Former India captain MS Dhoni returned to India after a successful tour of Australia and New Zealand. The 37-year-old has been in ominous touch. Before the start of the tour, there were question marks over Dhoni’s inclusion for the World Cup later this year. Dhoni silenced his critics as he bagged the Man of the Series against Australia in ODIs. The veteran has also been phenomenal behind the stumps and has been a big reason for India’s success in limited overs lately. Dhoni landed in India on Tuesday afternoon at the Mumbai airport.
Meanwhile, Dhoni is on the cusp of yet another world record when India host Australia in the upcoming limited overs series. Dhoni is three games away from surpassing Mark Boucher record of keeping wickets in most international matches. Recently, Dhoni became the first Indian to feature in 300 T20s.