Former Australia and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) opener Matthew Hayden, on Monday, shared a video on Twitter in which he spoke about his favourite moments from the Indian Premier League (IPL).
“The @IPL has been a huge part of all our lives. Wanted to share my favourite #MyIPLmoment to fill the gap before live action starts again,” the southpaw tweeted.
Hayden said that one of the greatest moments in his life came when he got a chance to meet Dalai Lama during the IPL in 2010. He also spoke about the “cracker” of the match against Kings XI Punjab which took place on the same day.
Hayden even spilt beans on the final of IPL 2010 edition, when CSK were crowned champions for the first time, after beating Mumbai Indians, and the catch he pulled off dismiss Windies power-hitter, Kieron Pollard.
In the end, the 48-year-old nominated Suresh Raina to share his favourite IPL Moment.
The @IPL has been a huge part of all our lives. Wanted to share my favourite #MyIPLmoment to fill the gap before live action starts again. I would like to nominate @ImRaina to share his favourite IPL moment. Bless you all🙏 @ChennaiIPL @mipaltan pic.twitter.com/4lMytmHFiP
— Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) April 13, 2020
Hayden’s fruitful career playing for CSK saw him score 1,107 runs at a strike-rate of 137.52.