Matthew Hayden calls assembly the Dalai Lama a particular second in life

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The group of the 13th version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is below menace. Due to the worldwide epidemic of Kovid-19, the event has been postponed until April 15, however there may be doubt about its additional growth. Former Australian cricket group opener Matthew Hayden says that assembly Tibetan non secular chief Dalai Lama was probably the most particular moments of his life. Hayden, a former IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings opener, obtained an opportunity to satisfy the Dalai Lama throughout a match performed between Kings XI Punjab and Chennai in Dharamsala in 2010. <! –


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Chennai has posted a video on its Twitter, by which Hayden stated, 'In 2010 I had an opportunity to satisfy the Dalai Lama. This was an excellent second of my life. I had the chance to satisfy the one who was very particular. I nonetheless do not forget that we would have liked 190 runs in that match and we have been below strain. After this, Mahendra Singh Dhoni got here on the sector and he scored an innings of 54 runs from solely 27 balls. Suresh Raina additionally contributed 46 runs. Both scored at a mean of over 150 and we reached the ultimate.

Recalling the second finest reminiscence within the IPL, Hayden stated, 'My second reminiscence is of the 2010 ultimate towards Mumbai Indians. The memorable second for me is when Albie Morkel dismissed Kieran Pollard. Dhoni put me at mid-off and I took Pollard's catch and made him stroll. After Pollard was out, we got here out as champions.

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Chennai Super Kings received the title by defeating Mumbai Indians by 22 runs within the 2010 ultimate. This was Chennai's first title. Mumbai Indians have received the IPL title four occasions, Chennai has develop into the champion three occasions.

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