Today MS Dhoni Fumbles Behind The Stumps, Breaks World Record In ONE-DAY INTERNATIONALS
The lightning-speedy MS Dhoni’s notoriety behind the stumps cleared route for Sri Lankan opener Danushka Gunthilaka surrendering his wicket despite the fact that Dhoni was seen bungling the ball in the principal endeavor before puzzling. With the expulsion, Dhoni broke even with Kumar Sangakkara’s reality record of 99 stumpings. MS Dhoni has been one of the speediest wicket attendants in World cricket since his landing in the scene and has created wickets all of a sudden attributable to his lightning fast reflexes.
In the continuous second ODI against Sri Lanka at Pallekelle, Dhoni’s notoriety behind the stumps proved to be useful when Danushka Gunthilaka surrendered his wicket without attempting to return to the wrinkle after the ball went past him. Following Niroshan Dickwella’s wicket and the finish of the main strategic maneuver, Indian captain Virat Kohli acquired wrist spinner Yuzvendra Chahal to work his enchantment with the ball. After two or three calm overs for Sri Lanka, Danushka Gunthilaka chose to break the shackles by singling out Chahal and utilizing his feet to counter his turn. Be that as it may, while moving down the pitch, the Sri Lankan opener yorked himself and the ball was soon past him to MS Dhoni behind the stumps.