Mahendra Singh Dhoni is one of the best Indian cricketers of his age, having guided India to the 2007 T20 World Cup and the 50-over World Cup at home in 2011. He has likewise pushed Chennai Super Kings to three Indian Premier League (IPL) titles. 

Over his prosperity as a skipper, Dhoni stays reliable with the bat and exceptional with his glove work behind the stumps. No big surprise, at that point, that he appreciates an enormous after among the cricket-frantic Indian people. 

Off late, his fans aren't content with simply cheering for him from the sidelines yet have progressively broken arena security to actually welcome the wicketkeeper-batsman in the center. 

Dhoni, charitable as ever, has enabled them to grasp him or contact his feet, as he did amid Tuesday's IPL experience between Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings at the Feroz Shah Kotla when a fan jumped onto the pitch to welcome his saint. 

Another fan went straight for Dhoni's feet toward the finish of the match. 

Amid the ongoing ODI arrangement against Australia a fan kept running on to the pitch and Dhoni energetically dodged him before yielding to give an embrace. 

Super Kings proceeded to guarantee a complete six-wicket prevail upon the Capitals to make it two successes in succession from the same number of diversions this season. They swatted aside Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening IPL match of the period. 

Chennai Super Kings have won the title on three events and are the prevailing bosses. They will be anxious to guarantee another title this season and advance of Mumbai Indians with four titles.

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