England all-rounder Sam Curran was the newest recruit for Chennai Super Kings forward of the IPL auctions this season. However, owing to the coronavirus pandemic, the BCCI has been compelled to postpone the season indefinitely. Curran, nonetheless, reveals that he was wanting ahead to taking part in below the captaincy of MS Dhoni in the season forward.
“I am obviously very gutted to see what’s going on at the moment. We would have probably been together at the moment in Chennai but obviously there are a lot more more important things going on. I am very excited to be playing alongside the captain, MS Dhoni. That’s going to be really like an incredible experience for me,” Sam Curran mentioned throughout an Instagram Live with Chennai Super Kings.
“They have a great coach in Stephen Fleming. And there are huge Indian superstars there as well. Just to be able to pick their brains I have actually heard from Sam Billings. He was there for the last couple of years,” he additional added.
Sam Curran mentioned that it was tough to go previous Dhoni so far as the finest player in the Chennai Super Kings camp.
“There are a lot of extremely talented players but I think it’s hard to go past MS Dhoni. Dhoni is obviously a legend of international cricket. He has achieved so much in the game. I am really hoping the IPL does go ahead and I can pick his brains and play alongside him. I have heard he is a great captain. I am just excited to be part of the franchise,” Curran mentioned.
“I was invited to the WhatsApp group (CSK). That was a good day. Everyone said welcome and things like that, obviously that was very special. There has been loads of information about the virus and all that kind of stuff,” the younger all-rounder mentioned.