England vs India: Ziva Dhoni dances in joy after India’s T20I series win

Dhoni was electric on the field as he affected as many as 6 dismissals.

MS Dhoni & Ziva
MS Dhoni at Ziva’s school event. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Team India registered a fantastic series victory in Bristol by chasing down the mammoth total of 199 runs. Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya shone for the visitors and the credit has to be given to the bowlers also as they restricted the opposition well in the second half of their innings. MS Dhoni didn’t get to bat but he was the star behind the wickets affecting six dismissals which was enough for his daughter Ziva Dhoni to celebrate after the match on the ground.

The veteran was electric on the day and grabbed every opportunity which came his way. His run-out off the last ball of England innings was the testimony of his greatness and experience which saved an all important for his team. However, what followed in the chase was expected by a very few English fans. They were left stunned with the way Rohit batted as he found his mojo at the right time. He was joined in by Pandya then who finished the match in a jiffy.

Ziva’s dance

There was a feel-good environment among Team India and fans at the County Ground after a resounding victory. Virat Kohli and his men had continued their juggernaut in the shorter formats and no wonder it called for celebrations. Ziva Dhoni was not behind in it as she danced in joy near the boundary ropes after the match.

The video of her celebratory dance is going viral and is being loved by many as she is looking very adorable in it. Ziva has a special connection with her father MS Dhoni which was evident most of the times during the Indian Premier League (IPL) earlier this year.

Dhoni will now be involved in the three-match One-Day International series against the hosts which is all set to commence on July 12 at the Trent Bridge.

@zivasinghdhoni006 lovely celebration after win..!!😍❤️ . My dancing doll🙈💋

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