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Updated: May 6, 2019 6:49 PM IST

By Sports Desk | Edited by Ankit Banerjee

MS Dhoni Nicholas Pooran KXIP vs CSK IPL 2019
MS Dhoni Nicholas Pooran KXIP vs CSK IPL 2019

IPL 2019: MS Dhoni once again proved that he is not just an Indian ambassador of cricket but a global legend. In the past, Dhoni was seen passing tips to upcoming Indian wicketkeepers like Rishabh Pant, Ishan Kishan and Sanju Samson. Surprisingly, after the KXIP vs CSK match on Sunday, Dhoni was spotted giving keeping tips to Nicholas Pooran. In a picture posted by CSK, Dhoni is seen in a wicketkeeping posture, trying to explain something (Guess, he was showing Pooran how to collect the ball during quick stumpings). Surely, the legend giving tips to Pooran must be of huge help to the cricketer.

Here is the picture:

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Here is how Twitter reacted to the Thala masterclass:

The post has already garnered 400+ RT’s in two hours.

“You need to give the credit to them. It was not an easy wicket. With 3 spinners, it was difficult to manoeuvre in the first six overs. But KL batted really well, was ably supported by Chris Gayle and then Pooran towards the end was good with his lusty hits. It was a really good batting effort from their side. We did whatever we could, it didn’t work a lot,” said Dhoni at the post-match presentation.

Meanwhile, KXIP beat CSK in the last league match but that did help them to qualify. KL Rahul bagged the man of the match for his 71 off 36 balls.

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