Watch: This Special Video Of Yuvi & Dhoni For Fans Is Winning Hearts! Must Watch

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh are two of the biggest hitters in Indian cricket history. These two have been involved in some of the biggest triumphs in Indian cricket and have been match-winners for India.

And the two cricketing stars do share a very good friendship and have been best buddies since very long time. But cracks had appeared within their relationship of late, as media reports suggested. But on Tuesday, things seemed different.

Dhoni and Yuvraj recorded a post-match video where Yuvi paid tribute to ‘Captain Cool’, thanking him for amazing memories and achievements as Mahi also opened up on how players like Yuvraj made his work easier. This endearing video is a treat for all Indian cricket fans!

Yuvraj Singh posted a video with hands around MS Dhoni’s shoulder on Instagram and Twitter with a message, “Well done @msdhoni on your career as captain! 3 major wins 2 w cups, time to unleash the old dhoni”

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Both credited each other for their contributions in each other’s journey and seemed quite upbeat of what they will achieve in the time to come. Yuvraj shared about his great friendship with the former Indian captain and even asked questions related to his cricketing journey as captain, which Dhoni, as usual, answered with little fanfare. Yuvraj also credited Dhoni for the success of the Indian team.

The video starts with Yuvraj asking MS Dhoni about his journey as captain of the Indian cricket team, to which Dhoni replied by saying,

The journey has been good, fantastic. It’s good to have the players like you, the job becomes much easier. Enjoyed my 10 years and hopefully I enjoy what more I have.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh do share a very good rapport on and off the cricket field. Their friendship was very much evident on Tuesday as India A played against England in the first warm-up match at the Brabourne stadium in Mumbai.

Hopefully, the Dhoni-Yuvi combo will continue to enthrall Indian cricket fans at least until the 2019 World Cup.

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