MS Dhoni has been missing from action on the field ever since India crashed out of the World Cup after losing to New Zealand in the semi-finals. The former Indian skipper recused himself from India's tour of West Indies to serve in the Territorial Army for two weeks, undertaking guard and patrolling duties. While the wicketkeeper-batsman is away from the field, his on-field antics of lighting fast stumpings and 'Dhoni Review System' will never be forgotten by the Indian fans. MS Dhoni is widely known to be the fastest behind the stumps as he dislodges the bails within a fraction of seconds - something that can be described as lightning quick.
Surrey Cricket, a County cricket club, took to social media to post a video of a stumping during one of the matches with a caption that dared the users to name someone with quicker pair of hands. In the video, the batsman is seen attempting a reverse sweep and failing to make contact with the ball. Following this, the keeper grabs the balls and dislodges the bails to register a quick stumping. However, the time taken by the English keeper was way more than how much MS Dhoni would take, and the Indian fans took to Twitter to write Surrey Cricket's social media handle wrong. Here's the post from Surrey Cricket followed by some epic reactions from MS Dhoni fans:
Name someone with quicker hands, I dare you. 👀 pic.twitter.com/ayZJcuXdyL— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) August 27, 2019
MS Dhoni was given a rousing reception at the Jaipur airport, as the 'Captain Cool' was spotted wearing a black bandana, sporting a commando-like look. A video of MS Dhoni requesting fans to move aside so that he could move forward has gone viral on social media. The police had a tough time helping MS Dhoni to wade through the fans gathered there to see the cricketer, local media sources reported. MS Dhoni was reportedly in Jaipur to attend an event. MS Dhoni is expected to make a comeback to the field later this year as he was last seen playing at the World Cup. The former skipper is known for sporting new looks now and then, as fans remember MS Dhoni from his long hair days to when the captain went bald after winning the World Cup in 2011.