While MS Dhoni's role in Indian team has raised more questions than ever, he has gone about his wicket-keeping job as efficiently as possible. Yesterday, as the match was evenly poised in the penultimate over, Dhoni dived far to his left to save a boundary which eased the pressure on the bowlers.
Dhoni’s T20 form - to be particular his batting of late - has come under a lot of flak and even VVS Laxman and Ajit Agarkar, Dhoni’s erstwhile teammates, asked him to retire from the shortest format of the game. During his 49-run innings in the Rajkot T20I, where India
However, the 35-year-old still has more than enough left in the tank to keep up with the physical demands of the limited-overs cricket due to his unbelievable glove work, that keeps him heads and shoulders over any of his compatriots even at the age of 36. Yesterday, when India
In the penultimate over, the visitors were in search of 24 runs from 9 balls, Jasprit Bumrah bowled a down-the-leg back of length delivery to Tom Bruce, but that went horribly wrong. A four and wide would have closed the door for the hosts there, and realizing