ICC World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli Jumps in Joy After MS Dhoni Completes Century Against Bangladesh
Former Team India skipper MS Dhoni continued his sensational run of form and went onto smash a sensational century against Bangladesh in the 2nd World Cup warm-up game. The wicket-keeper batsman played dodgy innings in the match against New Zealand during India’s opening warm-up game.
MS Dhoni was batting on 99 when Abu Jayed was bowling. He could have taken a single and completed a century. Instead, he went for a big six which went sailing over the bowlers head for a humungous six. After the six it was a sedate celebration from Dhoni but Indian skipper Virat Kohli who went haywire after he completed a century.
It was an animated celebration from Kohli as he always keeps doing. MS Dhoni looked in sensational touch and smashed the Bangladesh bowlers all around the park during the whirlwind display of batting during his knock of 113 of 78 deliveries which included 7 fours and 8 sixes. He looked in ominous touch from the outset and smashed the Bangladesh bowlers all around the park.
It looked as if he was playing a T20 match as he looked to smash each and every ball out of the park. He shared a sensational stand with KL Rahul and ensured India posted a mammoth score of 359 in their allotted 50 overs. It was a great effort from India and KL Rahul, in particular, solved the No 4 woes. He has all but sealed the No 4 spot when India comes out to play against South Africa in their tournament opener.
Classic Dhoni and classic Virat 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/jplLRvAVPy
— Papa CJ (@PapaCJ) May 28, 2019
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