Salman Khan shuts hatters down for calling Chennai Super Kings the team of 'old men'.
Chennai Super King's glorious victory won several hearts.
Before the start of the just-concluded season of the Indian Premier League, Chennai Super Kings faced criticism for picking up several senior players. However, 36-year-old MS Dhoni, stuck by their side, and they gloriously won the third Indian Premier League title.
Suitably, it was 37-year-old Shane Watson who led the team towards victory and won the third Indian Premier League title for the team. The Austrailian cricketer played amazingly as Chennai Super Kings thrashed Sunrisers Hyderabad by 8 wickets in the finals. Watson scored an unbeaten score of 117 off just 57 balls with only 11 fours and 8 sixes.
Chennai Super Kings have shut the trollers down with their glorious victory this IPL season. They have also received encouraging words from none other than Bollywood actor Salman Khan.
During the on-air Hindi commentary, Irfan Pathan asked actor Anil Kapoor and Salman Khan about their thoughts on Chennai Super Kings being called a team of 'old men'.
Salman Khan, who is 52 himself, quickly responded to the question saying, "What are you even saying!? No one retires at the age of 30!"
This comment made by Salman Khan surely shut the haters down for their bizarre comment on Chennai Super Kings being the team of 'old men'.
Age is just a number. What matters is the fitness that a player has even at the age of 36 such as MS Dhoni himself. The team performed exceptionally well and won several hearts.