Chennai Super Kings Trolled For Buying Senior Players In IPL Auction

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| January 30 , 2018 , 17:16 IST

India is ready for the biggest festival of cricket, Indian Premier League 2018 and the sports lovers are finding it hard to hide their excitement. After bidding for the player of their will and spending crores, Franchises are set with their complete teams to fight for the title full-force.

Two teams that are Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings are making their comeback this IPL after serving two-year's spot-fixing ban. Aimed at making up for the lost time, both the franchises spent ample of the amount to buy their desired players but Twitterati is still not satisfied.

While Rajasthan played their A-card by buying Ben Stokes and Jaydev Unadkat for Rs 12.5 crore and Rs 11.5 crore respectively, Chennai bid for more experienced players and added Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo, Murali Vijay. Harbhajan Singh and Shane Watson to their team among others.

Notably, most players in MS Dhoni's team are over 30-year-old, basically making Chennai Super Kings a team of senior citizens. Dhoni's franchise has reached the top four in IPL tally maximum of the times but this time, Twitterati is doubtful, at least their posts suggest that.