Chennai Super Kings

Ziva Praying For CSK’s Win Against DC

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Delhi Capitals(DC) and Chennai super kings(CSK) met for the last time this year. Both the teams struggled to bat in the match. As a result, it was a low run chase for DC. However, they managed to win the game.

Now, CSK has lost two matches in a row. And Delhi is at the top of the table with 20 points. Both the teams have played beautifully throughout the tournament. But the last two games for Chennai hasn’t been fruitful.

Was Ziva Praying For CSK’s Win?

Ziva Dhoni was spotted while closing her eyes and hands folded while the match looked like a trouble for CSK. Delhi Capitals have played their matches with a consistent intent to win this year. And they beaten Chennai super Kings even after the little prayers. Certainly, Delhi Capitals’ fans were praying too.

Although, the results of the game didn’t go in the favor of the Chennai Super Kings. But the innocence of MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva was caught on camera. The cuteness of little girl got viral on internet. And everyone liked seeing Ziva praying for her daddy’s team.

Ziva and Gracia gets to spend a lot of time during IPL. Both were there together like always to watch this match. However, Raina was benched in the match against DC as Robin Uthappa replaced him on that match. Chennai Super Kings, batting first scored 136/5 and in reply, Delhi Capitals won the match. DC scored139/7 in 19.4 overs.

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CSK Vs DC

Shimron Hetmyer’s catch was dropped by Krishnappa Gautam off Bravo’s delivery. Then CSK paid for this in the last over. Then CSK paid for this in the last over. Dwayne Bravo gave in his last over couldn’t defend 6 runs against DC and the game straightaway turned in Delhi Capitals’ favor.

What Did Dhoni Said In The Post Match Interview

Dhoni talked about pitch and how delhi capitals played better than them and said, “We were looking to get closer to 150. After we lost a few wickets, around the 15-16th over mark the platform was nice. We failed to accelerate. I thought it was a tough pitch. Anything close to 150 would’ve been a good score. It’s a two-paced wicket. It’s not like it slowed down drastically. Can’t just play your shots. That’s what the Delhi batters also faced. The taller bowlers were getting movement. It was a very good effort to make a game out of it. Was important not to give too many in the first six. Was one expensive over in the first six, but when quality players are batting it can happen.”

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