Mumbai: MS Dhoni’s six in the final of 2011 ICC World Cup played at Wankhede Stadium will forever remain in the minds of the Indian fans. The six handed Team India the World Cup 28 years.
Ahead of the first ODI against New Zealand, Team India were seen sweating it out in the nets and it was here the former India captain unleashed a special one during a practice session on Friday.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted a video from on their social media channels from team’s practice session, with special mention of the Dhoni’s World Cup winning six.
“When @msdhoni hits a big one at the Wankhede Stadium, it invariably takes us back to that famous six in 2011,” tweted the BCCI.
After beating India's Board President's XI by 33-run defeat in the second warm-up match in Mumbai, New Zealand will look to do just the same in their opening ODI enconter with India on October 22.
Team India, who recently defeated Australia 4-1 in the ODI series, will be looking to continue their winning momentum against the Kiwis and reclaim the No. 1 spot in the ICC ODI rankings, which is currently been held by South Africa following their win versus Bangladesh following AB de Villiers’ hundred....