India leveled a three-match array with a 5 runs win over England in a nail-biting thriller in Nagpur on Jan 29. Jasprit Bumrah and maestro pacer Ashish Nehra helped India bind a essential win opposite a Eoin Morgan side.
After only putting adult 143 on a scorecard, group India had a dueling plea of fortifying their sum opposite a clever English batting line-up. During a second innings, MS Dhoni, who recently stepped down from a captaincy post, stopped a game.
The former Indian skipper asked a umpires to have a demeanour during a bails as one of them stopped operative in a center of a game. This forced referee Anil Chaudhary to call for a deputy of a bail, so as to safeguard satisfactory play.
It was a initial time in cricket story that a bail was altered during a game. The diversion was halted for around 5 mins and it showed good participation of mind from a Indian wicket-keeper.
— Akhil Gupta (@AkhilGu04115966) 30 Jan 2017
MS Dhoni, who has played 75 T20 internationals for India, tops a list of carrying many series (63) of dismissals by a wicketkeeper. Pakistan’s Kamran Akmal (60) and Denesh Ramdin (51) of West Indies are placed second and third, respectively, in a list.