With the Covid-19 outbreak, the Indian Premier League has been postponed indefinitely. However, some franchise of the league are still keeping their fans entertained. One of them is Chennai Super Kings (CSK).
The CSK skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, returned back to his family in Ranchi from the Chennai training camp after the BCCI decided to postpone the kick-off of 2020 IPL until further notice due to the pandemic.
Since then, Mahi has been spending a lot of time at his Ranchi home with wife Sakshi and daughter Ziva.
In a recent video that has gone viral on social media, the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman can once again be seen carrying a new look like a boss. CSK took to their official Twitter handle and shared the video saying: “The much needed pawsitivity at 7! #Thala @msdhoni #WhistlePodu”
The much needed pawsitivity at 7! #Thala @msdhoni #WhistlePodu 🦁💛 pic.twitter.com/fEVrG0Gubc
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) July 17, 2020
The opening match of the IPL 2020 was supposed to be played between the Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super Kings – at the iconic Wankhede Stadium on March 29. The BCCI is looking at a September-October window to conduct the league by taking it international.
The discussions are on between Indian cricket body and the UAE cricket board, where both the parties are looking at conducting the cash-rich tournament in Dubai. However, the entire decision depends upon the ICC to take a call on T20 World Cup that was supposed to be hosted in Australia.
Sourav Ganguly, the President of BCCI, has assured to try his level best of the IPL to happen this year, even if it has to take a foreign route. Cricket in India, be it international or domestic, has been on standby ever since the deadly coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
MSD, whom his teammates also call ‘Thala’, has no plans to retire anytime soon. Read the full story here.
We loved Dhoni’s new look. We think it makes him look so much more enthusiastic and sassy. Are you a CSk fan or an MI supporter? Leave your views in the comments below.
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