Mahendra Singh Dhoni is thoroughly enjoying his Zimbabwe tour this time. Actually, Dhoni coming to Zimbabwe is a massive entertainment for Zimbabwe and its cricket fraternity.
Dhoni recently borrowed a bike from a Zimbabwe cop and even started to ride it on the playing field, showing once again his love for bikes. Later he posted a picture on his facebook page the day before India’s third ODI and it looks like the best thing that has happened on the Indian tour.
The bike which belonged to a cop is Kawasaki Contours 14 ABS, a cruiser sports bike. It costs Rs 10.50 lakhs. We all know Dhoni’s love for sports bikes, it’s well documented. And, he doesn’t allow anyone to mess around with that aspect of life.
Jump on to another Kawasaki for Dhoni is as easy as keeping wickets as he already owns two of them, Kawasaki Ninja H2 and Kawasaki Ninja ZX14-R. In fact, Dhoni was the first Indian who had the superbike Kawasaki Ninja H2.
Other bikes in Dhoni’s garage are Confederate X132 Hellcat, Harley Davidson Fat Boy, Yamaha Thundercat, Royal Enfield Machismo, Ducati 1098, Yamaha RD350 and an old and iconic Rajdoot.
For the last few years, MS Dhoni has been certainly Team India’s silent protector, like a Dark Knight watching over the team. Whenever he saw the chips are down, more often than not, he has dug out the team from that hole. So if you are a Dhoni fan you can say, he has been the cricket team’s top cop and we witnessed that avatar of Dhoni as he posed with a monstrous Kawasaki Contours 14 ABS which is used by Zimbabwe cops.
The Indian captain has returned to this African nation after 11 years, and that too, his second tour. And this time, his boys clinched the ODI series in style winning it 3-0.
After winning the series the Men in Blue even spent some time together on the console. Captain cool took to his Instagram account to upload a photo with some of the members of the team which said, “Spain vs Argentina”. All five Team India youngsters were seen literally glued to the television during the PlayStation game with the skipper.
Dhoni actually didn’t want to miss out on such a golden chance to lead a young Indian side amidst a season packed with important Test matches. In Zimbabwe, leading a second-string squad, Dhoni made the most out of the opportunity by guiding the team to secure a whitewash against a relatively weak host side, and also ended his 20-month wait for an ODI series win.
The victory, despite coming against the minnows must have given him a welcome respite. Over the past two years, he had gone through a severe drought in his colourful trophy cabinet. The 34-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman, being at the helm of the One Day Internationals squad after retiring from Test cricket, has been a mere shadow of his glorious past.
Here is MS Dhoni’s Cop Avatar at Zimbabwe:
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