NO CELEBRATIONS MINUS DHONI, CSK WILL CELEBRATE IPL WIN AFTER SKIPPER RETURNS TO INDIA: CEO
The Sunday Guardian|October 17, 2021
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will wait for skipper MS Dhoni to return to India before the franchise celebrates their fourth Indian Premier League title. CSK beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by 27 runs on Friday at the Dubai International Stadium, but the party will happen after Dhoni is done mentoring the Indian team for the upcoming T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman.

Speaking to ANI, CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan said there can be no celebration without the skipper. We shall wait for the skipper to return to India. We shall happily wait as there can be no celebration without MS. He has already switched caps from CSK skipper to Team India mentor, so we shall have a small get together once he returns to India after the T20 World Cup, he said.

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