Indian captain MS Dhoni has been known for his clever wicketkeeping. During India’s tour of New Zealand in 2009, India produced outstanding performances throughout the series. After losing the two-match T20 series, India bounced back in the ODI series as they have won the ODI series 4-0 and the Test series 1-0 respectively.
India got an outstanding team which was filled with utility players. Indian opener Virender Sehwag has been going through the formidable form as he scored 125 in the fifth and final match of the series which India have won by 10 wickets even after New Zealand scored 270 on board.
So, a rising Indian team blended with experienced and young talented players culminated in the 2011 World cup. Indian captain MS Dhoni has become one of the most renowned finishers in the history of cricket.
At WestPack stadium, Wellington in the delivery of Yuvraj Singh New Zealand allrounder Jacob Allrounder tried to play a sweep shot but the shot was not well timed, so it went behind the wicket wicketkeeper MS Dhoni, who took the catch and observed Oram left his end, so he stump out Oram. Later in the reply, it was observed that Oram was first caught out then stumped by MS Dhoni.
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