Perhaps, MS Dhoni has made up his mind to enjoy his off time in other sports. Recently, we witnessed him in the Kabbadi Court, and now, he joined the Bollywood stars to play in a football game. While team India is busy in their preparations for the shorter version of the game, here, MS Dhoni is sweating it out in his favourite sport, Football. The former skipper joined the Bollywood stars Abhishek Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor in a charity game to raise funds through All Stars Football Club.
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MS spends his off time on a football field
Meanwhile, it was a special night, as MS Dhoni’s team got two birthday boys present in the playing squad. All in all, it was a fun-filled night at Mumbai, and the considerable amount also went to the charity association thus making the event a grand success.
”Sunday did right. MS Dhoni and two birthday boys – Aparshakti and Armaan Ralhan! Good game,” the official Twitter panel of All-Stars Football Club tweeted after the conclusion of the match.
Sunday done right! 💪😎
and two birthday boys – @Aparshakti and Armaan Ralhan! Good game ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐!!!
.#Bollywood #AllStars #ASFC #Football⚽ #footballLove #PlayingForHumanity pic.twitter.com/VPBePXlDrS
— AllstarsFC_PFH (@AllstarsFC_PFH) November 18, 2018
On the work front:
Well, MS Dhoni isn’t having the great days with his willow for team India. But, he is pretty lethal with his glovework and smart in helping his skipper and the bowlers to make things happen.
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However, Dhoni was recently rested for the T20I series against the Windies and also for the upcoming Australian series. The selectors have cited it was only the rest but not the end of MS Dhoni’s T20I career.
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Meanwhile, he is likely to take the field for India in the three-match ODI series, which will start after the T20I and Test series against Australia. Then, he will hand his services for Chennai Super Kings as well in the IPL 2019.
Also, it is expected that MSD would call curtains on his glorious career after the conclusion of upcoming the 2019 World Cup.