New Delhi: Former India cricketer Ajit Agarkar feels that Chennai Super Kings, who had their worst IPL season since the inception of the league, need to go through a bit of restructuring process before the next edition of the tournament.
"I think there are a couple of teams, CSK certainly need a little bit of restructuring," said Agarkar while speaking on Star Sports show Cricket Connected.
He has echoed the words of former batsman and cricket expert Aakash Chopra, who recently suggested that CSK should not retain MS Dhoni for IPL 2021, but instead use RTM card to bring him onboard.
Meanwhile, Agarkar also expressed a bit disappointment in Kolkata Knight Riders, saying that he hopes for the team to perform better next year.
'...the one team I hope plays better or play a bit more consistently is KKR. I think KKR certainly has a lot of match-winners in them or T20 specialists if you like. They should be doing a lot better," said Agarkar. "There were in better positions, changed the captain for some reason midway through and you could see that there was something not right in the camp. I think it has happened before as well and somehow, they scrapped through to the playoffs," he added.
While CSK finished the season at 7th position in the point table, KKR stood at fifth this year.
In other updates related to CSK, according to a recent survey, MS Dhoni-led CSK was the most tweeted about team during the course of the IPL 2020 which held in Dubai this year.
After CSK, RCB were the most tweeted about team this IPL season, followed by Mumbai Indians, SunRisers Hyderabad, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Kings XI Punjab and Delhi Capitals.
The survey also revealed that RCB skipper Virat Kohli was the most tweeted player in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League.
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