MS Dhoni has always been quite impressive behind the stumps always. His sharp catches and lightning-quick stumping have always grabbed headlines. MS Dhoni has done it once again at the Vidarbha Cricket Association in Nagpur. It was during the 33rd over when Kedar Jadhav was handling the bowling duties, where he bowled in the line of the leg stump. Australia’s Peter Handscomb attempted to play the paddle shot and Dhoni shifted a couple of yards towards the leg side. Dhoni even went on to grab the catch but sadly it slipped away from his hands. MS Dhoni Dismissed for a Duck for the First Time in Nine Years At Home During India vs Australia, 2nd ODI 2019.
Had Dhoni taken the catch, he would have produced a wicket out of nowhere. However, Dhoni’s anticipation even bagged praises from the commentators. The video of Dhoni’s attempted catch went viral and also was shared by the BCCI. “WATCH: @msdhoni's sharp catch down the leg His anticipation and brilliant reflexes gave India an important breakthrough. Take a look at this Mahi Magic moment.😃 Full video 📹📹http://www.bcci.tv/videos/id/7516/msd-catches-it-well-almost … #INDvAUS.” MS Dhoni Chased by a Pitch Invader in Nagpur; Virat Kohli Unhappy With the Act During India vs Australia, 2nd ODI (Watch Video).
Check out the tweet below:
WATCH: @msdhoni's sharp catch down the leg
His anticipation and brilliant reflexes gave India an important breakthrough. Take a look at this Mahi Magic moment.😃
— BCCI (@BCCI) March 5, 2019
The video impressed the netizens.
— aqueel khan (@aqueel_official) March 5, 2019
Here’s another reaction.
Dhoni sir is Best
— Tushant Arya (@tushantkumar11) March 5, 2019
Not only this but what he did behind the stumps is awesome commentary 😁.
How he gave directions to bowlers. Awesome @msdhoni quicker than computer. Heads off.
— 𝕾𝖍𝖆𝖐𝖚𝖓 𝕾𝖍𝖆𝖗𝖒𝖆 (@ShakuNSharma09) March 5, 2019
Talking about MS Dhoni, he had a disappointing at the office with the bat. Dhoni went back to the pavilion on a duck. This was the first time in nine years that Dhoni got out on a golden duck. India won the game by 8 runs. After winning the toss, Australia elected to field first and India out a total of 250 runs. Vijay Shankar who scored 46 runs also was quite handy with the ball as he snapped two crucial wickets.