WATCH: Fan enters ground to touch MS Dhoni's feet during GT vs CSK game, video goes viral

The fan breached the security to enter the ground, meet MS Dhoni, and touch his feet; the video of this moment has also gone viral on social media.

Umesh Sharma
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Fan touching feet of MS Dhoni (File Photo: X)

Fan touching feet of MS Dhoni (File Photo: X)

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The superstardom and an unbelievable love for MS Dhoni have broken all the records in the ongoing Indian Premier League 2024. It has been seen in all the matches his team CSK, has played in the tournament so far. Be it the home ground or an away ground, the entire grounds have been filled with fans wearing only yellow jerseys to shower their love for the Indian cricketing legend.

Meanwhile, a similar kind of love and passion was seen for MS Dhoni in the just-concluded game between GT and CSK at the Narendra Modi Stadium, when a fan entered the ground to touch Dhoni’s feet and bow down to him; the former CSK skipper was also seen playing around with his fan and making him chase.

The incident happened in the last over of the second innings when CSK had almost lost the match and needed 40 runs off the last 3 balls after scoring 192 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in 19.3 overs while chasing the target of 232 runs; however, MS Dhoni managed to entertain his fans, scoring 26 runs off just 11 balls, hitting one four and 3 sixes with the bat.

The video of the fan entering the ground to touch Dhoni’s feet also started making rounds on social media as soon as it was shared by a user over X (formerly Twitter).

Here’s the video of the fan touching MS Dhoni’s feet:

Speaking of the game between GT and CSK, the visiting skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad won the toss and asked the hosts GT to bat first; batting first, GT’s opening pair of skipper Shubman Gill and Sai Sudharsan stitched a sensational and record-equalling 210-run opening partnership.

Sudharsan and Gill scored 103 and 104 runs off just 51 and 55 balls, respectively. Later in the second innings, the visitors were restricted to a score of only 196 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the entire 20 overs and lost the match by 35 runs.