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Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh redefine bromance goals

DNMUM381104 | 1/12/2017 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :221

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MS Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh, both have given Indian cricket some historic moments. A glimpse of that was on display on Tuesday night after India lost the first practice match against England. This was the last time Captain Cool was leading the Men in Blue. Even though India lost the match, Dhoni’s fans got to see some of his vintage sixes.
But the best moment came after the match was over. A video taken by Yuvraj in the dressing room shows the wonderful chemistry between them. Viewed for over 3.5 lakh times, here are some of its transcripts:
Dhoni: It’s good to have players like you. It becomes much easier. I’ve enjoyed my 10 years as captain. Hopefully, I’ll enjoy my time as player
Yuvraj: Mahi, you’ve been one of
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