Dhoni joins the Mohawk bandwagon!
Sporting a new look, MS Dhoni took to the field for Chennai Super Kings as they kicked off their Champions League T20 campaign. With his Mohawk in place, Dhoni joins a very elite and stylish list of sports persons across the globe who sport the 'over-the-top' hairstyle.
Sporting a new look, MS Dhoni took to the field for Chennai Super Kings as they kicked off their Champions League T20 campaign. With his Mohawk in place, Dhoni joins a very elite and stylish list of sports persons across the globe who sport the 'over-the-top' hairstyle. (BCCI image)
As prim and proper at the back as it is from the front, Dhoni contemplates between a helmet and a cap that would best suit his new-look hairdo. (BCCI image)
Playing in his hometown of Ranchi, one wonders whether Dhoni went to his childhood barber to create his 'crown'. The Indian skipper has been a trendsetter for years and the Mohawk is one more to add to his kitty. (BCCI image)
In 2001, Brett Lee showed us why he not just a brilliant pacer but a great hair-stylist as well. With a razor, he got rid of Andrew Symonds' locks and left him with an exciting new look.
Kevin Pietersen burst on to the cricket scene in 2005 with his mohawk'ed' blonde locks, immense talent and an aura of invincibility. KP would etch this look into folklore as he helped England beat the mighty Australians in the 2005 Ashes series.
Before Lasith Malinga sported the 'best hair' in Sri Lanka, there was Chamara Kapugedera. The right-handed batsman turned heads with his Mohawk at the 2011 World Cup.
Away from cricket, a number of footballers across the globe wear the Mohawk with pride. Leading the way is AC Milan's and Italy's maverick striker Mario Balotelli.
Balotelli's strike partner for club and country, Stephan El Shaawawy (centre), sports his hairdo with picturesque perfection. Not a strand will be out of place on and off the field.
It seems AC Milan strikers have a thing for Mohawks! M'Baye Niang makes it a troika of 'over-the-top' hair at the San Siro.
Following in the footsteps of former Manchester United midfielder and fellow Englishman David Beckham, Tom Cleverley wears his Mohawk as proudly as he wears his United badge.
For years, it has seemed as if Marek Hamsik's hairstyle hasn't been disturbed. The Napoli midfielder dazzles with the eye as much as does with his feet.
Former Liverpool and Chelsea midfielder Raul Meireles sports a delightful Mohawk and a beard that he just as majestic. Meireles and fellow Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo probably share styling tips.
The tennis world does not lack glamour by any stretch of the imagination. In his retirement year (2012), Andy Roddick went for a hairdo that ensured he wouldn't be forgotten in a hurry.