MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni and co. will look to bounce back in the 2nd T20 against the Proteas on Monday.Reuters

We can hardly recollect when was the last time that we saw MS Dhoni angry. Well, here is an instance when the DJ at the Barabati Stadium faced the wrath of MS Dhoni on Monday. 

Indian players were practising in the nets on Monday ahead of the 2nd T20 international of game of three-match series at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack. In the meantime, the DJ was testing his speakers and he played loud music that hampered the concentration of captain cool Dhoni. As a result, he left the practice session midway.

Why would you do that Mr. DJ? If you are reading this piece, then you should understand that it is not your music that will keep the audience on their toes but it will be these Indian players who will be the true entertainers when they will be taking on the big lads of South Africa on Monday evening.

"The DJ was testing his speakers. Maybe he failed to understand the communication but he had eventually stopped. The team is not filing any complaint to the Orissa Cricket Association (OCA)," a source from the Barabati Stadium told the reporters. 

India lost the 1st T20 game at the HPCA Stadium in Dharamshala last Friday. And they are gearing up for the second T20 international against the mighty Proteas. Dhoni & co. will be desperate to come all guns blazing at the visitors and square the series in Cuttack. One can expect yet another high-voltage game between these two upbeat sides on Monday. It is likely to be a sell out crowd and they will get together right behind the Indian team to act as the 12th man.

" More than 5,000 fans turned up to watch the two teams practise on Sunday. It's a sell-out crowd expected to witness the contest. Cricket has always been a big craze in this part of the world, formats notwithstanding. So this is expected. Hope we will have a good game tomorrow," Odisha Cricket Association president Ranjib Biswal was quoted as saying by The Indian Express.  

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