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Former Indian National Cricket Team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is back in his full form. Dhoni who was dropped earlier from the Twenty20 International squad against West Indies and Australia has returned back to team India for the One Day International series against Australia.
MS Dhoni has also returned back for India’s tour of New Zealand that consists of five ODIs and three T20Is. As the former captain, MS Dhoni is back, the team is once again filled with confidence.
MS Dhoni’s performance in the second one day international has proved that the 37-year old has not done yet. MS Dhoni who is known as the best finisher has finished the game perfectly in the end like he used to do before.
MS Dhoni’s touch helped Team India to equal the ODI series against Australia 1-1. He made 55 runs off 54 balls that included two sixes. He finished the match with a perfect six and lead Team India to win the match by 6 wickets.
MS Dhoni is known as the best finisher in the world and after a long time, his fans were able to see him finishing the match in his style. Captain Cool MS Dhoni Biography tells us why he is known as the best finisher in the world and more about him in detail.
MS Dhoni played a slow inning in the first ODI with 51 runs off 96 balls but in the second ODI, we are able to see him back in the form. MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli had a 50 run partnership between them before Virat was out after completing his 39th ODI hundred. He scored 104 runs off 112 balls in the second ODI.
MS Dhoni also had a 50 run partnership with Ambati Rayudu who came to bat at No.4. After the best finish of MS Dhoni, fans all over the social media and Virat Kohli praised Dhoni. Now it will be interesting to see Dhoni again in the third and the final ODI.
Moreover, Cricadium is ready with its today match prediction for the third and the final ODI which will be held on January 18 in Melbourne. It will also provide live cricket updates and more. The third ODI will be the decider of the ODI series between India and Australia.