IPL 2023: MS Dhoni called viral video person, included in CSK, now taking news of batsmen

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IPL 2023: MS Dhoni called the viral video guy to UAE and included him in the team of Chennai Super Kings. Today Mathisha Pathirana is wreaking havoc on the batsmen

New Delhi.Chennai Super Kings is called the team of elders, but this team also gave many great players to the world. Chennai captain MS Dhoni’s eagle-like eye remains on every corner of the world. In whatever corner of the world the talent is, Dhoni always finds it. He recognized one such talent by watching a video.

As soon as Dhoni caught sight of a bowler’s viral video, he immediately called him to UAE by sending a letter and made him a part of Chennai Super Kings. Carve that bowler. Today the same bowler became the weapon of CSK. The name of this bowler who takes the news of the batsmen is Mathisha Pathirana, who is also known as Little Malinga, because his bowling action is very similar to Malinga.

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life changed after viral video

The story of Pathirana’s entry in CSK is very interesting. A video of his bowling went viral, on which Dhoni caught sight and wrote a letter to the Sri Lankan bowler. Pathirana was about 18 years old at that time and the corona virus had created a ruckus all over the world.

CSK bought at base price

Dhoni asked him to join the team. After this, Pathirana replaced the injured Adam Milne in IPL 2022. Chennai bought him at the base price of Rs 20 lakh. Last year, he was able to play only 2 matches, in which the 20-year-old bowler took 2 wickets. This season he got a chance in CSK 5th match. Pathirana took 2 wickets against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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