In a new trailer released on the streaming service, Dhoni says that match-fixing is a crime that he considers even worse than murder.
“The biggest crime that I can commit is not a murder, it is match-fixing. The team was involved and even my name came up. It was a tough phase for us. Fans felt the punishment was harsh and the comeback was very emotional. And I always said what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” he says in the trailer.
MS Dhoni talks about Chennai Super Kings’ return from the two-year ban that was imposed on them in a documentary.
The trailer also features Dhoni’s CSK teammates Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja and Shane Watson. It also includes a clip of a video of CSK’s victory parade in Chennai after their triumph last season.
Chennai Super Kings came back into the IPL from a two-year ban last season and went on to win their third title that season. Dhoni was in sensational form that year, scoring 455 runs at an average of 75.83 and finishing as the franchise’s third highest run scorer.