MS Dhoni's immaculate game awareness has always been the guiding light for the Indian bowlers and the wrist-spin pair of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav got the benefit of it in the first ODI. Dhoni's advises to the young spinners help them tying up the Australian batsmen from opening their arms.
India’s one of the successful limited-overs skippers MS Dhoni stepped down as the limited overs captain earlier this year, but he didn’t miss the chance to share his experience with his team members. The Australian team is
In this match, Indian batting order collapsed, but Dhoni took the responsibility on his shoulder to take the team to a respectable score of 281/7. Rain delayed the match and also resulted in a revised score for the visitors as they got the target of 164 in 21 overs. Indian bowlers ensured India’s victory as they restricted the opposition at 137/9. During the match, there were many examples which showed that Dhoni’s guidance made the bowlers’ work easy.
After the dismissal of Travis Head, Maxwell came out to bat and Dhoni suddenly began imploring Yadav to bowl outside the off-stump. In the stump mic, he was clearly heard saying, “Stump pe mat dal,”. But the chinaman bowler failed to maintain the accuracy and the extra nip off the surface was
Watching that, Dhoni shouted, “Arre
Kohli has enough belief in Dhoni's understanding of situations and persisted with another spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Chahal, who generally breaks the ball away from the right-hander, too, started in much the same way as Yadav, which irked Dhoni, “Tu