Virat Kohli deleted tweet about MS Dhoni just to add 1 word
Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has become the talk of the town after an epic finish to the Qualifier 1 match between the Chennai Super Kings and the Delhi Capitals during the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League.
Almost every member of the cricket universe was amazed after seeing the brilliant cameo from Mahendra Singh Dhoni that helped the Chennai Super Kings book a place in the grand finale of the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League.
The Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the coin toss and elected to field first in the high-pressure game at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The Chennai Super Kings team was on a 3-match losing streak. Hence, not many expected them to defeat the tabletoppers Delhi Capitals, especially after DC posted a 172-run total on the board.
CSK lost the wicket of Faf du Plessis early, but the duo of Robin Uthappa and Ruturaj Gaikwad made sure that the Chennai Super Kings team stayed alive in the contest. Both batters scored a half-century and took the Chennai Super Kings closer to the target.
MS Dhoni smashed three fours in the last over
Delhi Capitals bounced back by taking some wickets, and eventually it came down to 13 runs off six deliveries, with Moeen Ali and Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the middle. Ali lost his wicket on the first ball, but Dhoni hit three fours to guide CSK home.
After the game, Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli made the following tweet:
“Anddddd the king is back. the greatest finisher in the game. Made me jump Outta my seat once again tonight.”
He soon deleted it and made a correction, adding the word ‘ever’.
“Anddddd the king is back the greatest finisher ever in the game. Made me jump Outta my seat once again tonight.”
Virat Kohli deleted his previous tweet just because of he did not add "Ever" (MS Dhoni Greatest Finisher Ever in the game). - Shows The Purest Bond In Cricket, The mutual Respect. pic.twitter.com/Z2ZRmi52wP— CricketMAN2 (@man4_cricket) October 10, 2021