Dubai: Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not happy with the performance of both his batting and bowling units after his side suffered their second consecutive loss in the Indian Premier League. After CSK’s 44-run defeat at the hands of Delhi capitals here on Friday, Dhoni said his batting unit was lacking “a bit of steam” while the spinners were “yet to come to the party”. It was CSK’s third match and second defeat after beating defending champions Mumbai Indians in the tournament opener. “I don’t think it was a good game for us. There was no dew, but the wicket did slow down. We are lacking a bit of steam in the batting and that hurts. The run rate keeps on mounting after such slow starts and adds pressure, we need to figure that out,” Dhoni said after the match against DC.