The out break of corona virus made an huge impact globally. Where many peoples including leaders suffer from this deadly corona virus. In order to control the spread and to maintain the social distancing many government imposed lock down world wide.
.The majority of the scheduled events including sports event has been called off globally. Cash rich Indian Premier League too face the same fate where BCCI suspend the IPL till further notice.
IPL uses CSK’s skipper to create awareness
To raise awareness, the Indian Premier League (IPL) official Twitter account on Tuesday (March 24) posted a photograph of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper MS Dhoni, urging everyone to stay at home.
CSK’s official Twitter handle posted a video of ‘DJ Bravo’, giving fans an early insight about his new track as the Windies allrounder ended up singing a few lines too.
Bravo’s song regards MS Dhoni
At the start of the video, Bravo also said that “this is a sample of a song” that he is working on and it is for my brother MSD.
In the clip, Bravo can be humming the lyrics, which go as follows: “MS Dhoni, number seven, MS Dhoni, number seven, all of Ranchi shouting Dhoni, all of India shouting Mahi, all of Chennai shouting Thala, MS Dhoni is a world-beater”.
“Champion @DJBravo47’s next song is for ‘his brudah, his brudah from anodah muddah’ – @msdhoni No.7,” CSK’s captioned the video on Twitter.
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 20, 2020
Dhoni’s slot in T20I world cup
Chennai Super Kings skipper MS Dhoni arrived to Chennai to start his practice session with team mates. The former Indian skipper was last seen in action against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup semifinal, a game India lost. He made himself unavailable for India’s international assignments post the WC exit and was eventually dropped from the BCCI’s list of centrally contracted players in January.
As pointed out by BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and India head coach Ravi Shastri, Dhoni’s international future depends on his performances in IPL 2020 which comes in to consider him in T20 World Cup planned later this year in Australia.