Rishi Dhawan made his much-awaited comeback to the Indian Premier League after being signed by Punjab Kings (PBKS) for Rs 55 lakh. The all-rounder had hogged the limelight with a dream run in the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2021/22 and also came close to a national recall after 6 years.While he is still awaiting a recall to the national team, Dhawan finally played an IPL fixture for the first time in six years when he stepped on the field against Lucknow Super Giants. In his 2nd game of the season against Chennai Super Kings (CSK), the all-rounder did a fine job by defending 27 runs in the final over. He was bowling to MS Dhoni in the final over. A few days before the fixture, Dhoni had smashed 16 runs off the final 4 balls against Mumbai Indians to propel his team to a win.The CSK captain welcomed Dhawan with a six and failed to score on the next delivery. The bowler outsmarted Dhoni on the 3rd delivery and got him caught at deep mid-wicket. Speaking to The Indian Express, Dhawan has now revealed his plan against Dhoni.The 32-year-old said that he planned to make Dhoni hit on the bigger side of the boundary. The plan worked and the batsman got caught. “Planning does not always work against MS Dhoni. It is a difficult job to bowl the last over to him. He can swing the game from nowhere,” he told The Indian Express.“It is not in your control if a batsman hits a good shot, but what length to bowl is what a bowler can control. I used the ground dimension. My plan was to let him hit on the bigger side of the boundary. He hit me for a six on the first ball, but then he mistimed one, and I got the wicket." Riding on his dream run in domestic cricket, Dhawan is now eyeing a comeback in the national team. Earlier in the year, chief selector Chetan Sharma had said that Dhawan was among players who will be in contention for national call-up.