Chennai Super Kings, which has won IPL three times, was slapped with a two-year ban and re-entered the league in 2018 to successfully win it. In the 2019 edition, it lost the final by one run to Mumbai Indians.
In his first class career, Gony claimed 196 wickets in 61 matches before his retirement and also played for teams like Chennai Super Kings, Deccan Chargers, Kings XI Punjab and Deccan Chargers in IPL, a tournament in which he claimed 37 wickets in 44 matches in his career.
After close to two months and 59 matches, we have been left with the IPL royalty - Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians - vying for the title, in Hyderabad on Sunday. Both Chennai and Mumbai have won it three times apiece.