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Here is what Ranveer Singh has to say on MS Dhoni’s recent heroics

Needing 17 to win off the final over, Dhoni could only hit 13.

Ranveer Singh
Ranveer Singh. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricket fans went absolutely berserk after MS Dhoni played a whirlwind knock to almost win the game for the Chennai Super Kinsg against the Kings XI Punjab in Mohali. Coming in to the game, Dhoni was under tremendous pressure to perform. He did play well but ended up being 4 short of the big win. The fans could not stop themselves from praising the legend and the Bollywood celebrities lined up to praise Dhoni as well. Ranveer Singh, the popular actor, joined the list as well.

Ranveer Singh took to micro blogging site Twitter to sympathize with MS Dhoni. Ranveer, in his tweet, exclaimed that Dhoni was so close to winning the game for his side. He was ‘almost’ there. He noted that with the knock of such substance, he deserved to be on the winning side. However, he further added, that such in the nature of the shortest format of the game. It can be brutal to even the best in the business.

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Here is what Ranveer Singh tweeted after the game:

“Aaaaah! Almost! Oh well… @msdhoni effort deserved the win! Kya bolega…. T20 can be brutal, man… #KXIPvCSK,” Ranveer Singh wrote in his tweet for MS Dhoni.

Talking about the match, the Chennai Super Kings were asked to chase a daunting total of 197 to win. They failed to get a brisk start but Ambati Rayudu steadied the ship in the middle order. After Rayudu’s dismissal, MS Dhoni took the center stage. He smashed an unbeaten 79 off 44 deliveries with six fours and five sixes. The Super Kings lost the game by just 4 runs.

Needing 17 to win off the final over, Dhoni could only hit 13. This included a last ball six, albeit in vain. It is worth noting that he batted through a back pain in the match. Some cricketers rightly cited that one can never write off legendary players like MS Dhoni. He certainly still has it in him to make things count.

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