IPL 2023: Moin Ali claims- ‘Mahendra Singh Dhoni will play at least the next 2-3 IPL seasons…’

Moeen Ali On MS Dhoni: In the last match, Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was injured, after which it was believed that Mahendra Singh Dhoni would be injured in some matches of the Chennai Super Kings season. Can land without, but there is good news for the fans. Actually, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is fully fit, that means he will be seen on the field in the next matches as well. And meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings player Moin Ali has given such a statement, knowing which you will not be happy. Moeen Ali told how long Mahendra Singh Dhoni will play in IPL?

Is Mahendra Singh Dhoni playing the last IPL season?

Actually, it is believed that IPL 2023 may be Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s last season, but Moin Ali has given such indications that this will not be the last season of MS Dhoni. Moin Ali said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will definitely play in the next IPL. Moin Ali says that when I see Mahendra Singh Dhoni batting in the nets, it seems that he will play comfortably next season as well. Apart from this, the way Mahendra Singh Dhoni batted against Rajasthan Royals, nothing remains to be said. It is really a great experience to see such batting at this age.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni will definitely play for the next 2-3 seasons – Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali says that Mahendra Singh Dhoni comes down to bat, it is not easy, but the former captain plays his role easily. I have full faith that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will play the next season as well. The way he is hitting big shots with ease is commendable. Along with this, he said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will definitely play the next 2-3 seasons. Significantly, the age of Mahendra Singh Dhoni is about 41 years. It is believed that IPL 2023 season may prove to be the last season for Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

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