Watch: MS Dhoni Smashed 5 Consecutive Sixes In CSK’s Practice Session

The upcoming season of the Indian Premier League just a few days away and the preparations and training for the upcoming edition of IPL. Fans are eagerly waiting for the comeback of MS Dhoni on the cricket field. The former Indian skipper has been away from the cricket field for a long time now. He was last seen in action against New Zealand during the semi-final match of the World Cup last year.

With the debate going on around his cricketing career, MS Dhoni is now all set to make a return for his IPL team Chennai Super Kings in the 13th edition of the game and the wicketkeeper-batsman has already started practicing at the ‘Den’, i.e,  MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
In one of the videos going viral on social media, MS Dhoni can be seen hitting five consecutive sixes. This particular video of MS Dhoni can be seen showing a glimpse of what he is capable of doing, was shared by the official broadcaster of the IPL, Star Sports, on Twitter.
In the video, MS Dhoni was seen smashing five back-to-back sixes at the nets. However, it still remains unclear whether Dhoni is hitting the shots against a bowler or a ball-machine. But either way, it is an eye-treat for the fans to watch MS Dhoni smashing some big shots.
Here, watch the video:

MS Dhoni last guided the ‘yellow army’ to the trophy of the Indian Premier League in the 2018 edition of the game. Later, in 2019’s edition of the game, Dhoni inspired the team all the way to the final showdown before they lost the game to Rohit Sharma led team Mumbai Indians.
The upcoming edition of the game is touted to be the last season for MS Dhoni and the former cricketer will be looking forward to taking his team to the title and to silence his critics as well.

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