Jadeja left the IPL in the middle of the season; Dhoni again became the captain

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The big change in Chennai's team in the middle of the season: Dhoni again became the captain in 37 days, know why Jadeja left the IPL in the middle of the season Ravindra Jadeja has left the captaincy after a poor performance in IPL 2022. He has once again handed over the captaincy of the team to Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Chennai could win only 2 matches after playing 8 matches. Now in the remaining matches, once again MS Dhoni will be seen captaining.

According to CSK's press release, Ravindra Jadeja has decided to quit the captaincy to focus more on his game and requested Dhoni to lead the Chennai team. Dhoni has accepted this appeal in the interest of the team and has decided to take over the captaincy himself. The next match of Chennai Super Kings is on Sunday i.e. May 1. When Chennai Super Kings will take the field against Sunrisers Hyderabad, then Mahendra Singh Dhoni will take over the command of the team. Ravindra Jadeja generally used to perform well in the IPL but under the pressure of captaincy, his performance was very poor. In such a situation, Jadeja was getting a lot of criticism. But no one believed that Sir Ravindra Jadeja could take such a big decision. After leaving Jadeja's captaincy, Dhoni will take over the captaincy of the team for the second time. 33-year-old Jadeja has been with the Chennai team since 2012. On March 24, Dhoni suddenly announced to hand over the captaincy to him.

Then Jadeja became the third captain of Chennai. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was heading the team since the first season of IPL i.e. 2008. While captaining 213 matches, Dhoni has led the team to victory in 130 matches. In between, Suresh Raina has also captained in 6 matches, out of which the team won only 2 matches. The 40-year-old Dhoni has been the captain of Chennai since 2008 and this could be his last IPL. He has already retired from international cricket.


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