MS Dhoni has a different swag when it comes to wicket-keeping. He has his own style which is also pretty effective for him. Dhoni has 300 catches in ODIs and 256 in Tests which is evident of his success with the gloves.
No one can forget that outstanding run-out of New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor by Dhoni, back in 2016. He has used his own 'blind run-out' method quite a few times before it finally got a recognition during India's ODI series against the Blackcaps. As per him, turning around and then dislodging the bails takes time. Instead just have an idea where the stumps are and throw it on the stumps as soon as you collect the ball.
We saw a copy of Dhoni by another Jharkhand wicket-keeper Ishan Kishan. The southpaw managed to emulate his senior perfectly during the final match of Duleep Trophy 2018.
It was when Ricky Bhui played a stroke and attempted a single. Anmolpreet Singh also responded well and also took a single. Kishan, eager to get the batsman out, walked in between the crease and attempted a 'Dhoni' with the gloves.
The official handle of the Indian cricket team shared the video and wrote, “So, this happened in the ongoing Duleep Trophy final - That moment when @ishankishan23 tried to pull of an @mahi7781.”
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