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MS Dhoni celebrates his 39th birthday today

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Former India captain MS Dhoni turned 39 today, July 7. MS Dhoni, who last played for India in the 2019 World Cup semi-final against New Zealand. Earlier in the year, MS Dhoni had joined the Chennai Super Kings camp to prepare for the 2020 Indian Premier League. Dhoni also led India in winning the World Cup in 2011 after 28 years.

Virat Kohli was among the first to wish Dhoni but the most special message came from his wife Sakshi. Sakshi Dhoni took an Instagram to wish her husband on his special day. Sakshi penned a beautiful message for her husband and also revealed a few changes the former India skipper has gone through in last one year. In her adorable post, Sakshi referred to Dhoni’s grey beard and said that he has become “smarter and sweeter”.

The wicketkeeper-batsman is one of the most influential personalities in world cricket. MS Dhoni has been playing for India for over a decade and a half. The former Indian captain is known for his astute understanding of the game and the way he calculates and approaches an innings. His calculative nature and accuracy with numbers is not just restricted on the field. In fact, even off the field, MS Dhoni is just as effective in this regard.

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Ball Tampering in Cricket can be legal

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Considering legalizing of Cricket ball-tampering in wake of corona-virus

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic (Corona virus infection), bowlers will no longer be able to spit on a cricket ball, so it may be considered to allow the use of artificial objects to make it shine. It can also be said that ball tampering can now be legalized in cricket. In cricket, bowlers used spit (saliva) to shine the ball, but when cricket starts after the Kovid-19 pandemic, the ICC will have to make some decisions about it.

“The problem posed by the use of saliva to polish the ball is understood to be among the items raised by the ICC”s medical committee to be addressed before cricket can resume, meaning that lateral thinking is required to allow bowlers and teams to continue to find effective ways to shine the ball to help encourage conventional or reverse swing,” the ESPNCricinfo report stated.

The report has stated that administrators are “open to the option of allowing for the use of an agreed artificial substance to polish the ball under the supervision of the umpires”.

Former India pacer Venkatesh Prasad said he is in favour of the idea to not use saliva on the ball.

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