Mukesh Choudhary has established a name for himself by capitalizing on the possibilities presented to him while playing for the Chennai Super Kings. While the left-arm pacer has produced some stunning performances in the present IPL 2022, his toe-crushing yorker to Mumbai Indians batsman Ishan Kishan stood out the most.
Meanwhile, the rising pacer has discussed MS Dhoni’s distinct leadership approach. Simultaneously, Mukesh Choudhary has chosen his all-time favorite on-field moment from the renowned cricketer, which occurred to be that famous six off Sri Lankan pacer Nuwan Kulasekara in the 2011 World Cup final, which took place at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on April 2, 2021.
MS Dhoni possesses a wealth of knowledge: Mukesh Choudhary
“I get goosebumps whenever I see that winning six. I chose to play for India someday after Dhoni sir hit the winning six and hugged Yuvraj Singh. I used to play cricket, but I became more serious about the game following that historic moment. Mukesh expressed his admiration for the 2011 World Cup team in an interview” with The Times of India.
“I discussed the victory with Dhoni sir. He possesses a lot of knowledge,” he continued.
Mukesh Choudhary was given a regular spot in CSK’s playing XI after all-rounder Deepak Chahar’s tournament was cut short owing to injury concerns. However, it is worth noting that Choudhary possesses considerable experience, having claimed 17 scalps in 12 List A matches while representing Maharashtra.
The young cricketer has taken 11 wickets in eight outings, averaging 25.45 and bowling at a 9.82 economy rate. He’d be aiming for a future appearance on the Purple Cap list. After a morale-boosting 13-run victory against SRH in their previous game, Chennai Super Kings will be looking for another success when they face a dejected RCB at Pune’s MCA Stadium on May 4.