MS Dhoni takes less than a second to stump Tim Seifert in the 3rd T20I
The 37-year-old, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who made his international debut against Bangladesh in 2004, is at the end of his career. He could hit the huge sixes and has an ability to finish the matches as well. He is also one of the fittest cricketers in the current Indian line-up.
His current form with the bat has not been up to the mark. But, he has been tremendous with the gloves behind the stumps. The former Indian skipper has shown his wicket-keeping skills during the ongoing game between India and New Zealand at Hamilton.
In the third T20I against India, New Zealand openers Colin Munro and Tim Seifert provided the blistering start to their country. The opening duo added 80 runs from just 46 deliveries for the first wicket. When the hosts were searching for a wicket, the chinaman bowler, Kuldeep Yadav dismissed the right-handed opener, Tim Seifert, who scored 43 runs off 25 balls.
Kuldeep bowled a brilliant ball and Seifert completely missed the ball. MS Dhoni, the man who stood behind the stumps did not make any mistake as he collected the ball and disturbed the furniture. The third umpire took some time before the correct decision was made.
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— Dhoni Fan (@WastingBalls) February 10, 2019