New Delhi: Quickly moving on from the talks of being removed as captain of IPL franchise ‘Rising Pune Supergiants’, MS Dhoni smashed Chhatisgarh bowlers for a thrilling 94-ball ton on Sunday in the Vijay Hazare Trophy at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
The ex-Indian skipper, lived up to his reputation in the domestic format too, hitting a six to complete his century before being dismissed on 129 for 107 balls on the last ball of the match. In his spectacular innings, the Captain Cool hit 10 fours and 6 huge sixes, helping his team score 243 in 50 overs.
The 35-year-old’s century’s value can be considered from the fact that, at one stage Jharkhand were in badly struggling for 57/6 with 20th over of the match being bowled.
Dhoni was duly helped with Shahbaz Nadem, who scored 53 runs in 90 balls as the duo stitched a partnership of 151 runs for the seventh wicket.
Source: Zee News