Critics have been bashing Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his dismal batting and not-so-agile keeping. He is representing Rising Pune Supergiant in the league, but he has not been in the best of form as he is expected to with the standards he sets. Today, RPS is taking on a formidable in-form Delhi Daredevils for a place in the top-two. Delhi Daredevils won the toss and opted to bat first. They started off poorly but then they made up in the end to end of with a defendable 168.

It was a great show by MSD, he took a one-handed blinder and then he whipped the bails off in a jiffy, just to show how quick he is. He truly seems to have become a zen with the gloves. The score was 124 for 5 in the 16th over and they were looking to press for anything in excess of 170, well they may have fallen a few runs short but they surely have given themselves a fair chance and with Zaheer and Mishra in the mix, they surely can pose a threat to the fancies RPS batting line-up.

But the event we are talking about is when Washinton Sundar a part-time offie was bowling and Anderson was looking to slam it over the covers a ball that was a touch too full, but then it turned and Anderson played the wrong line and lost shape, MSD was quick to gather the ball and remove the bails at a lightening speed to see the back of Corey Anderson. Well, it seems MSD is still a teenager with the zeal and enthusiasm he possesses on the field, what a player, a true legend.