Former Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is known for his cool state of mind. Prominently known as "captain cool", Dhoni drove India to 2007 T20I World Cup triumph, and after that likewise drove the side to 2011 World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy. Not at all like the present captain Virat Kohli, who is known for his forceful conduct, Dhoni picked up a notoriety for keeping his quiet even in the tensest circumstances and not letting indications of stress appear all over. On the contrary, a very surprising rendition of him was seen amid India's second T20I against South Africa at Centurion on Wednesday when he was building a partnership between Manish Pandey amid India's innings. In the last couple of overs, Dhoni, who is known for his quick running between the wickets snapped at his accomplice, for his absence of concentration in the center. Dhoni shouted indignantly at Pandey to take a gander at him while he was batting and not concentrate in the center. It appears to be, even the wicketkeeper-batsman has his strained minutes amid the match, all things considered. Dhoni shouted; “Oyee.. Bhootni ke, Idhar dekh le, bole they na idhar dekhne, udhar kya dekh raha hai.. Main Idhar khada hu na Batting Kar Raha.”(Hey, where are you looking? Look here, why are you looking there… I am standing at batting end).” Dhoni and Pandey went ahead to fasten a partnership of 98* runs in 56 balls with Dhoni pummeling 52* out of 28 balls and Pandey scoring 79* of every 48 balls. India went ahead to achieve 188/4 in 20 overs however neglected to seal a win as South Africa pursued down the objective in the nineteenth over with captain JP Duminy and wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen scoring fifties each.