Amit Mishra gave Savage reply To Pakistan Fan Who Tries To Troll MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni is well-known for his astute captaincy, wicketkeeping, batting traits, swift stumping, quick running between the wickets, last ball six, helicopter shots, ICC trophies and so on. His contribution to Indian cricket is so good that it cannot be put in words.

MS Dhoni has 3 ICC trophies as a captain – ICC World Cup 2007, ICC World Cup 2011 and ICC Champions Trophy 2013, the only captain in the history of the sport to do so. Even after giving up international captaincy on January 4, 2017, he still contributed to the team as a wicketkeeper-batsman.

Dhoni’s last ever international appearance came against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup 2019 semi-final. He retired from all forms of international cricket on August 15, 2020. The news was confirmed by MS Dhoni himself through the Instagram post. MS Dhoni has represented India 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20Is.

The down-to-earth personality is a huge inspiration to all cricket followers. He has been actively applying his skills and expressing himself in the Indian Premier League. MS Dhoni will be leading Chennai Super Kings in the sixteenth edition of the Indian Premier League.

Amit Mishra gave Savage reply To Pakistan Fan Who Tries To Troll MS Dhoni

Meanwhile, one of the Pakistani fans tried to troll the former Indian captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The tweet caught the attention of former Indian leg-spinner, Amit Mishra and the latter decided to school the fan by coming up with a savage reply.

Meanwhile, using Pakistan’s wrist-spinner Yasir Shah as a comparison, Pakistani troll by the name of Haroon made fun of MS Dhoni for his number of centuries scored outside of Asia. Taking to Twitter, he wrote, “To those Indian fans saying Pakistani batters can only play on flat tracks. Yasir Shah has more test hundreds away from Asia than MS Dhoni.”

Meanwhile, Amit Mishra replied, “It took 3 captains and 24 years for Pakistan to win World cup, T20 World cup and champions trophy. MS Dhoni won all three within 7 years.”