WATCH: MS Dhoni’s ‘illegal run’ spotted by Adam Gilchrist during Adelaide chase

WATCH: MS Dhoni’s ‘illegal run’ spotted by Adam Gilchrist during Adelaide chase

MS Dhoni led India to a thrilling victory in the final over of the 2nd ODI against Australia at Adelaide. But a video showed that he might have not completed a single during the chase.

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MS Dhoni appeared to not finish a run during the chase in Adelaide. (Source: AP)

Former skipper MS Dhoni led India to a thrilling final over victory in the 2nd ODI against Australia in Adelaide on Tuesday. The 37-year-old scored 55 runs in 54 balls to take his side to a 6-wicket victory. His innings included a six in the final over when the men in blue needed 7 runs to win. However, a video surfaced on social media after the match, suggesting that the wicketkeeper-batsman had not completed a single.

The incident took place during the 45th over, during Nathan Lyon’s final spell. While walking to take a single off the final ball, Dhoni appeared not to ground his bat at the other end, something that went unnoticed by the umpires, and the run was added to India’s account.

The incident, according to FOX Sport report, was spotted by former Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist, who was commentating for Fox Sports.

“In Lyon’s last ball of his spell, MS Dhoni chipped him to the onside and straight away said there is no need for any pushing there because I have already hit him for six earlier in the over. Then the over was called and nothing touched the ground there,” Gilchrist said on-air.

“So this will be interesting with India requiring 25 off 18 and it was in the 45th over, so I wonder if we will hear anything more about that should this go down to the wire,” he said.

With Dhoni scoring 7 runs off 2 balls in the final over, the men in blue chased down the target of 299 set by Australia to level the 3-match ODI series 1-1. The two teams will square off for the final and third ODI on Friday at MCG.

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