Indian wicketkeeper Mahandra Singh Dhoni runs-out New Zealand batsman Tom Bruce (R) during the final Twenty20 international cricket match between India and New Zealand in Thiruvananthapuram on November 7, 2017. 
New Zealand is chasing a target of 68 runs in a eight over match after the start was delayed by rain.


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Indian wicketkeeper Mahandra Singh Dhoni runs-out New Zealand batsman Tom Bruce (R) during the final Twenty20 international cricket match between India and New Zealand in Thiruvananthapuram on November 7, 2017. New Zealand is chasing a target of 68 runs in a eight over match after the start was delayed by rain. / AFP PHOTO / Manjunath KIRAN / ----IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE----- / GETTYOUT

In a spectacular display of his wicket keeping skills, MS Dhoni dismissed Aussie batsman Peter Handscomb during the second ODI between India and Australia at Adelaide on Tuesday. Peter missed a Ravindra Jadeja ball while attempting a slog sweep shot, and Dhoni stumped the wickets as he watched Peter’s leg going out of the crease. It was a very close call as Peter’s foot were touching the crease when Dhoni stumped him. However, his foot was not inside the crease and MS removed the bails before Peter could put his bat back inside the crease. Have a look at the video below.

Meanwhile, Australia set a target of 299 runs for India with the help of Marsh, who slammed a century (131). Glenn Maxwell proved to be a great support to Marsh with his 48 runs. Earlier, Australian captain Aaron Finch opted to bat first after winning the toss.

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