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MS Dhoni shares adorable video with daughter Ziva eating ‘besan ka laddoo’

Former India captain MS Dhoni has shared an adorable video with his daughter Ziva, in which the two can be seen sharing a ‘besan ka laddoo’. The Indian cricket team is enjoying some time off before they take on New Zealand.

cricket Updated: Oct 15, 2017 16:58 IST
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MS Dhoni  is the only wicketkeeper to have completed 100 stumpings in ODIs.
MS Dhoni is the only wicketkeeper to have completed 100 stumpings in ODIs.(PTI)

The Indian cricket team members have got a short break following the conclusion of their T20I series against Australia. Their next assignment begins next weekend in Mumbai when the Virat Kohli-led team takes on New Zealand, but before that, they have got some quality time to spend off the field.

MS Dhoni recently posted an adorable video with his daughter Ziva, in which he can be seen sharing a ‘besan ka laddoo’. In the short video, Dhoni and Ziva have kept the laddoo in between team, with each taking a bite from the other side.

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Dhoni has been enjoying a successful run, having settled into his role as a finisher and guide to the several youngsters in the Indian cricket team, having given up the captaincy of the limited-overs side earlier this year.

Attack on besan ka laddoo

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He has recently completed 300 ODIs for India, and has also become the only wicketkeeper in the history of the 50-over format to have registered 100 stumpings.

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Dhoni will be a part of the Indian cricket team for their next assignment – a three-match ODI series followed by a three-match T20I affair – against New Zealand starting October 22.

The senior Indian cricketer will then get a break from national duties as India will head into a three-match Test series against Sri Lanka, and will be expected to return for the limited-overs affairs.