MS Dhoni's unbeatable craze hits FIFA World Cup; Fans were seen holding CSK Jersey during Brazil game
MS Dhoni was one of the best captains that the game has ever seen. He was one of those captains that ended up winning all the major ICC tournaments. Apart from his leadership, he was also one of the best finishers in the game.
MSD has won many games for India and his IPL franchise, the Chennai Super Kings, with his bat in hand. That is the reason he has a huge fanbase of devoted fans. Apart from that, the four-time IPL champions, CSK is also one of the most followed T20 franchises in the world.
And one such moment was seen in the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar. A picture of a CSK fan who was seen holding MS Dhoni's jersey during a match between Brazil and Serbia is going viral on social media.
Even the offical Twitter handle of the franchise, Chennai Super Kings, posted the picture of that MS Dhoni fan. In that pitcure that fan was seen posing with the MSD's jersey. The franchise retweeted the picture with caption, "Everywhere we go, there is always Yellove!"
Everywhere we go, there’s always Yellove! 💛 https://t.co/xMRix13Ea1— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) November 25, 2022
As soon as the admin retweeted that image, it went viral in no time, and many fans from across the globe liked this picture and showed their love for the former Indian skipper in the comment section.
Synonyms of craze— Er.Abhishek Narayan (@Abhishe41900020) November 25, 2022
Kolly were right, mahi is everywhere🥵🥵— 🗿 (@e_g_o_n_) November 25, 2022
This is why MS Dhoni is the GOAT— ` (@RahulAgain_) November 25, 2022
A few days ago, Indian superstar Virat Kohli also showed his admiration for MSD. He shared a picture of a water bottle with a MS Dhoni picture on it for advertisement purposes and captioned it, "He’s everywhere. Even on the water bottle."
The former Indian captain will be back in action, leading CSK in the upcoming edition in 2023. Some reports confirmed that it will be the last IPL season for him, and he wants to play it in front of the home crowd in Chennai.