Cricket News: Known for his hard-hitting skills, unnatural batting style, and his cool captaincy, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is considered as one of the finest finisher and captain in world cricket.
I used to like a girl back in my childhood: Dhoni
Dhoni is the only leader who has won all the three coveted titles in international cricket, which are ICC Cricket World Cup (2011), Champions Trophy (2013) and World T20 (2007).
Despite setting the stage on fire in his professional career, Dhoni has always preferred to remain calm about his personal life and has never shared much of it with the outside world.
Although much of his earlier life was revealed on the silver screen, courtesy to his biopic ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’, yet there are still a few incidents that are close to his heart and has remain hidden and unexpressed.
Dhoni is currently busy playing for the IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings in the 11th edition of the Indian Premier League.
CSK, along with Rajasthan Royals, have returned to the tournament after serving a two-year ban because of a betting-related scam.
Since the return of his team, Dhoni has been vocal about how he is feeling to wear the yellow jersey of Chennai Super Kings again.
Dhoni has been the team’s captain right from the beginning of the tournament and has played for them for 8 consecutive seasons and has also led the team to two titles so far.
Dhoni has also got his old mojo back as he is performing extremely well with his bat, performing as an able finisher for the team and is certainly having one of his best IPL seasons ever.
Dhoni was present at a promotional event of one of CSK’s main sponsors, Gulf Oil India, on Tuesday with some other players of the franchise team. All the players had fun during the event.
In one such funny moment, Captain Cool was asked candidly about his first ever crush of his life. At first, Dhoni shied away saying that there was no such trend during his teenage days. But later he himself revealed that he used to have a crush on a girl named Swati when he was studying in a 12th standard way back in 1999.
The official Instagram account of Chennai Super Kings shared the video of the event along with the confession of Dhoni where he shared one of the biggest secrets of his life.