Harsh Goenka,is being trolled by MS Dhoni fans, for his comment on lock brands. Harsh Goenka always comes in the radar of MS Dhoni fans. Harsh Goenka and MS Dhoni fans had a bad history.
MS Dhoni has been one of the greatest captain of all time. His record speaks for itself, Dhoni has won all ICC trophies and one of the most successful captain in IPL( Indian Premier League) with highest winning ratio.
But in the 2015, things didn’t turned out well and IPL’s most successful team Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals were banned for the span of two years. MS Dhoni, Chennai’s thala. MS Dhoni was given the opportunity to lead Rising Pune Supergiants, but the team failed to reach the playoffs and ended in bottom 2.
Seeing MS Dhoni’s performance the team owner, Harsh Goenka decided to remove MS Dhoni as the captain and give the responsibility to the Aussie Steve Smith. This came as a surprise for the fans and Harsh Goenka and team had to face serious backlash. MS Dhoni’s wife, Sakshi Dhoni also took her social media to take a jibe on the team and the owner by posing with a CSK jersey. Although the team did exceptionally well under Smith’s leadership.
It’s been two years still the fans have not forgotten Harsh Goenka, when he tweeted about the coronavirus pandemic saying, “When Covid19 danger is over, let’s spend our holidays in India, eat in local restaurants, buy local veggies, buy Indian brands of clothes and support local businesses. They will need our help to survive. Let’s do our bit in helping each other stand and grow again. God bless,”
When Covid19 danger is over, let's spend our holidays in India, eat in local restaurants, buy local veggies, buy Indian brands of clothes and support local businesses. They will need our help to survive. Let’s do our bit in helping each other stand and grow again. God bless ????????!
— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) April 7, 2020
Fans started taking jibe and trolled Harsh Goenka, for removing MS Dhoni as captain and going with foreign brand Steve Smith.
— Vihar Mamania (@vihar1903) April 7, 2020