newscricket2 days ago

I will find out what selectors have in mind about MS Dhoni and give my opinion, says Sourav Ganguly

BCCI president-elect Sourav Ganguly has made it clear that he would like to know the national selection committee's plans with regards to MS Dhoni's future and then give his opinion on the matter. The committee will gather to select the team for the T20I series against Bangladesh on 21st.
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newscricket3 days ago

Tend to control my emotions better than a few others, says MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni, the most successful wicketkeeper-batsman for India, shared his formula of success and stated that he tends to control his emotions better than a few other individuals. This is also Dhoni's first commercial appearance since India's semi-final exit from the World Cup in July.
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newscricket5 days ago

Whatever MS Dhoni does will be the right thing, believes Shane Watson

With all the rumours and speculations surrounding former Indian skipper MS Dhoni's retirement since the conclusion of World Cup 2019, former Aussie all-rounder Shane Watson opines that Dhoni is still playing well and the call must be left to him. Watson has also praised Virat Kohli's leadership.
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newscricket5 days ago

Twitter reacts as 'Bengal Tiger' Sourav Ganguly is all set be the president of BCCI

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly emerged as the consensus candidate to be a new president of Board of Control for Cricket in India. The choice of BCCI president post was always between Ganguly and Brijesh Patil, but it was Dada who was finally selected. Twitterati lauded and reacted to the same.
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newscricket6 days ago

Twitter explodes as “superman” Wriddhiman Saha grabs one-handed stunner to send Thenuis de Bruyn packing

Eyebrows were raised when Wriddhiman Saha was picked ahead of Rishabh Pant for the series, but skipper Kohli said that it was the latter’s keeping skills that helped him get the nod. Today, Saha proved his skipper right, grabbing a stupendous one-handed catch diving to his left to dismiss de Bruyn.
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newscricket10 days ago

Steve Smith the best batsmen, MS Dhoni the best captain I’ve seen, says Michael Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has revealed that Australia’s Steve Smith is the best player he has ever seen, while MS Dhoni is the best captain of the modern era. Vaughan also praised both Ben Stokes and Smith who have redeemed themselves and their careers after making big mistakes. 
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newscricket10 days ago

Whether MS Dhoni wants to come back or not is for him to decide, says Ravi Shastri

India head coach Ravi Shastri has said that although the management is open to MS Dhoni's return, ultimately the decision rested with Dhoni himself. Shastri also lauded the comebacks of the ‘world-class’ Ravichandran Ashwin and the ‘world’s best’ Wriddhiman Saha for the series against South Africa.
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featurecricket16 days ago

Why all the ruckus about Rishabh Pant on Wriddhiman Saha's day?

Today, in the first home Test against South Africa when Rishabh Pant was dropped, it caused a whirlwind of arguments. With some indicating it’s problematic to be so harsh on a youngster and the others pressing that he needs time. All the ruckus about Pant, but what about Wriddhiman Saha?
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newscricket21 days ago

Dhoni’s experience in taking decisions makes him ideal for deciding when to retire, feels Shikhar Dhawan

Shikhar Dhawan has commented that MS Dhoni should be allowed to decide on his own retirement as he has had the experience that is necessary to make such calls. Dhawan, who began his career under the leadership of Dhoni, believes in his former skipper to make the right call.
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newscricket22 days ago

I can be the No.4 for India, claims Suresh Raina

Suresh Raina has claimed that he can be the solution that India are searching for at No.4 in the batting order. Raina also gave his opinion on his Chennai Super Kings teammate and skipper MS Dhoni’s retirement chatter by saying that only he can decide when he leaves the game of cricket for good.
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