Delhi needed 17 runs in the final over to win against Chennai Super Kings in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match on Saturday. And captain MS Dhoni handed the ball to Ravindra Jadeja. Axar Patel hit Jadeja for three sixes to take the game away from Chennai. Dhoni's decision was questioned, but the captain said after the match that his first choice was Dwayne Bravo, as he was not fit bowl. Coach Fleming later revealed that Bravo was injured and therefore could not play the last over. At the post-match press conference, Flemings stated, "Unfortunately Dwayne Bravo was injured, so he could not play the last over. Naturally, he is a death bowler. The way our season is going, we have challenges. " Later, talking to ANI, CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan said that Bravo's report would come on Sunday and only then would he come to know about his injuries. “We will receive the report by this evening and then the team management will have a fair idea regarding Bravo's injury. At the moment, I can only say that it could be a week or two games. , "Vishwanathan told ANI. Although unknown to the extent of the injury, he said it was unlikely that CSK would be looking for a replacement. "I don't think a replacement at this stage is an option because if a new person comes, it will be about a quarantine period for him again before he can join the rest of the squad." It is unlikely that we are. If he is out, then look for Bravo instead. But first of all, we are hoping that Bravo is not out and injury is not major, ”said Viswanathan.