Pakistani cricket Haris Rauf is excited over receiving a special gift from former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni. Dhoni sent him his signed jersey of IPL franchise, Chennai Super Kings.
Rauf shared the picture of the jersey on his Twitter account and expressed gratitude to Dhoni for sending him a special gift. “The legend & capt cool @msdhoni has honored me with this beautiful gift his shirt. The “7” still winning hearts through his kind & goodwill gestures. @russcsk specially Thank you so much for kind support,” wrote Rauf in a tweet.
Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has been winning praise from social media users for his humble and friendly gesture for Pakistani pacer.
The legend & capt cool @msdhoni has honored me with this beautiful gift his shirt. The "7" still winning hearts through his kind & goodwill gestures. @russcsk specially Thank you so much for kind support. pic.twitter.com/XYpSNKj2Ia
— Haris Rauf (@HarisRauf14) January 7, 2022
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