When you have MS Dhoni standing as the wicket-keeper behind the stumps, a lot of things are beyond your control.
The guy is so fast that the room for error is almost zero.
So the question, more often than not, is how long can you go without making an error?
Usually, it’s not that long.
This is something West Indies batsman Keemo Paul knows all too well, given what happened yesterday.
MS Dhoni took exactly 0.08 seconds to stump him out in the ODI between the two nations and broke his previous world record in the process.
Quickest stumping & That precious smile😍…If there is anything faster than the speed of light in this world, it should be DHONI’s stumping🔥#Dhoni #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/D87rTTjcWu— Prakash MSD’ian (@shadowOfMahi) October 29, 2018