Chennai Super Kings (CSK) cricketer, Mark Wood might have left the Indian Premier League (IPL) midway, but he is certainly keeping a tab on the proceedings.
Meanwhile, the English seamer joined Durham to get more game time ahead of England’s summer. He recently created a video in support of his CSK teammate Ambati Rayudu and made his teammate sing along with it.
Rayudu, however, has been in scintillating form for the Super Kings. He had scored runs consistently at the start of the Chennai innings and is among the highest run-getters as well.
The Hyderabad batsman has smashed 535 runs from 12 matches at an average of 48.63 for CSK. He has clobbered 29 sixes and 48 boundaries overall and has scored two fifties and one century so far.
Moreover, Rayudu’s maiden century against Sunrisers Hyderabad ensured CSK a qualifying berth on Sunday. His form with the bat has also earned him a place in the ODI squad to England in July.
Wood creates a chant for Rayudu
Wood who joined Durham to play County cricket made his colleagues sing along for CSK’S Ambati Rayudu.
Chennai Super Kings’ official Facebook page later posted the video.
'I just can't get enough!'Look what #BrotherMark and his #Durham mates have done as a tribute to Ambati 'Baahubali' Rayudu's super ton! Words fail us seeing so much #yellove! #CSKfamily ??? #whistlepodu
Gepostet von Chennai Super Kings am Montag, 14. Mai 2018
“When I see Chennai, I know I’m on my way. I just can’t get enough, I just can’t get enough…all the things you do to me and all the things you say, I just can’t get enough, I just can’t get enough. Because when you cut and drive I just can’t get enough of Du Du Du Du Du Du…Ambati Rayudu, ” the song goes like this.
The players grooved to the chant in the dressing room led by Wood himself.
Wood only played one match in this season’s IPL, and therefore, he chose to come back and get some cricket under his belt.