MS Dhoni as we all know is one of the most destructive batsmen the world have ever witnessed and the way he closes up the win or his innings is just remarkable
He is popularly known for the way he plays and delivers himself in the arena as of whenever required he has been through standing tall and giving away the that can be taken out of him
Currently he is playing for the Rising Pune Supergiant’s and the way finished up the last match was just remarkable and this could also form to end up the winning streak of the Mumbai Indians paltan that has 6 wins in a row
Mumbai Indians has just lost one match till date in this season of IPL and that too against RPS so it will be a very interesting catch as of how both the team will proceed and feature each other in todays game
"There has been a discussion around when was the last time he has played an innings like that," Fleming said. "You have to remember playing an innings like that [is hard]. We had got a bit blasé about how special they were. But yesterday, he proved again that when he is in the mood, and has got the sight or the feel for the bowling, he is still the most destructive closer that the game has seen.
"People were questioning his form, but certainly from the finishing point of view I will reiterate we have got a bit blasé because it was happening so often. We benefited from it at Chennai [Super Kings] a lot and people were yearning for a performance like that. And like all great players do, he delivered."
Dhoni, though, was aware that he was running out of time to reiterate those credentials. "Yes, [he was anxious]," Fleming said. "He was determined. He has been training a lot. He has certainly hit a lot of balls and it was all building up to an innings of substance. He desperately wants us to do well this year. After last year, we all felt that we needed more contributions from everybody. He, in particular, was the one to put his hand up. So he has been wanting to win a game. [Steven] Smith, as well, has been wanting to win a game and our big players want to contribute and one of our biggest did that yesterday which was great."
A key moment in the chase was when Dhoni came up against Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the 19th. At the time, Sunrisers seamer who had never given more than 10 runs in an over while bowling in the last five. But Dhoni took him for 19.
"The calmness he shows in such situations is one of his greatest assets," Fleming said. "And yesterday, it was to the fore. We thought that it was probably late and we had not got too much of the total to leave us with a good chase in the end, but he proved that, with the hitting and batting skills and the power that players have these days, no score is impossible and that puts so much pressure on the bowlers. And good bowlers too, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been bowling very well. It was a good match-up and a good result for us."