The Indian cricket team had to accept a humiliating defeat in the second one-day match against England. After winning the first ODI by 10 wickets, they lost the second ODI by 100 runs. Chasing 247 runs, half the Indian team returned to the pavilion within just 100 runs.
When Team India was going through such a bad situation, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, could be seen in the stands.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s name is mentioned along with a few cricketers in the cricket world. Everyone became active on social media after seeing him in the stands at Lord’s. Only one thing could be heard on everyone’s lips, “Mahi Bhai, this is the time. Now you should put your pads on the field. And save the Indian cricket team from this difficult time.”
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Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been in England for the past few days. He recently celebrated his birthday in London. After that, he was also seen on the field in India vs England T20 series. This time he was also seen during the one-day match.
Along with former Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Suresh Raina was also seen in the stands on Thursday. The two-star batsmen of Chennai Super Kings were seen together again after a long time. When Mahendra Singh Dhoni was spotted during the match, he also waved to the fans.
Notably, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is considered one of the best finishers in the world. Many times in his cricketing career, he rescued the Indian cricket team from this difficult situation.
There have also been many situations where Team India was on the brink of defeat. From there he showed the Indian cricket team the way to victory. That is why Indian cricket fans remembered Dhoni during the second ODI.
You will surely be amazed if you look at Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s statistics as a finisher. With Dhoni in the team, the Indian cricket team has won by chasing runs 116 times. Dhoni has batted 75 times himself.
He scored 2,876 runs at a batting average of 102.71. The strike rate was 88.00. Meanwhile, Mahi left the field with a pair of hundreds, 20 half-centuries, and 47 runs unbeaten. Jonty Rhodes’ name comes right after Dhoni in this statistic. He has left the field not out 33 times.