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MS Dhoni Sent A Beautiful Gift To Haris Rauf Of Pakistan

MS Dhoni was complimented for the present by Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf, who stated that the former India captain was “still capturing hearts via his nice & humanitarian actions.”

Haris Rauf, a Pakistan bowler, was overjoyed after receiving a “wonderful gift” from former India captain MS Dhoni. Dhoni presented Rauf with a Chennai Super Kings (CSK) number “7” jersey, which he announced on Twitter. He also expressed gratitude to Dhoni and CSK’s team management for the present. “@msdhoni, the legend and captain cool, has given me this wonderful jersey as a present. The “7” continues to win hearts with his kindness deeds. Especially @russcsk Thank you very much for your wonderful assistance, “Rauf posted two photos of the jersey to Twitter on Friday.

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Rauf was in Pakistan’s playing XI when the two teams met in the T20 World Cup Super 12 stage last year, but he never got the chance to play against Dhoni

MS Dhoni Sent A Beautiful Gift
MS Dhoni Sent A Beautiful Gift

The seasoned wicketkeeper-batsman was previously a member of India’s backroom staff. At the Dubai International Stadium, Pakistan had defeated India by 10 wickets.

Dhoni, who announced his retirement from international cricket in August 2020, will now play in the Indian Premier League’s next 15th season (IPL).

Dhoni will be paid INR 12 crore as CSK’s second-choice retention pick ahead of this year’s blockbuster auction.

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Rauf, on the other hand, is now in Australia for the Big Bash League’s (BBL) season.

MS Dhoni Jersay
MS Dhoni Jersay

Rauf was in Pakistan’s playing XI when the two teams met in the T20 World Cup Super 12 stage last year, but he never got the chance to play against Dhoni.

The seasoned wicketkeeper-batsman was previously a member of India’s backroom staff. At the Dubai International Stadium, Pakistan had defeated India by 10 wickets.

Dhoni, who announced his retirement from international cricket in August 2020, will now play in the Indian Premier League’s next 15th season (IPL).

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Dhoni will be paid INR 12 crore as CSK’s second-choice retention pick ahead of this year’s blockbuster auction.

Rauf, on the other hand, is now in Australia for the Big Bash League’s (BBL) season.

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