ICC World T20: MS Dhoni chills out ahead of 'knock-out' against Australia
India will play Australia in their final Super 10 match at Mohali on Sunday, with the winner qualifying for the semis.
New Delhi: Ahead of India's virtual 2016 ICC World Twenty20 quarter-final against Australia, a relaxed Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday chilled out playing golf with along with Rohit Sharma and team director Ravi Shastri in Chandigarh.
India will play the Aussies in their final Super 10 match at Mohali on Sunday, and the winner of the match will join New Zealand as the semi-finalist from Group 2. Both the teams have four points from three matches, winning two and losing one each. Steven Smith's side are second, thanks to a better run rate.
Today, Australia beat Pakistan by 21 runs in the 26th match of the marquee tournament at Mohali, which is nearly 12 km away from the Chandigarh golf club, where the Indian captain was cooling off.
Earlier on Wednesday, MS Dhoni lead India to a one-run heist against Bangladesh at Bangalore in a must win game.
The Indian team, which arrived here yesterday, will be having a three-hour practice session at the IS Bindra PCA stadium tomorrow.