5 players who played just one game for Chennai Super Kings

By Bet Barter

August 8, 2020

Chennai Super Kings has been one of those groups which have consistently been reliable with their group choice, and the majority of the players, who have played for CSK, have a steady rushed to grandstand their capacity.

Be that as it may, there have been a couple of unfortunate players who got the opportunity to play only one game for CSK and never highlighted for the establishment after their presentation game. Here are five such players –

Vijay Shankar

Vijay Shankar was a piece of the CSK crew when he didn’t have a lot of understanding as he had barely played any domestic cricket. In this way, Dhoni didn’t show a great deal of confidence in him, and the Tamil Nadu all-rounder played one game in IPL 2014.

In any case, Shankar got many more games to play when he moved to Sunrisers Hyderabad and later to Delhi Capitals. Shankar, as of now, has 29 IPL appearances to his name for different establishments. The 29-year old has scored an aggregate of 557 runs in the IPL at a striking pace of 133.89.

Arun Karthik

Arun Karthik is a wicket-attendant batsman who bats in the top request.

Since Dhoni was accessible for a large portion of the games, Karthik got the chance to play only one game for CSK in which he scored three runs off five balls and stayed unbeaten at the wrinkle. Karthik played sixteen games later for Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2011.

John Hastings

John Hastings additionally played only one game for CSK, and it was not so much as an IPL game. It was a Champions League installation where Hastings got his chance, and he got one wicket parting with 29 runs in his standard of 4 overs.

The CSK skipper MS Dhoni consistently inclines toward only one abroad quick bowler in the XI, and out of all the abroad bowlers in the crew, he frequently goes for the person who can be the authority with the ball. Since Hastings was a line-and-length bowler and not an implementer, he didn’t get such a large number of chances under Dhoni.

Thisara Perera

As an all-rounder, Dwayne Bravo has consistently been Dhoni’s best option, and at whatever point he is accessible, Dhoni picks him in the XI due to the quality that he carries onto the table with the ball.

Thisara Perera was there in the crew to do nearly a similar sort of employment that Bravo accomplishes for CSK. Bravo was undeniably more predominant with the ball and would bowl during the extreme periods of the innings. Dhoni kept Perera on the seat and continued playing Bravo. Perera got only one playing opportunity during his spell at CSK.

Mark Wood

Mark Wood was marked by CSK for IPL 2018 and he played the primary round of the competition, wherein he ends up being pricey and was dropped from the playing XI along these lines.

Wood would most likely have played more games in the last phases of IPL 2018. He chose to leave the CSK camp in the competition and came back to England to play local cricket. Wood, who is at present one of England’s cutting edge bowlers in white-ball cricket, additionally wound up with only one appearance for CSK.

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