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Last evening's Indian Premier League match between Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings and Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore produced some really incredible moments of the 2019 season of the league. The thrilling last-minute drama with the brilliant direct hit by the RCB wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel allowed his side to win the third game of the season in a nail-biter. However, the innings played by the former Indian skipper has to be the talk of the town. While scoring his career best in the IPL (83 not out), Dhoni looked and played like his old self when he was challenging the age-old techniques of some of the greatest batsmen of the game with his unorthodox style and brute power. Mahi came to play and was focused from the first delivery, scoring a boundary at the deep point. We also got to see the finesse and creativity of the batter that he gathered and evolved through the years and years of playing international cricket as he smoothly directed a wide ball towards the deep fine leg. This career best performance consisted of five fours and a barrage of sixes, one of which was the longest any cricketer had hit this season at 111 metres, with the ball going out of the M. Chinnaswamy stadium onto the busy roads of Bangalore. Out of the Park SIX ðªðªðª Biggest Six(111m) of #IPL2019 #Dhoni the Powerhouse ð¥ð¥ð¥ pic.twitter.com/trRqoUc6kM — Serendipity â¤ (@PoornaPradeep4) April 21, 2019 The seven sixes that came off Dhoni's bat is the most number of sixes scored by anyone during the ongoing season and led him to score a total of 203 maximums in the 12 years since IPL began, making him the first Indian cricketer to hit 200+ sixes in IPL. What looked like an out-of-hand game for the 'Whistle Podu' franchise, came to the final delivery thanks to the superhuman game played by Dhoni. However, with a dot ball and a failed single, his efforts did not lead to a win. Nonetheless, Dhoni's efforts were recognised by the world: Dhoni for PM. Or have I said that before a dozen times ð — Prannoy Roy (@PrannoyRoyNDTV) April 21, 2019 Dhoni for PM. Or have I said that before a dozen times ð — Prannoy Roy (@PrannoyRoyNDTV) April 21, 2019 Is there anyone better than MS Dhoni in world cricket when it comes to being there & finish off games ? It's not just about striking, it's about backing himself & being calculative. Top innings from him. Unfortunate to have lost by 1 run but Bloody Brilliant @ChennaiIPL #RCBvCSK — Hemang Badani (@hemangkbadani) April 21, 2019 84* off 48, 5x4s, 7x6s. Are #Dhoni haters still alive or have they retired from planet earth? ð¥ð¦ #RCBvCSK #CSKvRCB pic.twitter.com/MRpCkuphCx — Sir Jadeja fan (@SirJadeja) April 21, 2019 I am not a fan of winning Dhoni, I am Proud fan of MS Dhoni ðªâ¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/IIegM1cAre — DHONIsm™ â¤ï¸ (@DHONIism) April 21, 2019