Dubai: Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) all-rounder Dwayne Bravo feels that M.S. Dhoni will lead the transition within the aspect simply as he did for India. The 39-year-old Dhoni, who introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket on August 15, was captain of the Indian group and led their transition from the period with the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly and Anil Kumble to the present one dominated by Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
Bravo feels that Dhoni’s activity at CSK can be of much less stress than what he should have confronted whereas being the captain of India however that received’t change the veteran wicketkeeper’s method.
“I know it’s been in the back of his mind for some time, I mean all of us have to step aside at some point of time. It’s just the matter of when to step aside and hand it over to whether it’s a Raina or someone younger,” Bravo advised media when requested about Dhoni’s plans for his successor in CSK.
“He doesn’t have to worry about a billion people now, it’s just CSK the franchise but I don’t think that’ll change the person he is, won’t change how he leads the team, definitely he’ll be the same person,” stated the Trinidadian.
CSK have been identified to have one of many highest averages within the Indian Premier League (IPL) and but they’ve remained the aspect to beat.
“We have a very talented squad full of experience and also we have a management staff, that is very relaxed and balanced and also the owners. All these things come together and play a part in making CSK a successful franchise. We don’t have any outside pressure from the owners or the management. We don’t feel under pressure with M.S. Dhoni as captain,” stated Bravo who not too long ago turned the primary cricketer to say 500 T20 wickets.
“I think CSK have one of the most loyal fans whether we play in Mumbai, Delhi or Bangalore, you see a lot of yellow shirts in the stands. We enjoy each other’s success, so these are the main reasons behind the success of CSK.”
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