'Mahi bhai has lost his touch' - Deepak Chahar reveals that MS Dhoni has switched to Call of Duty from PUBG

‘Mahi bhai has lost his touch’ – Deepak Chahar reveals that MS Dhoni has switched to Call of Duty from PUBG

Deepak Chahar was set to don the Chennai Super Kings jersey in 13th edition of the Indian Premier League.

Deepak Chahar & MS Dhoni
Deepak Chahar & MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The current situation amid the coronavirus outbreak has put all the sporting events at a halt. Be it football or cricket, fans are left with no sporting action to witness whatsoever. Amid these trying times, many cricketers are either using Twitter or Instagram to stay connected with their fans.

Several cricketers have also resorted to training and working out while being at home. Also, many cricketers have been spotted spending their quarantine time by playing video games, and Esports amid the lockdown. Recently, prolific England all-rounder Ben Stokes also signed in to race in virtual F1 Grand Prix along with the likes of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.

Indian cricketers are also known for their PUBG skills as many players indulge in the game in their off days. Many current India players have been spotted playing PUBG while travelling or in their idle. Meanwhile, in a recent video interview with Chennai Super Kings, pacer Deepak Chahar revealed that CSK skipper MS Dhoni has stopped playing PUBG and is losing touch in the game.

MS Dhoni was set to lead CSK in IPL 2020

Chennai Super Kings released a video on their official Twitter account where Chahar revealed that Dhoni has switched to playing ‘Call of Duty’ instead of PUBG. He also revealed that CSK skipper MS Dhoni has stopped playing PUBG, and is losing touch in the game.

“Yeah, sometime back he got back to playing PUBG but had lost touch. He couldn’t figure out who was shooting from where. He clearly was looking out of touch,” said Chahar.

Deepak Chahar was set to don the Chennai Super Kings jersey in 13th edition of the Indian Premier League. However, in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, the tournament was postponed from March 30 to April 15. CSK also had to cancel their training camp for the same reason.

However, considering the stern situation across the globe, reports have suggested that the tournament might be cancelled this year. Several other reports have also contradicted the possibility by stating that the cash-rich league might be held later this year before the much-awaited T20 World Cup 2020.