After looking at Kedar Jadhav's awful performance, netizens slammed MS Dhoni for persisting with the 35-year-old in place of a young N Jagadeesan.

Chennai have had an abysmal Dream11 IPL 2020 campaign so far and they have looked far from the champion team they have been over the years. The Men in Yellow's woes started even before the season commenced as their batting mainstay Suresh Raina pulled out of the tournament citing personal reasons. Harbhajan Singh also followed Raina's lead as he too opted to remain in India with his family.

Fans slam MS Dhoni for picking Kedar Jadhav over N Jagadeesan

MS Dhoni's men were beaten by Rajasthan in Match 37 of the Dream11 IPL 2020 on Monday. Courtesy of their crushing defeat, the three-time IPL champions are now languishing at the bottom of the points table with three wins and seven losses. Chennai management's tactics have been highly questionable this season.

From not giving a chance to last year's leading wicket-taker of the tournament, Imran Tahir in the playing XI to persisting with Kedar Jadhav despite consistent failures, Chennai management's tactics have been surprising to many, to say the least.

Kedar Jadhav has been in poor form this season and was left out of the team for a couple of games after his dismal show against Kolkata. After axing Jadhav, Chennai finally gave an opportunity to N Jagadeesan and the right-hander proved his worth by scoring a 28-ball 33 with four boundaries, However, his innings was brought to an end due to an unfortunate run out.

Despite putting in a decent performance, N Jagadeesan was left out of the playing XI in the next game against Hyderabad as Dhoni opted to go with two spinners in the form of Piyush Chawla and Karn Sharma. It was expected that the Tamil Nadu-based cricketer will be back in the team for the match against Delhi but he was overlooked once again. To make things worse, Kedar Jadhav broke into the playing XI.

Dhoni continued with Jadhav against Rajasthan on Monday but he once again disappointed everyone with his slow batting. The Maharashtra batsman, who had come to bat with just 14 balls remaining, opened his account on the fourth ball of his innings and ended up scoring just four runs off seven balls. Chennai couldn't get the final flourish and were restricted to a total of 125/5.