It was a comedy of errors which Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not find funny at all. In the 29th over of the tri-series ODI against Australia, India appealed for a stumping against Michael Hussey off Suresh Raina’s bowling which was referred to third umpire Bruce Oxenford. What should have been a simple case of the official giving either of the two rulings — out or not out — turned into a comical scene. Hussey, whose foot seemed just behind the line in the replays, was declared out at first by Oxenford but as the left-hander made his way to the pavillion on-field umpire Billy Bowden rushed to bring him back. As it transpired, the third umpire had apparently pushed the wrong button but swiftly made amends by asking the on-field officials to call the batsman back. Hussey laughed his way back to the crease but Dhoni was not too amused and was seen having an animated chat with Bowden about the confusion as Australia were precariously placed at 119 for three at that stage. VIDEO: MS Dhoni helps funky Brendon McCullum with his GoPro camera mounted on helmet

Earlier on Thursday night, Dhoni was involved in yet another thrilling finish, as he helped his team Help for Heroes to seal a win by wickets in their charity T20 match against the Rest of the World, at The Oval. Chasing 159 to win, the Help for Heroes side had to face some nervous moments, including a wicket in the final over of the game when they needed a few runs to win the game in a thrilling manner.