IPL 2023 – Sunil Gavaskar: My Heart Wants CSK To Win For MS Dhoni

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The legendary Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar is seemingly rooting for Chennai Super Kings to win the IPL 2023 Final by defeating the Gujarat Titans at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on May 28. Interestingly, the league’s season will conclude with a clash between the same two teams and both would be trying their best to get their hands on the trophy.

Sunil Gavaskar wants CSK to win

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CSK defeated Hardik’s squad in Qualifier 1 three days back at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. However, defending champions, the Gujarat Titans will have the support of their home fans this time around, having already crushed the Mumbai Indians in Qualifier 2 on Friday, setting up a rematch against the Chennai Super Kings.

Sunil Gavaskar desires the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to lift the trophy because of MS Dhoni. Gavaskar acknowledged that CSK has a special place in his heart as his second favourite IPL team, after his home side, the Mumbai Indians. He shared his hope for Chennai to claim the trophy, stating that witnessing Dhoni triumph another time would be absolutely spectacular.

“Chennai Super Kings have always been my second favourite team apart from the Mumbai Indians. My heart wants CSK to win because the fact that MS Dhoni is able to win it one more time would be fantastic. Proving once again that calm, cool decision-making can make a difference. Having said that, Gujarat Titans have been the best team. They have got a terrific opener in Shubman Gill and Hardik Pandya,” Sunil Gavaskar told on Sports Today.

The question of whether Dhoni will capture his fifth title as captain, equalling Rohit Sharma’s record, or if Hardik will become the third skipper to win the trophy in a row remains unanswered for now.

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