Mohali, April 18: Rising Pune Supergiants (RPSG) captain MS Dhoni on Sunday showed off an excellent piece of footwork behind the stumps in his side’s match against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) at Mohali in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2016. However the GP lost the match but the skipper Dhoni showcased a rare-wicket keeping skill and earned praise once again. Also Read - Even if There is One Coronavirus Positive Case, The IPL Could be Doomed: KXIP Co-Owner Ness Wadia

The magical fielding skill behind the stump was performed by MS Dhoni in the 9th over of the match. When KXIP batsman Manan Vohra tried to cut a good length delivery bowled by left-arm spinner Ankit Sharma to third man, Dhoni present an innovative piece of fielding to stop the ball. He, instead of going for it with his hand, stretched his right leg out and stopped the ball from going past him. (ALSO WATCH: Kings XI Punjab vs Pune Supergiants, Video Highlights) Also Read - Eoin Morgan Surpasses MS Dhoni's Record For Most Sixes by International Captain in 3rd ODI vs Ireland

MS Dhoni, besides his innovative shots like Helicopter shot, is also known of his clever and dynamic fielding behind the stumps. He stood without one glove, collected the ball and ran 15 yards to run-out the batsman to win India the thrilling game by 1 run against Bangladesh in the ICC T20 World Cup. Also Read - Rohit Sharma Responds to Comparisons With MS Dhoni, Calls Former India Captain One of a Kind Cricketer

Kings XI Punjab registered their first win of the season by defeating Rising Pune Supergiants in the Indian Premier League match on Sunday. Kings XI chased down the target of 153 in 19th over with six wickets in hand. Watch the spectacular fielding skill of MS Dhoni below: