Imran Tahir’s Tweet For Bravo Will Win Your Hearts

The new season of Indian Premier League, started off with a bang. What an absolute wonderful opening to a great tournament ahead.
Undoubtedly, yesterday’s match between Mumbai Indians, who are a three time winners and Chennai Super Kings, the team making it’s comeback after the ban of 2 long years, was worth all the wait and excitement.
However, it wasn’t easy for Chennai Super Kings to win the match.The young bowler of Mumbai Indians, took the wickets of Ambati Rayudu and MS Dhoni. Everyone had lost their hopes when these two big names were dismissed.
Dwayne Bravo delivered a brilliant performance by pulling off 68 runs in mere 30 balls including 3 fours and 7 sixes. In the last over, Chennai Super Kings only needed 7 runs, and Kedar Jhadav helped his team to cross that line too with a stunning six and a four. And with that Chennai Super Kings won the first match of IPL.
All thanks to Dwayne Bravo and Kedar Jadhav who made the match more interesting than we all have expected. The brilliant performance given by Bravo in the match, increased the excitements in the fans tremendously.
As soon as CSK won the match, the social media was flooded with the tweets for the winning team. Everyone was appreciating the performance of Bravo.
Even Imran Tahir, the very famous South African player took to twitter to appreciate the brilliant performance of Bravo. Although, he was present at the ground but he rushed to the green room to express his feelings after witnessing the performance by Bravo, here’s what he tweeted:


The tweet read:
“What a brilliant batting display from bravo and kedar.Got the best seat from the other end to watch it all.very difficult to express the feelings.Thanks for believing in us dear fans #eduda vandiya poduda whistle”
Well, not just him, everyone was completely shocked to witness a great performance by Bravo. And the best thing is, this was only the first match, the league has just started now.
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Unnati Madan

I love watching cricket but writing about it came unexpectedly.

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