viral video by Dhoni Musharraf | MS Dhoni does not have a haircut: when Pakistani President Parvez Musharraf hailed MS Dhoni as the architect of India’s victory
Former Pakistani President Musharraf hailed Dhoni as the architect of India’s victory | Photo: BCCL / IANS
- Parvez Musharraf notoriously advised the MS Dhoni to keep his long streaks streaked with gold
- Former Pakistani president also hailed Dhoni as the architect of India’s victory
- Former Indian skipper Dhoni celebrates his 40th birthday today
Legendary Indian cricketer and former Indian team skipper MS Dhoni burst onto the scene with his sensational performances against rivals Pakistan in the early 2000s. Known for his unorthodox playing style and calculating mind, a young Dhoni had long, gold streaked locks that caught the attention of the whole world. Even former Pakistani President Parvez Musharraf was a big fan of Dhoni’s long hairstyle when India visited the Asian country in the 2005-2006 season.
Musharraf, who used to make appearances on India’s Pakistan tour, previously advised Dhoni not to cut her sleek look. At a post-match press conference after India’s impressive victory over Pakistan in Lahore, the former Pakistani president urged Dhoni to maintain his iconic long hair look at the time. In his brief speech on Team Dhoni-starrer, Musharraf hailed Ranchi’s mainstay as the architect of Team India’s victory.
‘If you want to take my advice, don’t get your hair cut‘
âI saw a sign that said ‘Dhoni has a haircut.’ If you want to take my opinion, you look good in this haircut. Don’t have a haircut, âMusharraf said after India defeated Pakistan in the third One Day International (ODI) of the bilateral series. The memorable interaction between Dhoni and Musharraf is still remembered by fans and devotees of the men’s game.
Dhoni, who is celebrating his 40th birthday today, had a knack for scoring points against the powerful Green Army bowling attack. In the 3rd ODI of the 2006 series between the two big rivals, Dhoni played a winning stroke that propelled India to a categorical victory over Pakistan at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
Asked to pursue a competitive goal of 288, Dhoni teamed up with Yuvraj Singh as the iconic batting duo that propelled India to convince a five-wicket win over the 1992 world champions. While Yuvraj scored 79 unbeaten on 87 balls, Dhoni produced the decisive blow, scoring 72 in just 46 deliveries. Dhoni was named man of the match for his quick kick.