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Watch- MS Dhoni’s seven second cameo in Rishabh Pant’s Instagram Live breaks the internet

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Having already clinched the ODI series in West Indies the Indian cricketers seem to be in a joyous mood. The arrival of the rest of the T20I squad has fuelled their joy even further as was visible last night. Rishabh Pant hosted a hilarious Instagram Live session on Tuesday evening with Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav where the players interacted with a number of Indian fans.

They also roped in other Indian players from time to time. Players like Axar Patel, Avesh Khan, Yuzvendra Chahal, and Ishant Sharma attended the live session and made fans’ day. It was, however, the former India captain MS Dhoni who snatched the limelight despite appearing for mere seconds.

Pant dragged Dhoni into the live session by calling on his Instagram handle. Dhoni’s wife seemed to join the session and flipped the camera on Dhoni’s side. Dhoni waved to the camera and appeared to stop further recording. To which a mischievous Pant said, “Mahi bhai, kya haal hai, rakho rakho, bhaiya ko thoda live pe rakho (How are you Mahi Bhai? Please keep brother on the live session).”

Chahal being one of the most active cricketers on social media, also joined the session and came up with great banter with Rohit Sharma. Another hilarious moment happened when Suryakumar Yadav put Axar Patel on camera. The second match hero was taking a back massage and appeared without clothes from the top. The video has been seen thousands of times so far.

Currently, the Indian team is on a tour to West Indies wherein they play three ODIs and five T20I matches. The Men in Blue have already clinched the ODI series with a win in the first two games. The third and last match of the ODI series against West Indies is scheduled for 27th July.

Some players of the T20I squad who were rested from the ODI series arrived last day. The T20I series will start on July 29th with the first match scheduled to be played at the Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad.

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