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Who won the IPL championship between Gujarat and CSK? Gavaskar revealed the emotional subject

On Sunday, Gujarat Titans (GT) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will compete in the IPL 2023 championship game. The two sides will square off in Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium. Gujarat is the current champion, whereas Chennai, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, has won the championship four times. Gujarat, which is captained by Hardik Pandya, had their first season last year and have excelled so far. Chennai finished eighth in the IPL in 2022, but they won the championship this year.
Before the game, former players and cricket gurus provide their insights and predictions regarding Chennai and Gujarat. Sunil Gavaskar, a former batsman for Team India, has also expressed his feelings. Gavaskar desires that Chennai win the championship in the 16th season. Though Chennai has the better squad, my heart is rooting for Gujarat. Let me tell you that Gavaskar is one of Dhoni's most ardent supporters. About two weeks before, in Chepauk, he had obtained Dhoni's signature. He personally visited Dhoni.
After Mumbai Indians, CSK has always been my second favourite team. My heart is rooting for Chennai to win the championship because I would want to see MS Dhoni win again. The effectiveness of making judgements while maintaining composure will then be shown. The finest team, nevertheless, has been Gujarat Titans. Shubman Gill is a superb opener for them. Among them is Hardik Pandya.

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