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5 Times MS Dhoni's DRS Calls Were On Point To Prove The Umpires Wrong

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If someday, the important people at the International Cricket Council (ICC) do decide to name the Decision Review System (DRS) after a player, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's name would be the number one recommendation on their list.

Ever since the concept of challenging the umpire's call was actualised in cricket, MS Dhoni has used it to the greatest advantage of whatever team he has played for, be it the Indian cricket team or the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League.

Here are the top 5 moments where Dhoni proved his genius:  

1. LBW Call Against Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq - Asia Cup 2018 (23/09/2018)

During the Asia Cup 2018 Super Four matchup between India and Pakistan, when spinner Yuzvendra Chahal tricked Pakistani opener Imam-ul-Haq for a leg-before, the umpire seemed uninterested in the bowler's appeal.

Dhoni instantly nodded at the then captain Rohit Sharma for a review to which Sharma instantly agreed.

pic.twitter.com/47H8ktlOPf

— CricBoll (@mycricboll) September 23, 2018

As the third umpire took a closer look, it was evident that the ball was pitched in-line, made an impact in-line and was, in fact, hitting the wickets. The next thing you know is the umpire reversing his decision and raising his finger in favour of the keeper's call.

2. Challenging LBW Call Against England - 3rd ODI At Headingley Stadium, Leeds (17/07/2018)

After losing the toss, Virat Kohli's side was forced to bat first. With the half of the team wrapped up at 158 runs, it was Dhoni's turn to take the crease.

After spinner Adil Rashid sent the skipper and Suresh Raina packing in the 31st over, it was Moeen Ali's turn to shock Dhoni with a beauty in the 32nd for an LBW appeal. As soon as the umpire agreed to Ali's call, Dhoni went for the DRS.

The same crowd cheered after DRS(Dhoni review system),
who had jeered him at Lord's.
Finisher in need is DHONI indeed.#HypocriticalLove  #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/9HoVBaBqMI

— The Accidental Journalist (@joBless_God) July 17, 2018

While the ball was pitched at the right place and landed in-line too, the genius of Dhoni quickly led him to calculate that it has bounced too high and would miss the stumps by a lot. And that was exactly what had happened.

3. Eoin Morgan's Caught Behind Vs England - 1st ODI At MCA Stadium, Pune (15/01/2017)

After winning the toss, India decided to bowl first and thanks for some brilliant performances by Englishmen Joe Root, Jason Roy and Ben Stokes, England was able to establish a huge total of 350 runs.

Believe it or not, it could have been worse if MS Dhoni had not called for a review on this catch on a Hardik Pandya delivery against the skipper Eoin Morgan.

MS Dhoni gets the DRS call Bang on!  https://t.co/b181Dg9xp0

— Aditya Pandey (@adityapandey148) January 24, 2019

While on Pandya's appeal after Dhoni's excellent catch, the umpire immediately said “no”, Dhoni was certain that Morgan had to go. As soon as the keeper called for a review, Kohli obliged and the review went upstairs. With audio-inspection and slow motion, the third umpire was finally able to see what Dhoni saw with his naked eyes asked Morgan to go back to the locker room.

4. Saving Yuvraj Singh Vs England At Barabati Stadium, Cuttack (19/01/2017)

One of the best Indian partnerships could have been missed out on if it wasn't for Dhoni's supernatural vision. During the second ODI match between India and England early in 2017, Yuvraj Singh was asked to go on a caught behind decision by the umpire.

Everyone on the field, including Yuvraj Singh himself, believed that he was out but Dhoni asked for a review even before the umpire made up his mind in favour of the bowler.

Decision Review System or Dhoni review system? https://t.co/hy8A2YXCgF

— Aditya Pandey (@adityapandey148) January 24, 2019

Upon checking out the footage in slow motion, it was seen that after the ball touch Singh's bat, it went on to bounce once before keeper Jos Buttler caught it. Once the umpire reversed his decision, Singh went on to score 150 while Dhoni scored 134.

5. Chris Lynn's Catch At Slip - CSK Vs KKR at Eden Gardens, Kolkata (03/05/2018)

In the first over the innings, when Lungi Ngidi appealed for KKR opener Chris Lynn's catch at slip, the umpire believed that the ball had only touched the pad and Lynn was therefore not out.

More or less, everyone was convinced with the decision, everyone but Dhoni, who decided to go for it nonetheless.

Dhoni review system on point  https://t.co/HtWejye8HB via @ipl

— Aditya Pandey (@adityapandey148) January 24, 2019

The bat had just scratched the surface of the ball with an almost inaudible nick which somehow Dhoni heard.

Call it sixth-sense of good luck, but what is evident is that no one is better than Dhoni when it comes to following their instinct which has often led to his reviews being on point.

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