MS Dhoni led from the front with a captain’s knock for India, steadying the ship and saving his team from the blushes while wickets fell like like nine pins around him. While Dhoni continued to stand tall with a gritty knock of 82, he also showed his respect for the Police department. The Ranchi dasher visited the Metropolitan Police Service training centre in London and spoke to the officers there. He had paid a visit to Indian equivalent as well, before boarding the plane to England.
The Metroploitan department was thrilled to have Dhoni around, said through a press release “MS has a great interest in policing and recently toured a similar centre in India, so he took the opportunity to explore our unique and distinguished facility in Gravesend, Kent”. Dhoni’s adventurous streak is well known amongst his legion of fans and is an avid reader of war history. This was certainly a humane gesture to pay tribute to men and women who risk their lives to keep crimes by at bay. This is a far cry from the slaughter machine that he turns into when he steps in with his bat on the pitch.