IPL 2022 will be played in India, it will be more exciting with two new teams: Jay Shah | Cricket news

IPL 2022 will be played in India, it will be more exciting with two new teams: Jay Shah |  Cricket news
CHENNAI: Cricket Control Board in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah confirmed on Saturday that the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 will be played in India.
“I know everyone is looking forward to seeing the Chennai Super Kings play in Chepauk. The time is not far off, the 15th IPL season will be held in India and it will be more exciting with the addition of new teams. We have a mega se zoom in on the auction to see what the new combination looks like, “said Jay Shah during an event here in Chennai.
Speaking about the success of Chennai Super Kings, Jay Shah said: “Much of the credit for CSK’s success over the years must go to N Srinivasan as he has supported his team through difficult times. I must add that Kasi Viswanathan is like a glue that binds the team together. Season after season, she has sailed through the team. ”
“How can you take CSK lightly when you have a captain like MS Dhoni? Dhoni is the heart and backbone of CSK. Mahi is the most successful captain that India has produced. The bond he has created and the legacy he has created will last forever. ” ages, “he added.
IPL 2021 was won by CSK and was the fourth title under the leadership of MS Dhoni.
Previously, after winning the 2021 IPL, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper MS Dhoni kept quiet regarding his participation in next year’s tournament edition.
For IPL 2022, two new teams will enter: Ahmedabad and Lucknow. However, Dhoni also noted that he has not yet left his legacy behind, hinting that he could play next season for CSK.
“Again, I’ve said it before, it’s up to BCCI. With two new teams coming in, we have to decide what’s good for CSK. It’s not about me being in the top three or four. It’s about making a strong core. to make sure the franchise doesn’t suffer. The core group, we have to look closely to see who can contribute over the next 10 years, “Dhoni told host broadcaster Star Sports in the post-match presentation.
However, once the station said, “You can be proud of the legacy you have left,” Dhoni was quick to reply and said, “I have not been left behind yet.”

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