WATCH: Harbhajan Singh's Daughter Hinaya Cheering For Her Father's Team Will Make You Want To Say 'CSK CSK' Too

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The young fans are leaving no stone unturned to make their presence felt in the ongoing edition of IPL.

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:

The young fans are leaving no stone unturned to make their presence felt in the ongoing edition of IPL. The teams that made it to the finals last year have these little adorable fans to cheer for them. Sunrisers Hyderbad found their little fans in Yusuf Pathan's son Ayaan and star batsman David Warner's daughters Ivy Mae and Indy Rae. Meanwhile, defending champions Chennai Super Kings have a lot of little fans as well.

CSK skipper MS Dhoni's daughter Ziva is spotted almost everytime during CSK's matches. Suresh Raina's daughter Gracia has also made her presence felt and then just recently William who is the son of opening batsman Shane Watson was seen having a sprint with Imran Tahir's junior Gibran before MS Dhoni joined them to have some fun. Now, veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh's daughter Hinaya has joined the party as well. 

The two-year old was asked by her actress mom Geeta Basra about who was going to win the match( against Kolkata Knight Riders) to which she replied, 'Papa'. Basra then asked the little kid which team her Papa represents. Hinaya gave an giggled adorably and then cheered 'CSK CSK'.

Chennai Super Kings posted this video on Twitter.

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Harbhajan Singh played a huge role in Chennai's win. He took 2-15 in his four overs at an economy of 3.75. He also took a good catch to get rid of KKR skipper Dinesh Karthik.

Meanwhile Chennai Super Kings overcame Kolkata Knight Riders by seven wickets on Tuesday at the MA Chidambaram Stadium to reach at the summit of the points table. MS Dhoni invited KKR to bat first after winning the toss.The CSK bowlers picked up wickets at regular intervals as KKR's innings derailed. Only Andre Russell single-handedly anchored Kolkata's innings with a blistering knock of an unbeaten 44-ball 50 at a strike rate of 113.64 including five fours and three sixes. His innings helped KKR reach a respectable total of 108/9 in their 20 overs.

In reply, CSK got to the target in the 18th over. Opener Faf du Plessis anchored CSK's run chase with an unbeaten 45-ball 43.

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