CSK decision correct .. RCB lacks that sanity: Gambhir throws

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Former cricketer Gautam Gambhir believes the Chennai Super Kings are moving ahead strategically ahead of the IPL 2021 season. Gambhir reminded that the Chennai team could not even qualify for the playoffs at least in the IPL 2020 season. Despite facing severe criticism, only six players were released for the IPL 2021 season auction and the rest of the team was retained. On the other hand, Gambhir Eddewa said that the Royal Challengers Bangalore, who had qualified for the playoffs, had once again dropped the RCB woes by surprisingly releasing 10 players in the auction.

The Chennai Super Kings franchise has dropped Harbhajan Singh, Shane Watson (retirement), Monu Singh, Piyush Chawla, Murali Vijay and Kedar Jadhav. With that .. the franchise is going to go into the IPL 2021 season auction with Rs 22.9 crore. Royal Challengers Bangalore, meanwhile, have released ten players, including Aaron Finch, Chris Morris, Isuru Udana, Moin Ali, Dale Steyn, Pawan Negi, Shivam Dubey, Parthiv Patel (retirement), Umesh Yadav and Gurkeerat Singh Mann. With that .. RCB is going to go for auction with Rs 35.7 crore.

“Chennai is going to the IPL 2020 season auction with the correct plan. The Chennai Super Kings did not do so poorly in the IPL 2020 season. Fans have high expectations from the team that reached the playoffs each season they played. But .. the team did not live up to expectations. With that .. the demand was heard to change the whole team radically. However .. this is where Dhoni’s mark decision was seen. He doesn’t think too much about the upcoming seasons. Next season will focus only on team performance. So .. only for that season will the pieces move to strengthen the team. As a part of it, Chennai left only the players who are heavy in terms of game and price to the team. But .. the Bengaluru team is not like that .. even though they qualified for the playoffs .. they left 10 people in the auction with the intention of changing the team radically. If RCB fails to increase the sense of insecurity among the players … Chennai is registering victory by standing in support, ”Gambhir said.