Sunil Gavaskar’s wish: Kapil Dev and MS Dhoni should be in front of him when he dies! Gets emotional while narrating the story of the autograph; View Video
Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar got emotional in the live program while telling the story of Mahi’s autograph. He said that before he dies, he wants to see Kapil Dev lifting the World Cup and Dhoni hitting a six in the 2011 World Cup final.
This fan moment of Sunil Gavaskar is being discussed everywhere after taking the autograph of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on his shirt. Sunil Gavaskar himself has explained in detail about that moment in the program of Star Sports. Little Master told during the program that when I saw Mahi doing lap of honour, I thought in my mind that I should take his autograph on my shirt and just thinking of this I ran to him.
Little master became emotional
While mentioning this fan moment, Sunil Gavaskar also became emotional and he also mentioned the two last wishes of his life. Sunil Gavaskar said that taking Mahi’s autograph on the shirt was a really emotional moment for me because what this guy has done for Indian cricket. If I talk about the last two minutes of my life, then I would like to see Kapil Dev lifting the World Cup and MS Dhoni hitting the winning six in the 2011 World Final. Sunil Gavaskar became emotional while saying this.
That fan moment of Gavaskar was like this
Let us tell you that on May 14, Chennai Super Kings played the last group match of this season at Chepauk ground. In this match, CSK had to face defeat against KKR, but after the match MS Dhoni was seen on the ground. After the match was over, Dhoni was circling the entire ground to thank the fans. He was accompanied by the rest of the team players and support staff. Meanwhile, Sunil Gavaskar was part of the live commentary, but as soon as he saw Dhoni coming close to him, he ran to Mahi and took an autograph from him on his shirt.
Gavaskar was part of the world champion team in 1983
Let us tell you that when India won the World Cup for the first time in 1983, Sunil Gavaskar was a part of that team. India won that World Cup at Lord’s under the captaincy of Kapil Dev. Since then India had never become the world champion, but in 2011, after 28 years, this drought was ended by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, under whose captaincy India became the world champion by defeating Sri Lanka. MS Dhoni gave India victory by hitting a six in the final.