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World Cup 2019: 'Mahi Maar Raha Hai!' Remark Netizens As MS Dhoni Sweats It Out In The Nets Ahead Of India's Opener

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Published:

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  • MS Dhoni was seen sweating out in the nets as he was on practice mode to rediscover his 'Midas' touch with the bat
  • Mahi will be playing his fourth World Cup which might also be his last one and he will be eager to end on a high note by winning the coveted trophy once again

Virat Kohli will be leading Team India in the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Just like Kohli the batsman, the Indian fans will be hoping something extraordinary from Kohli the captain as well as India will be aiming to win their third World Cup crown at the 'Mecca of Cricket', Lord's on July 14. Kohli has already won a World Cup as a player in 2011 and now he will be hoping to add another feather in his cap as a captain. India are all set to begin their World Cup campaign against South Africa on June 5 at Southampton.

Speaking about captaincy, how can one forget MS Dhoni? After all, he fulfilled India's dream of lifting the World Cup in 2011 after a wait of 28 long years. His iconic six in that final is arguably the best standout moment in World Cup history. Cut to the present and he is the most experienced player in the Indian squad. Mahi will be playing his fourth World Cup which might also be his last one and he will be eager to end on a high note by winning the coveted trophy once again.

At the same time, MSD was seen sweating out in the nets as he was on practice mode to rediscover his 'Midas' touch with the bat. The former skipper had also scored a match-winning ton in the warm-up game against Bangladesh but a much bigger challenge awaits the 'Men In Blue' when they will have to deal with the likes of Kagiso Rabada, Chris Morris and Dale Steyn in case if he is fit.

The video of MS Dhoni the ball out of the park was posted by the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) on their official Twitter handle. Watch the video right here.

Here's what the netizens had to say after watching Dhoni sweat it out in the nets.

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