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Watch: Ziva Dhoni celebrates India’s victory over England with dance of joy

Ziva Dhoni is now a constant feature of almost all of her papa’s matches but yet, every single time she manages to leave in people in awe of her cuteness.

From Chennai Super Kings’ matches in the Indian Premier League 2018 to India’s tour of England and the just-concluded T20I series, Ziva has been by the side of MS Dhoni.

On Sunday, as MS Dhoni picked five catches in the third T20I against England at Bristol and helped India clinch the series 2-1, Ziva did her little victory dance at the sidelines.

In a video that is going viral on social media, Ziva can be seen dancing her heart away at the sidelines as Team India celebrate the series victory with their trophy on the field.

Throwing around her arms sideways and jumping in a circle, Ziva makes sure she does not stay behind in celebrating her papa’s victory.

Dhoni, on Sunday, became the first wicket-keeper to take 50 catches in T20 Internationals.

The former India captain dazzled on the Bristol ground, picking a total of five catches, including a fine low catch of Jason Roy to pave way for India’s eventual seven-wicket victory.

Later, another video on social media showed Dhoni carrying Ziva in his arms and walking in the stadium with Sakshi by his side.

Just two days ago, Ziva had wished Dhoni a 37th happy birthday in the cutest way possible.

The three-year-old sang Happy Birthday for Dhoni and then added a cheeky comment by saying, “you’re getting older”.

Along with the rest of Team India, Sakshi and Ziva celebrated Dhoni’s birthday as the Indian wicket-keeper cut two cakes and blew candles.

Almost a week before Dhoni’s birthday celebrations, Ziva was also seen cheering for Hardik Pandya.

Pandya shared a video of Ziva cheering him and said, “Oh I think that I found myself a cheerleader.”

It seems just like Ziva’s cheers worked for her papa in the IPL, it did for Pandya as well.

In the third T20I, Pandya’s all-round heroics helped India win the series against England.

Pandya returned with his career best figures of 4/38 from his four overs and later came to bat and smashed 33 off 14 balls to take India home.

Pandya steered India to victory with a powerful six at the end.

 

 

 

News credit : Indiatoday

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