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IPL 2018: Captain Cool MS Dhoni stops practice session to play with a little fan; see video

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 26 March 2018, 17:11 IST

The 11th Edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is just to commence from April 7, and the best thing about this season is come back of Chennai Super King and its lions to roar on the ground. The fans are super excited to see the Captain cool MS Dhoni hitting across the stadium.

However, the day is not so far and Dhoni is leaving no stone unturned to take the third title IPL and the cup, as he is practising the big shots in the nets. MS Dhoni and his team have returned to his second home after a gap of long-two years, after a being banned from the IPL.

As  we reported about the Dhoni and his practising for the IPL and hit a ball across the stadium as a hint for the opposition team. Once again Dhoni was seen practising with the team in a practising session.

The captain cool was practising and suddenly a little fan came in front of him. Dhoni immediately took a break from the net practising to interact with the little fan and his family.

The video of the same went viral on social media.

In the video, MS Dhoni can be seen giving a high-five to the kid and cherishing the kid. The hear gesture of the Dhoni, how he is playing with the kid and living the moment will make fall for him one more time.

The captain of the team is in CSK camp and the Chennai-based M. A. Chidambaram is preparing for the upcoming matches at the International Cricket Stadium.

So, everyone who is waiting to witness the captain cools MS Dhoni's 'roaring' performance in the IPL and to hit the ball across the stadium not once but multiple time get ready, the lion is all set to hit the sky. Indian Premier League is to start from April 7, 2018.

Also read: IPL 2018: MS Dhoni roars at the opposition teams; hints that 'First ball across the stadium'

First published: 26 March 2018, 17:11 IST