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MS Dhoni scored 42 of 66 balls and was jeered again at Leeds. Earlier, he was booed at Lords for playing a slow knock again, he had scored 36 of 59 balls. The 37-year-old’s this gesture where he asks the umpire for the match ball and takes it has sparked rumours that he may be calling it a day. Arguably the best finisher of modern times and a world cup-winning captain MS Dhoni’s knock also got trolled on social sphere where fans reckoned he should retire. Also Read - IPL 2020, CSK vs KKR: MS Dhoni Giving Tips to Varun Chakravarthy is Winning The Internet | WATCH

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Besides the social buzz about his retirement, this video seems to be the snatcher. Watch this video carefully to see MS Dhoni asking the umpires for the match ball. Virat Kohli is with him when he asks for it.

MS Dhoni recently became the fourth Indian and 12th international batsman to get to 10,000 runs in ODIs. He also became the fourth wicketkeeper to take 300 ODI catches recently. Dhoni is already a World Cup-winning captain and all Indians must have been expecting to see him in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. Nothing can be confirmed but the video tells a story.

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Meanwhile, England won the decider by 8 wickets to seal the series 2-1. For England, it was Joe Root’s 13th ton and a great partnership of 186* with captain Eoin Morgan that saw them chase down 256. But it was Adil Rashid’s 3-fer that set it up. He rocked the Indian middle-order with his ripping leg-spin. He got the important wickets of a set Virat Kohli, Dinesh Karthik and Suresh Raina and pegged back India.

The total of 256 did not look enough and England showed how.