MS Dhoni takes the bails off in a flash: we hear this often and, all the more, we like it. Even at 36, his reflexes refuse to fade. They are as sharp as ever. Of late, he became the first cricketer to register 100 stumpings in ODI cricket, going past the likes of Kumar Sangakkara, Adam Gilchrist, Moeen Khan, among others.

During the one-off T20I between India and Sri Lanka, Dhoni scripted an encore of his faster-than-light stumpings. Dhoni was so fast that time seemed to have skipped a few seconds. By the moment the naked eye could comprehend the visuals, the bails were dislodged and Angelo Mathews had to walk back.

Here is the video:

India eventually won the match, thanks to Virat Kohli’s blazing 82. Apart from the stumping, Dhoni had very little role to play. However, that was enough for his fans, for there are few, very few who as staggering a wicketkeeper as Dhoni. By clinching the T20I, India won 9-0 in the Sri Lanka tour and they became the first team to win all games on an overseas tour.