Cricketer-turned-commentators Daren Ganga and Shaun Pollock enacted the roles of Indian wicket-keeper MS Dhoni and all-rounder Hardik Pandya, while Russell Arnold and Nick Knight played the roles of Bangladeshi tail-enders Shuvagata Hom and Mustafizur Rahman.
Pollock bowled a delivery even wider than what Pandya had done. Meanwhile, Arnold swung his bat, and Nick Knight ran to the danger end. Former West Indies player Ganga ran from behind to break the stumps, beating the batsman by a few inches.
As Pollock ran around in mock shock, Ganga acted like Dhoni had done – confident that he had got his man, but not wanting to believe what had just happened. Square leg umpire Aleem Dar referred the decision to a non-existent third umpire.
With the original commentary being played in the background, the imitation from the commentators is near perfect and almost gives that original feel.
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