India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Following the hard-earned four-wicket victory against West Indies on Friday, Mahendra Singh Dhoni became India's most successful captain in One-Day Internationals played away from home. This was Dhoni’s 59th win as captain in away ODIs, going past Sourav Ganguly, who held the previous Indian record with 58 wins in away One-Day matches. - Prem Panicker: A stutter no more, in a modest chase Rajneesh Gupta ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma celebrates a win. Photograph: BCCI Written off after four losses on the trot to start with in the Indian Premier League, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma has said their revival and the subsequent title triumph was triggered by the belief that every game was his team's final. After suffering five losses from their first six matches, Sharma and Co. showed tremendous resilience winning seven of their last eight matches to finish ...Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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