The Chennai Super Kings have been one of the best groups in the Indian Premier League (IPL) history. The “Yellow Army” holds the record for showing up in playoffs ten out of the eleven seasons. Sadly, CSK couldn’t reach the Top 4 in IPL 2020. All things considered, they finished their campaign with some brilliant exhibitions.
CSK has been home to some incredible names in world cricket like MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo, Shane Watson, and a few others. When got restricted in the year 2015, the pillars of CSK changed to the Rising Pune Supergiant and the Gujarat Lions.
Be that as it may, in this article, we will examine those 5 players who just represented the Chennai Super Kings in their IPL careers.
1. Stephen Fleming
The current mentor of the Chennai Super Kings group, Stephen Fleming played his only IPL for the 3-time champions in the year 2008. The previous New Zealand batsman has assumed an instrumental role in the group’s prosperity throughout the most recent couple of years.
Fleming played ten counterparts for the Super Kings in the 2008 IPL season. The left-handed batsman scored 196 runs for the group at an average of 21.78. His scoring rate was 118.79.
2. Suraj Randiv
Sri Lankan off-spinner Suraj Randiv played just a single IPL season, and he won the prize with the Chennai Super Kings that year. Randiv played eight games for CSK in 2011, scalping six wickets for the group.
Randiv had an economy rate of 7.69, while his strike rate was 29. CSK sadly released Randiv before the 2012 season and afterward, no other franchise indicated an interest in him.
3. Nuwan Kulasekara
Another Sri Lankan bowler who played distinctly for the Chennai Super Kings in his IPL profession is Nuwan Kulasekara. The right-arm medium pacer is popular for bowling the final ball of the 2011 World Cup to MS Dhoni.
Nuwan Kulasekara played for CSK in the 2011 and 2012 IPL seasons. He played six matches for the group, where he took five wickets at a good economy rate of 7.06.
4. Doug Bollinger
Previous Australian speedster became famous with his wonderful exhibitions for the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. Bollinger won two IPL prizes with CSK.
He wore the yellow jersey in 27 matches and got 37 wickets. Shockingly, CSK didn’t hold him after the 2012 season finished.
5. Matthew Hayden
Former Orange Cap holder in the IPL, Matthew Hayden, played three seasons for CSK from 2008 to 2010. He made the Mongoose Bat famous during his IPL career.
Hayden was a standout amongst other batsmen for CSK in the initial three seasons. He played 32 matches for the side and totaled 1107 runs at an average of 36.90.