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Watch: Suresh Raina’s Ardent Fan Performs Aarti As He Walked Out To Bat Last Night

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Ardent Fan Of Suresh Raina Performs Aarti As He Walked Out To Bat Last Night: Cricket is more than a game in India. The passion among the fans knows no bounds here. There would be hardly any place in the world where cricketers receive this much love as they receive in India. Time and again, fans have shown their true love not just for the sport but for the cricketers as well.

Infact, it was just a couple of days ago when we shared a story about a young fan of Rohit Sharma who worships him. A video of the young fan went viral, where he could be seen performing aarti on Rohit Sharma as he walked out to bat in the season opener against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Friday.

Here, watch the video, if you haven’t already:

Now another video has gone crazily viral on social media where an ardent Raina fan can be seen worshipping the batsman as he came out against the Delhi Capitals in the second game of the league.

Suresh Raina is hailed as the backbone of the Chennai Super Kings squad. Time and again, Raina has come to CSK’s rescue and has played many memorable and match-winning knocks. He is fondly called ‘Chinna Thala’ by the fans.

Therefore, for the fans, it was like a treat to the eyes when he walked out to bat yesterday. While many took to their social media to express their happiness about the same, on the other hand, an ardent fan of Raina was seen worshipping him and the video of the same has been making rounds on the social media.

Here, watch the video:

Talking about his performance, Raina, who had pulled out of IPL 2020 citing personal reasons, gave a powerful performance and proved why he is hailed as the backbone of CSK’s batting line-up as early as the first game of IPL 2021. Hailed as Mr. IPL for his batting masterclass, Suresh Raina walked out to bat at number 4 and took the game by storm. He scored 54 runs off 36 balls, where he smashed 3 fours and 4 stunning sixes before he was eventually run-out by Chris Woakes.

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