SMAT 2021: MS Dhoni saw the stormy innings of Shahrukh Khan, will he be seen in Chennai Super Kings next year?

SMAT Top Performance Players: The final match of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (SMAT) tournament is in the news. In the match played at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi, Tamil Nadu won the title by defeating Karnataka by 4 wickets. The hero of Tamil Nadu’s victory was Shahrukh Khan, who played a stormy innings of 33 not out in 15 balls. This innings of Shahrukh remains the subject of discussions. Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings has shared a photo on Twitter, which has started the rounds of speculation.

What is the whole matter? 
A photo of Mahendra Singh Dhoni watching the final of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy has been shared by Chennai Super Kings from his official Twitter account. In this, Dhoni is seen watching Shahrukh Khan’s batting. There are speculations that Shahrukh may be seen in Chennai Super Kings next year. Many people are also saying that Shahrukh Khan finished the match like Dhoni, so he can appear in IPL as the finisher of Chennai Super Kings. Although Shahrukh is currently associated with IPL franchise Punjab Kings and Punjab also congratulated him for this stellar performance. 

Fini ing off in sty7e! #SyedMushtaqAliTrophy #WhistlePodu

— Chennai Super Kings – Mask P😷du Whistle P🥳du! (@ChennaiIPL) November 22, 2021

Very exciting final match
In the final match of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Karnataka team, batting first, scored 151 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 20 overs. Tamil Nadu had to score 152 runs to win but the team came under pressure due to the fall of their early wickets. This match was very exciting and till the last over it was difficult to say which team would win. Shahrukh Khan made Tamil Nadu the champion by hitting a six on the last ball of the match. 

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