the ball, and he was subsequently given out. This incident showcased Dhoni’s sharp game sense and his ability to turn the game in CSK’s favour.

After Dhoni’s review, the third umpire confirmed that Suryakumar had indeed edged the ball, leading to the on-field umpire reversing his decision to give him out caught behind. This was yet another instance of the ‘Dhoni Review System’ coming into play, showcasing Dhoni’s sharp eye and presence of mind behind the stumps.


In the match between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday, Ajinkya Rahane smashed the fastest half-century of IPL 2023, off just 19 balls, and Ruturaj Gaikwad contributed an unbeaten 40 to lead Chennai Super Kings to a seven-wicket victory.

On the other hand, Mumbai Indians suffered their second consecutive defeat in as many matches and remained at the eighth position in the points table, while CSK moved up to the fourth spot with their second consecutive win.


Ajinkya Rahane made his debut for Chennai Super Kings in this match in the IPL 2023 and played a blistering knock of 61 runs off just 27 balls with 7 fours and 3 sixes. His innings included the fastest fifty of the league this year, coming off just 19 balls. It was an incredible performance from Rahane and helped CSK secure a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Mumbai Indians.

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