MS Dhoni is considered to be one of the best wicketkeepers in the world. He is known for his quick hands behind the wickets and has helped team getting wicket out of nowhere due to a small mistake by the batsman. He has the distinction of recording some of the quickest stumpings in cricket.
During an IPL clash between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) at the Chepauk on Tuesday, the spectators again witnessed his lightning fast stumping.
SRH opener David Warner was beaten on the off-side by CSK spinner Harbhajan Singh in the 14th over as he failed to connect his swing and was caught short of the crease by Dhoni, who was quick to remove the bails. The CSK skipper showed amazing reflexes as he sent the southpaw back in the hut to bring his side back in the game.
Here’s the video:
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Warner departed after scoring 57 off 45 balls as he continued his dream run this season. He bailed his team out perfectly after a disastrous start and set the platform for a big total along with Manish Pandey, who also looked in sublime touch.
Pandey scored an unbeaten 83 off 49 balls to power SRH to a competitive total of 175/3 in 20 overs.