Former Indian skipper and present Indian limited-overs wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni has recently shared a video where he is learning the dance steps from his little daughter Ziva Dhoni.
The former World Cup-winning Indian skipper is enjoying his present free time with his family. On Sunday (December 2), Dhoni shared a video on his official Instagram account where he was seen to following on his three-year-old daughter Ziva’s dance steps on music. Both were very enjoying that moment.
That post also had a caption and it was, “ Even better when we are dancing @zivasinghdhoni006”.
The Indian cricket team is currently busy on the Australia tour. Dhoni wasn’t selected for the recently concluded three-match T20I series in that tour, which ended with the 1-1 result. As the Indian team is now busy for the four-match Test series, starting on December 6, the former Test cricketer Dhoni has got enough free times to enjoy it with his family.
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The 37-year-old MS Dhoni is expected to return to the national squad during the three-match ODI series in the Australia tour, starting on January 12, 2019. Since then, he has a busy schedule till the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup in England that will be played between 30 May and 14 July 2019.
After making his international cricket debut in December 2004, Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 332 ODIs and 93 T20Is where the right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman has scored a total of 16,536 runs (4,876 runs in Tests, 10,173 runs in ODIs and 1,487 runs in T20Is) and also has made a total of 806 dismissals as a wicketkeeper (294 in Tests, 425 in ODIs and 87 in T20Is).
Under his captaincy, India won the 2007 ICC World T20, 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup and 2013 ICC Champions Trophy. Dhoni is the only captain in history who won three different ICC tournaments.
Though Dhoni retired from the Test cricket in December 2014 and also has given up his international cricket captaincy in early January 2017, he is still serving for the country in limited-overs international crickets.