MS Dhoni being chased by fans in London (Photo: Twitter video grab)NEW DELHI: Former India captain MS Dhoni, who is enjoying his time in England for at least two weeks now, was seen being chased by fans for a selfie with him in the streets of London.
The 41-year-old cricketer is in England since before his birthday on July 7. He celebrated his birthday with his wife, friends and a few Indian cricketers as well.
Apart from that, Dhoni has been to watch India's matches in the ongoing tour and even met a few of his former teammates in the dressing room after the 2nd T20I and Lord's ODI.
On Saturday, a fan-video of the Chennai Super Kings' skipper went viral where he could be seen walking on the streets of London. A large number of Indian fans were seen chasing him, some were even seen clicking running selfies while the others kept pace with the security personnel surrounding him to get a glimpse of their idol.
M S Dhoni in London. Crazy Fans Are Chanting Dhoni Dhoni Behind Him and want to take selfie with him. Real Supersta… https://t.co/NtcKd7pWm5
— chandrakant shinde (@shindeckant) 1657981008000
The former India captain finally escaped after getting into his car. The video of the whole incident has now gone viral on social media, which shows that Dhoni's popularity knows no bounds and he has fans across the globe.
Dhoni retired from international cricket in 2020 and only plays IPL now but he still remains one of the most loved cricketers, not just in India, but across the whole world. Apart from Dhoni, a number of former Indian cricketers including batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Suresh Raina, Harbhajan Singh among others are currently in England.
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BCCI tweeted the priceless moments when Dhoni shared some tips with the youngsters. In the pictures, spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan were among others who could be seen listening to Dhoni's advice.
Pictures of Indian cricketers with their fans have been floating on social media right since Team India has landed in England.