MS Dhoni turned 35 on Wednesday and on the eve of his birthday, India’s ODI and T20 captain shared a picture on his Instagram account showing Captain cool sweating out in the gym.
Dhoni also made some fun of his trainer claiming he doesn’t count working on biceps and triceps as work but I have to do it anyway.
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Dhoni is right now enjoying his much-needed vacation while Indian team touring West Indies under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.
But took the full advantage of a golden chance to lead a young Indian side amidst a season packed with important Test matches in the recently concluded Zimbabwe series. Leading a second-string squad, Dhoni made the most out of the opportunity by guiding the team to secure series win in both ODI and T20 against a relatively weak host side, That saw him end his 20-month wait for an ODI series win. But the shocking defeat in the first T20I against Zimbabwe once again encouraged the critics to pounce on his mistakes.
The series wins, 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.
After a 2-1 home series win against West Indies back in 2014; under Dhoni India have faced some tough defeats in the 50-over format of the game. Just before the 2015 World Cup, India finished with not a single win in the tri-series involving England and Australia. Again in the World Cup, India were thrown out of the event in the semi-finals after losing to the hosts Australia.
The Men in Blue had to taste the rock bottom when they were literally humiliated in Bangladesh after young pacer Mustafizur Rahman left the full-strength unit devastated. Dhoni’s increasing problems also aggravated when South Africa clinched a series win in India.
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