Virat Kohli And MS Dhoni Enjoy Post-Match Chat In IPL 2023. Video Breaks Internet. Watch

Tales of camaraderie and camaraderie between MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli are almost famous in the cricket world. The duo spent a lot of time in the Indian cricket dressing room and the two stars of Indian cricket met once again during the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore on Monday. While CSK emerged victorious by eight wickets, Kohli and Dhoni engaged in an animated conversation at the end of the match and the two had a long chat at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. In a video that is going viral, the two can be seen laughing and talking about a variety of topics.

Chennai Super Kings defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by eight runs by scoring 444 runs in the Indian Premier League on Monday.

Devon Conway scored 83 off 45 balls while Shivam Dube scored 52 off 27 balls, helping CSK post 226 for six after being asked to bat first. In response, RCB’s team got out after scoring 218 runs for eight wickets. RCB skipper Faf du Plessis (62 off 33 balls) and Glenn Maxwell (76 off 36) gave CSK a 126-run partnership for the third wicket till they stayed at the crease.

RCB got off to a dreadful start as they lost Virat Kohli, who played to the bowling of Akash Singh. There could have been more success for Akash had Mahesh Thikshana not dropped Mahipal Lomror’s skier at mid-off.

Lomror, however, did not last long and was dismissed by Ruturaj Gaikwad at cover point. Maxwell meant business as he hit Akash for two sixes in the next over, while du Plessis hit Deshpande for two fours and a six.

Du Plessis showed off his strokes and Akash bore the brunt of his anger in the next over, hitting two fours and a six.

Du Plessis and Maxwell were at their ferocious best and did not spare any of the CSK bowlers who were hitting fours and sixes.

While du Plessis brought up his half-century in just 23 balls, Maxwell’s half-century came in 24 balls. The Australian then hit a massive six as RCB reached 121 for two in 10 overs.

Tikshana had the last laugh when he lofted Maxwell, who was hitting a skier in search of the big shot, and MS Dhoni did the rest to break the dangerous partnership. To make matters worse for RCB, du Plessis departed in the next over off Moeen Ali, handing Dhoni another skier.

With 58 needed off the last five overs, the experienced Dinesh Karthik kept RCB in the hunt with some cheeky fours and was given a life by Ruturaj Gaikwad off Deshpande in the 17th over. But Karthik was dismissed by Tushar Deshpande (3/45) to end RCB’s hopes.