IPL 2021: MS Dhoni’s Daughter Ziva Follows Him At Chennai Super Kings’ Dinner Session

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MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni

The Chennai Super Kings have begun their preparations for the second phase of the Indian Premier League 2021 season, which will kickstart on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates.

The MS Dhoni-led team reached Dubai on August 13 and completed the mandatory quarantine, before starting their training. They have hosted a few practice sessions so far at the ICC Academy, for the players to get into the groove ahead of the tournament. As the team is in a bubble, the Chennai Super Kings organized team dinners for the players to bond.

The official social media handle of Chennai Super Kings posted a video from their dinner session where Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s daughter, Ziva was seen following her father around. The video was caught the fans’ attention and was well-received on social media.

The Chennai Super Kings also shared a few other snaps from the team’s bonding session. In a two-minute long video compiling lovely moments from the dinner, they wrote,

“A fab evening for the #Yellove Makkal! Food Family Fun #WhistlePodu.”

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Chennai Super Kings rank second on the points table

Chennai Super Kings
Photo Credit: (IPL)

The Chennai Super Kings will resume their campaign on September 19 against the Mumbai Indians at the Dubai International Stadium. They are second on the points table currently with five wins in seven matches and have a Net Run Rate of +1.263.

The three-time IPL champions will be looking to win their fourth Indian Premier League title this season.

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