Former Indian team skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is someone special and we Indians know it very well. He is not only one of the best finishers of all time but his hands are as fast as lightning when behind the stumps. Batsmen would not dare to miss a hit when Dhoni is keeping as the World Cup winner does not need the invitation to grab opportunities.
West Indian batsman Keemo Paul got a taste of Dhoni’s superfast hands yesterday when he missed getting bat onto a Ravindra Jadeja delivery. The West Indian, as soon as he missed the hit, knew it’s time for him to go back to the pavilion and started walking.
We could not believe what we just saw. The former skipper just took 0.08 seconds to stump Paul and even Ravindra Jadeja, who is well aware of Dhoni’s abilities, was stunned. Jadeja asked Dhoni if it was a successful stumping and Dhoni’s smile answered all the questions.
You can watch the video here:
Quickest stumping & That precious smile😍…
— DhoniForLife💕 (@shadowOfMahi) October 29, 2018
Mahi broke his own previous world record of the fastest stumping with the dismissal and we cannot help but love this man even more. He continues to surprise us even at this age and it would take decades to produce another player like MS.
0.08 seconds guys. Beat that!