CSK vs KKR, IPL 2018: Shah Rukh Khan’s pic with MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva at Chepauk is a hit on the Internet
Shah Rukh Khan, who also attended the opening match for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), made it to the stadium to cheer for his team once again after KKR registered a comprehensive 4-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). On the other hand, Ziva and Dhoni’s wife Sakshi are known to attend each and every match played by CSK irrespective of where they play.
Spectators turned up in huge numbers as Chennai Super Kings (CSK) took on Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in a much-awaited contest at the Chepauk stadium in Chennai on Tuesday night. And the players didn’t disappoint as they gave crowd entertainement worth their money by hitting 31 sixes in match 5 of the tournament. While the match saw several highlights, one which caught everybody’s attention was Shah Rukh Khan posing with MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva. SRK, who also attended KKR’s opening match against RCB, also made sure he cheered for his team from the stands.
SRK, who also attended the opening match for KKR, made it to the stadium to cheer for his team once again after KKR registered a comprehensive 4-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). On the other hand, Ziva and Dhoni’s wife Sakshi are known to attend each and every match played by CSK irrespective of where they play. Everybody’s focus shifted from what was going on the field to the stands as SRK posed with Ziva.
Even though KKR batted first, crowd got entertainment worth their money as West Indian all-rounder Andre Rusell hammered 88 runs off just 36 balls to take KKR to a huge 202-run total. CSK bowlers brought a smile on the faces of their fans after they reduced KKR to 5/89 in ten overs. It was then that skipper Dinesh Karthik (26 from 25 balls) and big-hitter Russell stitched a valuable 76-run partnership for sixth wicket. After DK was sent back in the hut in the 18th over of the innings, Russell changed gears and unleashed a plethora of lusty blows to take KKR past the 200-run mark.
In reply, CSK were off to a flier after Ambati Rayudu and Shane Watson added 75 runs for the opening wicket in just 5.5 overs. But the Yellow Brigade then started to lose wickets in quick intervals and looked shaky in their chase before Sam Billings’ quick-fire half-century earned the Chennai franchise a second consecutive victory.