MS Dhoni is one of the most popular and lovable cricketers in the world. But recently, a kid refused to hug MS Dhoni.
The former World Cup-winning Indian captain and the present limited-overs wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni was recently in Mumbai. During that tour, he played a charity football match at Juhu and later interacted with some fans. MS Dhoni met with a kid during that interaction and initially wished to hug that young fan. However, the kid was in no mood to meet with MS Dhoni.
MS Dhoni even called the kid, “Aaogey (Will you come)?” Later, understanding the situation, he walked away from there and got into the car. However, before entering the car, the Indian wicketkeeper-batsman hugged with some friends.
MS Dhoni is one of the greatest wicketkeeper-batsman in international cricket history. But, people love him so much for his calm and friendly behavior everywhere. Every cricketer, even the oppositions, respects him so much.
MS Dhoni’s presence will be important for India in the upcoming World Cup
MS Dhoni is currently focusing on the upcoming World Cup. Recently, he has brilliantly returned in the batting form, and many believe that his vast experiences will be India’s most reliable weapon in the forthcoming World Cup, which will begin on 30 May. Under his captaincy, India won their second cricket World Cup in 2011.
Earlier in 2018, he was struggling to perform with the bat. He was in rare poor ODI form in 2018 as he had an average of just 25.00 without scoring a single 50+ score.
However, MS Dhoni has returned to the form in early 2019. He won the Player of the Series award during the ODI series in the Australia tour. In that three-match ODI series, the right-handed batsman scored 193 runs averaging the same. He hit half-centuries in every match of that series, including two match-winning unbeaten innings. In further, he carried the same performances and confidence in recently concluded New Zealand tour.
Now, he is getting ready to play the home series against Australia. The host side India will play a two-match T20I and five-match ODI series against Australia from 24 February to 13 March. It will be India’s final international cricket assignment before the World Cup.
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