MS Dhoni spat blood while batting against England
Pictures of MS Dhoni sucking his thumb and spitting blood during the India vs England game emerged on the internet amidst all the criticism he faced from the fans.
Former Indian team captain and veteran cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been drawing a lot of flak from all quarters for his lackluster and insipid batting approach in the ongoing World Cup.
MSD’s intent and attitude was questioned. He kept quiet but now fans have realized that the 37-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman played with a thumb injury during that match. Now fans are praising Dhoni for his dedication.
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While many cricket fans trolled Dhoni for his batting approach some photos are getting viral on social media which are revealing the pain that the former Indian skipper went through during the match against World Cup 2019 hosts.
Below are photos of Dhoni spitting blood from an injured thumb during India vs England ICC CWC 2019 match and are being shared by fans on Twitter, who are also applauding the right-handed batsman for his dedication in the tournament.
Dhoni, who scored an unbeaten 41* off 32 balls as India fell 31 runs shy. His intent and attitude was questioned. He kept quiet but now fans have realised he played with a thumb injury during the match.
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