IPL 2017: Steve Smith Captures MS Dhoni’s Batting With A Drone
The mood in the Rising Pune Supergiant camp is probably more cheerful than ever. Leaving behind a dismal inaugural campaign when the newcomers finished second-last in the eight team tournament, the Supergiant have done exceedingly well under their new captain Steve Smith in the ongoing season. With 8 wins from 12 matches, they are all but assured of a place in the playoffs.
The Pune-based outfit began the season with a bang, defeating Mumbai Indians in a thriller before their campaign looked in danger of suffering the same as the last season as they lost two matches in a row. But as the season progressed, the team became more settled, the players began playing as a unit and the results began to come in their side. In the last eight matches, they have registered seven wins and are currently sitting third in the table.
The mood in the camp is all happy and cheerful and a video uploaded recently by Smith on his Instagram account surely proves it. The video shows that the Australian has found a new hobby to entertain himself and the rest of his team members. The right-handed batsman was spotted flying his new drone, where he captured a video of Dhoni blasting a huge six. The 27-year old was absolutely enjoying flying the drone alongside his compatriot Daniel Christian and Rahul Tripathi.
Check out the video:
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