Watch: Dhoni and Sanjay Bangar having some fun with the match ball

Indian wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni and batting coach Sanjay Bangar had a funny conversation after the match with the match ball.

Dhoni and Sanjay Bangar having some fun with the match ball

India have ended their long tour of Australia on a high note as they won the decider and third game of the ODI series by three wickets. MS Dhoni, Yuzvendra Chahal, and Kedar Jadhav were the key players for the win at Melbourne Cricket Ground for India.

Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni took India over the line with their century partnership, Kedar also scored a fifty and remained unbeaten while MS Dhoni remained unbeaten on 87.

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MS Dhoni is the hot topic after the series as the former captain scored hattrick fifties in the ODI series and looked like a come back from the man after his bad form in 2018. His great rhythm with the bat will be a good sign for India in their World Cup preparations.

After the match at MCG, MS Dhoni got one of the match balls from umpires and he saw it to the batting coach Sanjay Bangar. Both of them had a lighter moment as MS Dhoni said, ” Ball lelo nahi to bolega retirement lerahe ho” to the batting coach, quoting “If you do not have the ball then I will be retiring.”

It looks like a funny reply from the World Cup winning captain for the rumors came when he took the match ball during the final ODI of the England series in 2018. At that time there were many rumors came that MS Dhoni was retiring.

Later it was confirmed by the head coach Ravi Shastri that MS Dhoni took the ball from umpires to show the changes and nature of the ball to the coaching staffs.

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