The Hush Post: No one would want to remember the first ODI loss to Sri Lanka at Dharamsala. The only bright moments were watching skipper MS Dhoni, the lone Indian star come out on top. A gifted footballer in addition to his skills with gloves and bat and the famous helicopter shot, MS Dhoni is too fit. So in Chandigarh, another thing came to light, that 36-year-old MS Dhoni is the fastest sprinter in the Indian team, faster than 24-year-old Hardik Pandya, whom he beat narrowly though, but nonetheless did. Both Hardik and Dhoni decided to face each other in a 100m race ahead of the second India – Sri Lanka ODI in Chandigarh, Dhoni touched the finish line first.
Naturally fit thighs, what with 300 squats per match in an ODI being a pre-requisite, a form of exercise a wicket-keeper has to necessarily undergo each time a bowler balls and thus those strong set of legs.