Before the heavyweight contest against arch-rival Pakistan, India is sharpening its all weapons, even Mahendra Singh Dhoni rolled his bowling hands in the net to prepare an extra hand for Virat Kohli if needed.
Despite his recent bad patches, former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s presence is a morale booster for the team. In a given day, Dhoni’s bat can turmoil any bowling attack in the Champions Trophy.
In the previous edition of the tournament, Mahendra Singh Dhoni led India to seize the prestigious title. The much awaited India-Pakistan clash is to take place on June 4. BCCI official twitter revealed Dhoni throwing the ball with a speedarm ball thrower.
— BCCI (@BCCI) June 1, 2017
Meanwhile Pakistan is a side newly looked after the retirement of war veterans like Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan. The relatively younger team is now leading by Sarfaraz Khan.