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IN PICTURES | Kids' Day Out After Delhi's Win Over Kings XI Punjab

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Published:

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  • The star kids have been making their presence felt in the ongoing edition of IPL
  • Shikhar Dhawan's son Zoravar and Delhi head coach Ricky Ponting's kids Emmy Charlotte, Matisse Ellie and Fletcher William had a good time after Delhi's five-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab

The star kids have been making their presence felt in the ongoing edition of IPL. David Warner's daughter Ivy Mae has been grabbing the spotlight since a last few weeks while the kids of CSK players are also making an impact on social media. Now, the kids of Delhi Capitals team have also joined the party. 

Shikhar Dhawan's son Zoravar and Delhi head coach Ricky Ponting's kids Emmy Charlotte, Matisse Ellie and Fletcher William had a good time after Delhi's five-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab at the Feroz Shah Kotla on Saturday. 

Zoravar Dhawan was seen emulating his father's celebration style while Ponting's eldest daughter Emmy Charlotte also tried her luck. Here's the video.

Then Jr. Dhawan and Ponting's kids celebrated Delhi's win in an adorable way. The team had planned to celebrate their five-wicket over Punjab by cutting a cake but the kids decided to take the matter in their own hands. In the video, Emmy was seen cutting the cake and applied the creamy layer on Zoravar's face then she also proceeded to have fun with her siblings. However, Jr. Gabbar did not back down as he also applied the creamy layer on Emmy's face and hands.

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Even the netizens enjoyed the celebration of the kids.

The kids were then seen sprinting on the ground.

Jr. Dhawan and Ponting's kids then posed for a pic with the Indian U-19 World Cup-winning captain and Delhi's opening batsman Prithvi Shaw.

This is how the Twitterverse reacted after seeing this wonderful pic.

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