Santner has played four matches for the Chennai Super Kings after being picked in 2018.
Santner was snapped up by CSK for INR 50 lakh in the IPL 2018 auction. However, due to an injury, the New Zealander did not don CSK jersey in that season.
The New Zealander also revealed that MS Dhoni later apologised to the umpires after the match.
The left-arm spinner looked quite ineffective in the ongoing series between Australia and New Zealand.
Santner's dull bowling even saw captain Kane Williamson moving him out of the attack on Day 2 of the first Test.
The incident took place on day three of the Test when Joe Burns and Marnus Labuschagne tried to take a tight single.
New Zealand ended the day on 109/5 and would want Ross Taylor and Watling to pull them out of trouble.
All the statistical highlights from New Zealand’s domination on the 4th day of the first Test.
The Mumbai bowlers relied on three variations this match – slow, slower and slowest.
Mitchell Santner batted for the first time in the IPL on Thursday.