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IPL 2019: Sakshi Dhoni gets tricked by Mohit Sharma’s funny prank

Jadeja had the correct answer to Mohit's trick question that most failed to answer.

Sakshi Dhoni
Sakshi Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

In the Indian Premier League, the three-time champions Chennai Super Kings always entertain the fans. And not just on the cricketing field. In the Super Kings squad, the 30-year-old Indian fast bowler Mohit Sharma has always been known for his funny and breezy character on and off the field. This time he was seen playing a prank on several teammates and even on Mrs Sakshi Dhoni.

Returning to the Super Kings after a two-year stint with the Kings XI Punjab, Sharma still hasn’t made it to the playing XI of Dhoni’s CSK in their first two games. Earlier, the right-arm fast bowler was seen with his CSK teammates after their opening-fixture of the IPL 2019.

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The defending champions Chennai have dominated the IPL scene from the start and are one of the strong contenders even in this season. With such great form, it won’t be a surprise if Super Kings manages to win their 4th title victory. Sharma is most likely to replace Shardul Thakur for the match against Rajasthan Royals on March 12 since the latter has been one of the weakest links in CSK’s bowling department. Moreover, Mohit’s experience might come into good use and he should look to make the most out of it.

Mohit Sharma’s prank on Sakshi Dhoni

Coming back to the prank, the pacer was seen taping a video where CSK captain MS Dhoni was trolling Kedar Jadhav as the group burst out in laughter. Needless to say, the video went viral. Sharma’s latest shenanigan was recorded on their return to Chennai after a six-wicket win against the Delhi Capitals. Apparently, Sharma had a lot of fun in the flight as he fooled Sakshi Dhoni, Karn Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, and Monu Kumar with questions.

In the video shared by the official Chennai Super Kings on Twitter, Mohit asks Sakshi Singh Dhoni, “How many times can you deduct 10 out of 100?” Sakshi then replied to his questions by saying “100 times” before correcting it to 10 times. Sharma then reciprocates to inform her, “You can deduct 10 from 100 only one time as after deducting the sum once you will be left with only 90.”

Here’s the video:

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