CSK coach Stephen Fleming admits ‘Losing 3 games in a row is a matter of concern’

CSK coach Stephen Fleming: Chennai Super Kings head coach Stephen Fleming admitted on Thursday that three consecutive losses are cause for concern. But he won’t be overly concerned about that going forward. Punjab hit Chennai by six wickets.


  • Losing 3 games in a row is matter of concern, says CSK coach Stephen Fleming
  • It was a much pretty stunted effort with the bat, says Stephen Fleming
  • Punjab Kings crush Chennai Super Kings by six wickets on Thursday

After cementing their place in the playoffs, the MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings sank for their third straight loss on Thursday.

KL Rahul scored 98 undefeated on 42 balls. And helped the Punjab Kings defeat the Chennai Super Kings by six wickets in a small IPL match. In pursuit of 135. The Punjab team claimed victory in 13 overs when CSK captain MS Dhoni found no answers to stop Rahul’s attack.

The Chennai Super Kings middle class has not benefited from the start of their starting players Ruturaj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis.

“You have to be concerned when you lose three games in a row. Batting first, coming to grips with setting a total. I think it has been a little tricky going around the venues trying to find the target scores.” Fleming said after their six-wicket defeat

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“I am not overly worried going forward because it can change very quickly. You always get a couple on the way. In my experience, it has always been the case. We have a little bit of leeway.

“The confidence and the method that we use. We have to tune that up in the next couple of days,” added Fleming.

About the injury status of veteran left-hander Suresh Raina and if he would be available for the play-offs. He said, “I am not really sure about Suresh…with regard to his injury status.”

When asked what went wrong during the CSK strike, the head coach described it as a rather stunted performance.

“We could not find a method to get any fluency into our batting, trying to find the best way to take the bowling on…It was probably a bit slow. Getting the pace of the wicket and trying to find the tempo to create a score. We just came up with a short. Whenever we get close, we lose a wicket. It was a much pretty stunted effort in the first innings to keep us below par,” he said.

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