This happened when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was playing on 60
Shabbir was going to bowl, only then Dhoni stopped him
Dhoni advised to take the fielder from midwicket to square
Sports desk India defeated Bangladesh by 95 runs in their second warm-up match. In this match Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 113 runs in 78 balls. He scored 8 fours and 7 sixes. Dhoni is often seen fielding from behind the wicket, but in this match he showed field set for Bangladesh. His video is getting viral.
Mid-wicket advised to go to square leg
Shabbir of Bangladesh came to bowl in the 40th over Dhoni was playing at 60 runs at that time. Shabbir was going to bowl, only then Dhoni stopped him. Dhoni stood apart from the stump and stood aside. Shabbir asked if what happened, then Dhoni would be telling the fielder standing on the field in the right place. He advised the fielder from mid wicket to square leg. Shabbir also agreed on this. Seeing this view, commentators laugh. Watching the video setting of fielding of the opposition team, social media users are praising Dhoni. One user wrote, "It has not seen so far in the World Cup. Dhoni is possible."
In yesterday's warm-up match, Dhoni stopped the bowler Sabbir Rahman and advised him to move his fielder from wid-wicket to square leg in the 40th over. The bowler agreed
That's the level of involvement he brings to his game. # Captain pic.twitter.com/V0Uup1fHLH
– Abhishek Murarka 🐂💹 (@bhymurarka) May 29, 2019
Best thing in ICC World Cup till now! 💙M.S.Dhoni batting in 39th over, asks the Bangladeshi bowler for stop bowling and tells him to move his fielder wandering near mid wicket to square leg, and Bangladesh team says okay and moves that fielder! 😂😂😂Mahi mentoring EVERYONE! pic.twitter.com/dZ5PbGxcwv
– DJ Prithvi (@djprithviindia) May 28, 2019
#dhoni thug life moment in warm up match against Bangladesh, stopping the bowler (Shabbir) in run up in 40th over, asking if he is sure of the field and then the bowler making a field change # WorldCup2019 @msdhoni @BCCI 😎😂
– Dheeraj Pershad (@djpershad) May 28, 2019