"Badly Needed": Fans React As Suresh Raina Shares "Positive Vibes" With This Pic
Suresh Raina took to Twitter to share a picture of himself, spreading nothing but positive vibes.
- Suresh Raina posted a picture of himself having a laugh
- Fans came up with heartwarming replies for the CSK star
- Raina marked his IPL return with a half-century against Delhi Capitals
Suresh Raina, former India all-rounder, took to Twitter on Friday to share a picture of himself having a laugh, as he spread "positive vibes" among his fans. "Find happiness in the little things around you. Always be grateful! Take some time off & enjoy with your loved ones. Have a happy & safe weekend you all #PositiveVibes," Raina, who plays for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in Indian Premier League (IPL), captioned the image on Twitter. Soon after Raina shared the image, fans came up with heartwarming replies for the CSK star and one even said it was "badly needed".
"It was badly needed," a fan wrote.
It was badly needed..— DEV TIWARI (@forever73Dev) May 7, 2021
"Your happiness matters a lot," a user said along with a heart emoji.
Your happiness matters a lot!— GayathriRaina (@gayathri170) May 7, 2021
"Watching you guys playing was my happiness," a user tweeted.
Watching you guys playing was my happiness— Nishant Wale (@ni__shant7) May 7, 2021
Seeing a such smile on face is enough to bring happiness in us. You are just person. But an "Emotion "— Abhishek Mengaji (@abhishekmengaji) May 7, 2021
Raina had missed last year's IPL, which was held in the United Arab Emirates, due to personal reasons.
The left-handed all-rounder made a remarkable comeback in the 14th edition of the T20 tournament by scoring a half-century on his IPL return.
Raina had scored 123 runs in seven games before the IPL 2021 was postponed indefinitely by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the IPL Governing Council.
The decision was taken after four franchises reported positive Covid cases inside the bio-bubble. Two Kolkata Knight Riders players tested positiveon Monday, leading to their fixture against Royal Challengers Bangalore being rescheduled.
On Tuesday, SunRisers Hyderabad's Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals' Amit Mishra tested positive for COVID-19. Chennai Super Kings' bowling coach Lakshmipathy Balaji and batting coach Mike Hussey too contracted the virus.