Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni seems to be in a very playful mood these days as he once again regaled his fans by cracking a few good humoured jokes on Chennai Super Kings teammate ‘Sir’ Ravindra Jadeja.
“When you give Sir Ravindra Jadeja one ball to get 2 runs he will win it with one ball to spare !!,” Dhoni wrote on his twitter handle following Chennai’s dramatic win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL on Saturday night.
Jadeja stole the thunder as he guided Chennai to a thrilling win with two to get off the final ball of the match.
But had R.P. Singh, who conceded 16 in the last over, not bowled a no ball, which was caught at third man, RCB would have won the match.
It was then Dhoni’s turn to poke fun at his teammate and enthral his followers on the social networking site.
“Sir jadeja was upset abt only 1 t20 match in a bilateral series so BCCI came up with the idea of IPL. so all the fans of ipl plz thank SRJ,” Dhoni tweeted.
This was the second time in less than a week that Dhoni was tweeting on Jadeja.
“God realised RAJNI sir is getting old so he created sir ravindra jadeja,” the India skipper had tweeted a few days days back, referring to South superstar Rajnikanth.
Dhoni added to the fun by posting another gem. “Wen sir jadeja drives his jeep, his jeep remains still and road moves and wen he goes in to bat the pavilion moves to the wkt.”
It did not end there as Dhoni went on to leave another post. “Sir jadeja doesn’t run to take the catch but the ball finds him and lands on his hand,” his next post read.
Jadeja’s teammate Suresh Raina, too, left a post congratulating the all-rounder on his match-winning knock. “Well played SRJ.... U beauty.. Keep up the CSK flag high love u beeba,” Raina tweeted.
Dhoni had a few more, reserved for his junior teammate, who seems to be the buzzword on the internet at the moment. “Leaving for practice at 3pm but the stadium is coming so tht sir jadeja can practice,” Dhoni wrote.
“Whenever sir jadeja makes an error its an invention and on a daily basis v get plenty of those, all patent pending.”