MS Dhoni facilitated India to a seven-wicket triumph to secure their one-day global arrangement against Australia in Melbourne on Friday.
MS Dhoni in real life amid the first day universal (ODI) coordinate among Australia and India.(AFP)
MS Dhoni has been at the focal point of a great deal of exchange in the ongoing past because of his disappointments in 2018 and the slow strike rate that is very unique for the veteran. Be that as it may, he answered his pundits with a splendid thump on Friday as he guided India to a memorable ODI arrangement triumph against Australia in Melbourne.
Dhoni, who was dropped twice in his innings and could have been run out as well, made 87 not out as he joined with Kedar Jadhav (61 not out) to control the travelers home with four balls remaining and complete India's 2-1 arrangement triumph.
Dhoni scored his third 50 years of the three-amusement arrangement to again demonstrate the distinction after his match-winning thump in the second diversion in Adelaide.
The 37-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman kept his standard chill amid an unbeaten 87 114 balls as India pursued down Australia's 230 with four balls to save at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Dhoni was given the Man of the Series grant for his splendid exhibitions in the arrangement and it was his first honor of that sort in very nearly eight years. The last time Dhoni won a Man of the Series grant return in 2011 amid the home arrangement against England.
"It was a moderate wicket, so it was somewhat hard to hit at whatever point you needed to. It was imperative to take it to the end since a portion of their bowlers were very nearly completing their share. No point pursuing the bowlers who were rocking the bowling alley well," Dhoni said after the match.
"Kedar worked to perfection in playing irregular shots and it is imperative to hit limits. It isn't about where you need to bat; I am upbeat to bat at any number and in the wake of playing for a long time I can't state that I would prefer not to bat at number six and need to bat at four," he included.
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