Dhoni’s performance in ODI against Aussies receive praises, Twitter is jumping with joy

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Published by Shifa Naz on 16 Jan 2019

India’s win over Australia in the last ODI with 6 wickets was commendable. Though the man of the match was Virat Kohli, Dhoni’s play at the stadium was worth applauding. He scored 55 runs in 54 balls and made his helicopter shot 6 in the ending over. The Cricket fans are hugely showering love to the Indian team and Mahi’s remarkable half-century is making if the star player of the match.

Ahead of the match, the Indian captain, Virat Kohli said about the commendable inning by MS Dhoni, “Tonight was an MS classic. Only he knows what’s going through his mind. He calculates the game so well. He backs himself to hit those big hits.”

Former Indian cricketer, Virendra Sehwag who was actively engaged in the match wrote, “Picture Abhi baaki hai mere Dost!

Wonderful innings from Virat. Dhoni and Karthik finishing it in style. Will need more matches with 4-5-6 playing handy match-winning knocks.”

The BCCI in their official handle applauded the former Indian captain through their tweet, “A last over thriller in Adelaide. TeamIndia clinches the 2nd ODI by 6 wickets courtesy winning touches from Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni & Dinesh Karthik. 1-1”

Apart from them, the Twitterati went on praising MS Dhoni for his contribution in the previous victory of India, look at their reaction via memes and tweets.

“Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Remember the name.

India needs Dhoni to lift world cup…
He’s a pure class & a true leader & India will never find a sportsman like him..”

“Showing Dhoni’s inning to people who were asking for his eviction from the team after first ODI. INDvAUS.”

“bro form is temporary but class is permanent it happens some time we suddenly criticize such a world class don’t forget he is match winner he wins several matches in past don’t forget he is 38 age now he never run as faster as a young cricketer”

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