Mahendra Singh Dhoni is known worldwide for his unique batting technique and unorthodox shots that are entertaining and effective at the same time. Apart from that, Dhoni’s lightning quick hands behind the stumps are also something that is admirable. While the 37-year-old knows how to remove the bails within a blink of an eye, he is also aware how to use his flexibility to avoid being stumped when he is batting.
- It was the second T20 international between India and Australia which took place on Wednesday in Bengaluru.
- Though India lost the match which saw the Aussies clinch the series 2-0, MS Dhoni was widely praised for one interesting moment in the match.
- It was the 11th over of the match and Dhoni stepped out the crease chasing a delivery from Adam Zampa but the ball went wide of the off stump.
- But the world cup winning skipper was quick to get back in the crease before Handscomb took the bails off.
- What was the big deal? It was the way in which Dhoni got back into the crease as he stretched over 2.14 m to do so.
- He actually did a full split to avoid being stumped and it quite expectedly became the talking point of the match.
- Here are some of the reactions that followed:
Is there anything this man can’t do?