MS Dhoni proved once again that he might have a hidden hawk-eye inside him after his call on DRS turned out correct again. Fans have named DRS as "Dhoni Review System" and Dhoni keeps on justifying it with his sharp decisions.
In the fourth ODI between India and South Africa, the Indian wicket-keeper ruled the social media because of his call on DRS. He saved a review after the whole team went up on a caught behind the appeal of Hashim Amla. It happened when Jasprit Bumrah made Amla clueless with a brilliant delivery. The ball went through his bat and pad to Dhoni before half of the Indian players were convinced they got their man.
Rohit Sharma was seen signaling Kohli to take the review. But a shake of the head from Dhoni was enough for the Indian skipper. It turned out to be correct later.
India, however, lost the game but still have a lead of 3-1. South Africa chased down the target by 5 wickets in the do-or-die game. The match was affected by rain, hence the Proteas had a target of 202 in 28 overs. Thanks to their lower middle order, they achieved the asked total with 15 balls in hand.
David Miller, who survived a dismissal on no-ball went on to hit 39, sharing a match-winning stand of 72 with Heinrich Klaasen, whose 43 not out off 27 balls earned him the man of the match award.
Virat Kohli though was convinced that he had heard something and even consulted Rohit about going for the review.— ???? (@WHISTLE_P0DU) February 12, 2018
MS Dhoni though quickly signalled to Kohli that there was no bat involved and that they shouldn’t go for a review here.
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