The anticipation for today’s RCB vs CSK match is at a record high. The highlight of the Indian Premier League 2019 match is without a doubt Virat Kohli’s (MahiRat), who could be facing off for the last time at M Chinnaswamy stadium. The tickets for the Royal Challengers Bangalore game against Chennai Super Kings are now sold out. Fans around the globe are eagerly awaiting the titanic clash between two of Indian cricket’s greatest players.
The M Chinnaswamy stadium has long been a favorite of cricket fans, and rivalry between RCB CSK only adds to the excitement. Both teams are known for their explosive performances on the field and have loyal fan bases. Fans in Bengaluru will be thinking about one thing today, which is the last possible dance of a ‘MahiRat bromance’ on a cricket field.
The former India captains Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni will receive a rousing welcome in Chinnaswamy today, when RCB vs CSK meets.
RCB vs CSK – Rivalry between Superstars
The records will prove that this is not a match of equals. However, cold numbers cannot capture the intensity and passion of a real game. In their head-to-head matchup, it is clear that Chennai Super Kings have a 19-10 lead over Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a spectacle that brings drama and entertainment to the game. Its outcome almost becomes irrelevant.
Last clash between MS Dhoni & Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli may be the talk of Bengaluru but MS Dhoni reigns supreme in Tamil Nadu’s capital. The ground he walks upon is revered and they enjoy his casual wave of greeting. They hold his every word in high regard and cling on to him.
Dhoni is a professional, and it doesn’t require a rocket scientist. MS is unlikely to be able to confirm that this season will be Dhoni’s last as a professional player.
In less than three months, he will be 42. He has played as normal despite having knee problems throughout the campaign. All signs point to the retirement of the cricket legend. Fans will surely cherish the epic brotherhood of ‘MahiRat,’ one last time in the cricket field