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After becoming the champion, Dhoni showed family man on the field, thus hugging Sakshi and Jeeva and looted love

Ahmedabad: The Indian Premier League i.e. IPL 2023 is now over. The 16th season of IPL was once again in the name of none other than Chennai Super Kings. CSK defeated defending champions Gujarat Titans by 5 wickets in the final to lift their fifth IPL title. This could prove to be the last IPL for Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In such a situation, they cannot get a better farewell than this. After winning the final, many emotions of Dhoni were seen on the field. He also became a bit emotional. At the same time, after the match, Dhoni also spent time with his wife Sakshi and daughter Ziva, whose pictures are also coming to the fore. Mahi’s family seen on the field after winning the trophy. Veteran wicketkeeper batsman and captain after winning the final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s family was seen in the ground. Dhoni appeared in the ground with his wife Sakshi Dhoni and baby Ziva. Ziva and Sakshi come and hug Dhoni on the field. Some pictures of Dhoni with his family are also going viral, in which Dhoni is seen hugging his family.

IPL 2023 Final: Throbbing IPL final, spectators held their breath till the last ball

Jadeja won Chennai in the last over of the match In the last over, Chennai Super Kings needed 13 runs to win. Veteran fast bowler Mohit Sharma was bowling the last over for Gujarat Titans. Sharma gave just 3 runs in the first 4 balls of his over. In such a situation, now Chennai needed 10 runs on the last 2 balls. Star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was on strike. Jadeja hit a six on the fifth ball of the first over and then hit a four on the last ball to make Chennai Super Kings the champions of IPL 2023. CSK vs GT: CSK fans started crying badly when only 3 runs were scored in 4 balls. Mohit was scared in the last overCSK vs GT Final: MS Dhoni created history, became the first player to do so as soon as he set foot in the field gave the trophy

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