Chennai Super Kings scored their biggest Champions League Twenty20 win in terms of runs on Indian soil on Monday night against South African team Dolphins but skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni saw the 'negatives' in the 54-run win at Bangalore's Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Chennai Super Kings' 242 for six against Dolphins was their highest ever total in the Champions League Twenty20, emulating the all-time highest in the CLT20. Otago had scored 242 for four versus Scorchers at Jaipur on September 25, 2013.
Dhoni, who scored his third first-ball duck in Twenty20, feels Chennai bowlers needed to be tighter on flat batting decks. Mohit Sharma (4/41) produced his second four-wicket haul in Twenty20, but the Dolphins made a stunning start, scoring 66 runs in the first four overs. The South Africans reached 50 off just 15 balls.