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| On Updated : May 30, 2020 1:59 PM IST

Suresh Raina picks his quarantine partners, There’s No MS Dhoni!

The lockdown is in force in most countries due to the corona virus introduced from China. It has been more than two months since this lockdown came into force in India. Because of this, cricketers are spending time away from the game with their family. At this time most cricketers meet their fans through live sessions on social media. During this time, most of their fans definitely ask the question, who is your favorite quarantine partner. during a recent Instagram live session with Chennai Super Kings, India veteran batsman Suresh Raina was also asked this question, which he has answered.

Raina named his quarantine partner

During a live session recently, veteran batsman Suresh Raina was asked by anchor Rufa Ramani, which Indian player would you like to make your quarantine partner. Apart from this, she asked the name of foreign player in it. In response, Raina said that as an Indian player he would like to make star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja his quarantine partner. Apart from this, in response to the names of foreign players, he named Dwayne Bravo, a West Indies all-rounder and played in the IPL team Chennai Super Kings. The video has been shared by CSK on its Twitter account.

Raina explains the reason for choosing Bravo as the quarantine partner

Ravindra Jadeja said that he would like to spend time with Jadeja in his farmhouse with horses. Apart from this, he also cited the reason for choosing Bravo as a foreign player. He said that Bravo is a person of very positive nature. Apart from this, they keep making new songs and keep singing. Let me tell you that a song by Dwayne Bravo has also arrived. In 2016, he brought the ‘Champion' song. Explain that if the IPL was going on at this time, then Dhoni, Jadeja, Bravo and Raina themselves would be playing for Chennai Super Kings.

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