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One, two, three, four… Chennai Super Kings every match I am helpless. If you do, just leave. Give up hope of his victory. The team has not come close to winning a single match in these matches. And, we don’t think so. The same goes for the head coach of the team, Stephen Fleming. the idea is , He himself has started feeling that the confidence of the team has been shaken due to continuous defeat. Their morale has dropped. Because if it were not for this then the performance of the team would not have been on top of its worst performance in IPL history. The chain of defeat is such that IPL 2020 In India too, the team is far behind in the points table. The team has handed over the captaincy responsibility to Ravindra Jadeja. And The team is still looking for its first win of the season.

The most recent defeat against Chennai Super Kings was at the hands of Sunrisers Hyderabad. However, given the past record against this team, the team with the yellow jersey was expected to win. But, the Super Kings seem to have forgotten the victory. As a result, he also lost 8 wickets at the hands of Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Understand CSK’s position from Fleming’s statement

Now after this defeat, understand the state of mind of the team with this statement of your coach Stephen Fleming. He said, “I think everything is clear. Batting, bowling, fielding we failed in all three sections. We need to work in every field. Because this is also affecting our margin of defeat. In no match have we lost a close fight. The margin of our defeat was huge.”

CSK lost the first two matches 6-6 and lost 8 wickets to Sunrisers. In the third match, he fell on his knees for 54 runs. Fleming said, ‘Our morale is low because we are not even close to winning a match. It has shaken our confidence.

 

Repeated defeats increase anxiety: Fleming

“The four matches we’ve played so far are a matter of concern for us,” Fleming said. I will not talk about a single match. Instead we did poorly in all the matches. Players have to give their best if we want to move forward. They have to perform better.

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