‘Let’s have more children’: Fuff du Plessis’ special request to wife’s husband; Here’s how CSK Legend responded

‘Let’s have more children’: Fuff du Plessis’ special request to wife’s husband;  Here’s how CSK Legend responded

The performance of Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League 2020 is very poor. MS Dhoni’s CSK is currently at the bottom of the IPL 2020 points table. Chennai’s star batsmen and bowlers have been disappointed with their poor form this season and that is why the team is performing so badly.

However, Chennai’s star opener Faf du Plessis has definitely shown his mettle this season. The former South Africa captain is the highest run scorer for CSK and has scored 375 runs at an average of 46.87 in IPL 2020, including four fifties. Fans of Du Plessis and his wife Imari are very happy with his performance in the current season.

IPL 2020: CSKA star batsman Faf du Plessis’ wife wants to have more children, star batsman responds here

On Sunday, October 18, Fuff’s wife Imari shared a picture of her husband Faff on CSK’s profile. Imari jokingly suggested to her husband the idea of ​​having more children. Faff replied to his wife, writing that he was ready for this.

Faf du Plessis is the father of two children. His wife Imari became a second mother. Imari has given birth to a baby girl. The former South African captain has two daughters. Du Plessis and Imari were married 7 years ago in 2013.

In August of this year Fuff du Plessis and his wife Imari were blessed with their second baby girl and shared a cute picture of the newborn on social media.

Faf du Plessis has announced his intention to step down as captain of the South African cricket team

In a shock move for everyone in February this year, Blaise announced his resignation as South Africa captain, citing “the need to facilitate the appearance of the next generation of leaders.”

“When I took on the responsibility of leadership, I was determined to lead, act and most importantly serve. As the team moves in a new direction with new leaders and young cultivators, I think it will be in the best interests of South African cricket to relinquish the captaincy in all forms,” ​​he said. Plessis said in a statement.

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