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India Vs Ireland: You will surprised to know who is carrying drinks for Suresh Raina and KL Rahul, see pics

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 30 June 2018, 18:19 IST
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Virat Kohli led India has won the series by a margin of 2-0 at the second T20 International against Ireland at Dublin in the Malahide Village on Friday.

Team India registered the second highest marginal win in the history of T20I cricket beating Ireland by 143 runs.

It was quite surprising for the fans that MS Dhoni has given rest for the second T20 game at Dublin against Ireland.

It does not matter whether he is in the squad or not, World Cup winning skipper MS Dhoni marked his presence in the game when he turned into a water boy and serving drinks to the Indian batsmen during the first innings of the game.

Such a great hospitality from the Dhoni is quite appreciable and shows passion for his game.

This is not the first time he is offering such a hospitality or turned into water boy, going back in practice match against Bangladesh during ICC Champions trophy and remembering tri-series in year 2012 Dhoni have seen performing the same job for the team.

While from the Ireland side players like Stuart Poynter, Joshua Little, Andy McBride has given rest.

In the second T20 international game, the Indian team management is likely doing the experiments in the team although they have already done experiments in the first T20I game. Suresh Raina came at no three to bat.

Indian Squad:

Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli (c), Suresh Raina, Manish Pandey, Dinesh Karthik (wk), Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, Umesh Yadav, Siddarth Kaul, Yuzvendra Chahal

Ireland Squad:

Paul Stirling, James Shannon, William Porterfield, Andrew Balbirnie, Gary Wilson (c & wk), Simi Singh, Kevin O Brien, Stuart Thompson, George Dockrell, Boyd Rankin, Peter Chase

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First published: 30 June 2018, 18:17 IST
 
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