Dhoni turned 37 years old just a day before India's series decider against Englan, which Kohli's men won.
Bristol: Indian cricket team’s ‘finisher’ Mahendra Singh Dhoni had a birthday to remember on July 7. The Jharkhand cricketer is currently in England, but that did not stop the Men in Blue from celebrating his birthday.
MS Dhoni’s manager Arun Pandey first took to Twitter to share the photo, and it soon became a meme sensation.
Tumhey aaur kya Doon mai dil ke sivaay, tumko hamaari umar lag jaaye pic.twitter.com/q3fBPt6WRw— Arun Pandey (@ArunPandey99) July 7, 2018
Agar Tumhare Dost Ka Birthday Apne Ghar Pe Manane Pe Biwi Rooth Jaye Toh Vo Tumhe DostBin Samjhti Hain. pic.twitter.com/hqrJsEDlO0— PUNsukh Waangdu ™® (@Pankysm) July 7, 2018
Anushka : Mujhe cake kab milega? pic.twitter.com/JdzR4DQPm8— Ommi Gangawane🇮🇳 (@InsomniOmmi) July 7, 2018
When you are on dieting but he kept asking by singing 'baby ko cake pasand hai' pic.twitter.com/dfFv1xsBcv— Shivam Aks (@AksShivam) July 7, 2018
Perhaps Virat realised that Anushka was tryna speak out "Don't throw garbage on the road & don't waste food". pic.twitter.com/FLGJx0Io6x— Bhupesh Bansal (@itsbhupesh) July 7, 2018
Dhoni, who turned 37 on Saturday, became the third Indian cricketer to play 500 international matches after representing the team in the second T20I against England a few days back. Despite losing that match, a Rohit Sharma century in the third match guided the Men in Blue to a 2-1 series victory after beating the hosts by seven wickets.
Virat Kohli and co will now switch to the ODI format with the first England-India ODI to be held on Thursday.