“MS Dhoni Blames IPL Parties For T20 World Cup Exit”: RCB’s Old Post Resurfaces, Internet Puzzled


File photo of MS Dhoni© BCCI/IPL

The Internet can be a funny place. Often it produces posts and comments that take everyone by surprise. Old posts that were missing from people's memory for a long time suddenly resurface without any context. A similar post surfaced again on Saturday. This post was made on 12 May 2010 by the official handle of IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore. The post read, “Dhoni blames IPL parties for T20 World Cup exit…what do you think??? Via Allen.” The post resurfaced when an

It is not known which match's scorecard the handle has shared. But the 13-year-old post is genuine which has been made from the official handle of RCB. While India won the 2007 T20 World Cup under Dhoni, it bowed out at the Super Eight stage in the 2010 edition.

“Most of the players were fit and fresh. Players need to be smart not only about cricket but also about other things that happen in the IPL. We have to respect our body and give it some time to recover Because there's still a lot more to do.” Playing matches and traveling causes more damage,” Dhoni had said in 2010 after India's exit from the T20 World Cup.

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There is no limit to the fan following of MS Dhoni. The former India captain bid farewell to his international cricket career in 2020 and since then he has only been available to play for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. This means that Dhoni fans will have to wait for about ten months to see their favorite player in action. Despite being less visible among the fans in the last three-four years, Dhoni's craze has increased with time. The study by the official TV broadcaster for IPL 2024 also supports this opinion with some unique data.

Star Sports has come up with a technology to calculate the crowd noise levels at different times during the tournament and Dhoni is in the top two spots.

According to the data, the maximum crowd noise is 130 decibels, which was during Dhoni's entry into the MA Chidambaram Stadium before the toss for the Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings match, the opening game of the ongoing tournament. ,

Jointly second in the list is the moment when Dhoni hit a four against Delhi Capitals in the 17th over. Crowd noise during the game was at its peak at the time, with a record of 128 decibels. Coming in at number 8 in the match, this was the first time Dhoni batted in IPL 2024.

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