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Watch: Stump mic gets the MS Dhoni teaching Virat Kohli, Kedar Jadhav vs Tom Latham

Watch: Stump mic gets the MS Dhoni teaching Virat Kohli, Kedar Jadhav vs Tom Latham: -The Dhoni prediction bits were detected and listened on stump mic while the 2nd India vs New Zealand ODI in the Pune. Whereby the stump mic grabbed the MS Dhoni teaching to the Team India captain Virat Kohli as the Kedar Jadhav going to the bowl and when the 2nd India vs New Zealand ODI here on Wednesday. he says, Cheeku, do-teen Jan ko idhar chhod de mean, Virat, keep 2-3 fielders here.

Then India captain, Dhoni, who has been an important gear in the Kohli managed Indian member was chirpy as he was recognized that, supporting and commending the part-time off-spinner, who was performing in his home area.

however, New Zealand had suffered 3 quick wickets which name Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson and the last one is Colin Munro, Mumbai ODI star Ross Taylor, and Tom Latham was once repeatedly seeing to protect their side following the immediate strikes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and another is Jasprit Bumrah.

After that, Kohli did not handle the Jadhav in the opening ODI on Sunday and While Jadhav set New Zealand under stress and stump mic picked the MS Dhoni voice and he speaking that, “Bahut badhiya, Kedu mean Very well done, Kedar and before continuing, “Yours, yeh ball accha hai iske liye. Beech beech main. Har teesra ball yeh daal saktaa hai mean that It is yours. On the remarkable time, this ball is excellent opposite to Tom Latham. You can bowl this all the third ball.

 


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As the Taylor hit, Dhoni said to the Kedar, “Yaha se karne de jo karna hai mean Let him do whatever he requires to from here) and on the other side, As Taylor cleared one, Dhoni was caught and telling, Ek hi hai that mean Only a run and to a fielder, that raced in from the wide.Before as Latham decided to get some way into the off-side, Dhoni commended to the Dinesh Karthik, who was fielding in the 30-yeard area, dipped the ball and did not let a single run. he said, Bahut badhiya, DK.