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MS Dhoni is chased through the streets of London as fans take selfies with the former India captain

Former India captain MS Dhoni is currently on a trip to England where he celebrated his 41st birthdayst birthday last week with his family and some close friends. He was spotted enjoying the Wimbledon matches at the All England Lawn Tennis Club and was also among the audience during the ongoing white ball series between India and England.

He marked his presence at Lord’s, along with several former Indian teammates, for the 2n/a ODI between India and England on Thursday. Meanwhile, a video has surfaced on social media where the former captain could be seen being chased through the streets of London by a group of Indian fans.

On Saturday, a video of the CSK skipper went viral where he could be seen walking through the streets of London. Many Indian fans were seen chasing him, some even clicking running selfies while others kept pace with the security personnel surrounding him to get a glimpse of their idol.

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 world.

Dhoni retired from international cricket in 2020 and only plays IPL now, but he remains one of the most beloved cricketers not only in India but across the globe. Apart from MS, a number of former Indian cricketers including batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh among others are currently in England.

And even, fans spare no effort to click selfies with the current Indian players during the ongoing tour. Photos of Indian cricketers with their fans have been circulating on social media since Team India landed in England.

The ODI series is currently leveled at 1-1 and the decider will be played at Old Trafford, Manchester on Sunday. After losing the series opener by 10 wickets, the hosts bounced back and edged India by 100 runs at Lord’s.

All eyes will be on Virat Kohli who will play his last game before going on a break. With India set to head to the Caribbean, the former captain will not be part of the tour. According to several media, he had asked the BCCI not to be considered for the West Indies tour.

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