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Fans Said “We Miss Dhoni” And Virat Kohli Gave A Heart-Winning Reply

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former Indian skipper is regarded as one of the greatest cricketers of all times. His fandom knows no boundaries as not just fans but the cricketers around the world are seen expressing their admiration for the legendary Indian cricketer. Though MS Dhoni has retired from the game of cricket but he can never retire from the hearts of his fans.

Every now and then we see him trending on social media and his fans always make sure that Dhoni is always the talk of the town. Lately, a video has been going insanely viral on social media, which has taken the fans by storm as the current Indian skipper Virat Kohli can be seen expressing himself by saying ‘Me too’ to the fans who came up with the banners of ‘Miss You Dhoni’ in the second T20I against Australia.

Well, the mutual respect that MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli share with each other is very admirable. Virat Kohli never shies away from expressing his love and admiration for ‘his captain’ MS Dhoni. Infact, after Mahi announced his retirement from the international stage, Virat paid special tribute to him by sharing a video featuring all the special moments of him with Dhoni on-field.

Virat Kohli - MS Dhoni

On-field Virat was always seen blindly trusting the decisions of MSD, however, now as Mahi has retired from the game, Virat has to take decisions himself now and it is clear that just like fans Virat is also missing the presence of Dhoni on-field.

This is the first time that the Indian cricket team is traveling to Australia without MS Dhoni in the playing squad, therefore, the fans are missing the presence of the legendary keeper-batsman in the team.

During the second T20I match between India and Australia, some fans in the stadium came up with banners of ‘Miss You Dhoni.’ and when Virat saw the banner in the stands, he smiled towards it and said ‘Me Too’.

Here, watch the video:

The video has been ruling the hearts of the fans. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

 

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