MS Dhoni leaves Ranchi stadium in his Nissan Jonga SUV
A video went viral on Tuesday when MS Dhoni left the JSCA Stadium after meeting Indian cricketers in the dressing room.
Published - Oct 22, 2019 5:32 pm
Updated - Oct 22, 2019 5:32 pm
Everyone knows MS Dhoni’s love for bikes and cars and he keeps acquiring new models and variations of popular vehicles in his ever-growing collection. He has even built a special garage to hold every single item and it was shared by his wife Sakshi on social media some time ago. Given that he is not playing international cricket at the moment, Dhoni is seen driving on roads of Ranchi from time to time.
He was last seen driving his Kawasaki Ninja H2 bike sometime back to the Jharkhand State Cricket Association ground. Dhoni is yet to feature in a cricket match after India’s exit from ICC World Cup 2019 after a semi-final loss to New Zealand, in which Dhoni scored a valiant half-century.
He was also given the life membership of JSCA sometime back and already has a pavilion in the stadium named after him. Sunil Gavaskar suggested that the ground itself should be named MS Dhoni stadium given that he has put Ranchi on the map of cricket.
Dhoni was seen driving a jeep used by Indian Army
Dhoni attended the third Test between India and South Africa in JSCA ground. He even visited the dressing room to meet up with the players and gave some tips to statemate Shahbaz Nadeem, who made his Test debut here and impressed everyone with four wickets in the match.
However, what caught everyone’s eye was the former India captain’s newest toy, the Nissan Jonga Jeep. The Jonga Jeep is used by the Indian Army as well, and Dhoni is a known supporter of the armed forces of the country and had even served 15 days with his unit in Kashmir recently in August. A video went viral on Tuesday when MS Dhoni left the JSCA Stadium after meeting Indian cricketers in the dressing room.
Here is the video of MS Dhoni:
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Meanwhile, speculations are rife on new BCCI President Sourav Ganguly have a tête-à-tête with his onetime protégé and talking about his future. Dhoni has excused himself from international cricket till after the Bangladesh series. He has refused to douse the rumors of his impending retirement or whether he will play the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia.