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'It's lethargy that cost India the series but Dhoni looks ruffled'
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'It's lethargy that cost India the series but Dhoni looks ruff...

Mahendra Singh Dhoni of India. Photograph: Getty Images Former India captain Bishan Singh Bedi has said Mahendra Singh Dhoni is "not 'Captain Cool' anymore" and suggested yoga sessions for the beleaguered cricketer to overcome the tough phase.  An agitated Dhoni said he was ready to relinquish ODI captaincy if that helps the team win matches after the Men in Blue lost their first series against Bangladesh. Bedi feels Dhoni is certainly ruffled by the recent ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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'MS gives you ample chances to succeed, then it's upto you'

MS Dhoni reacts in the nets during an India Training Session. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images If West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Smith is to be believed, the best aspect of Mahendra Singh Dhoni's leadership is his ability to give a player chance to succeed. "With MS, you can never complaint that you did not get your share of chances. He gives you ample opportunities tosucceed and then it's upto you take those chances," the 32-year-old told PTI in an interaction. "He ...
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'Irrespective of who the opposition is, Virat always wants to win'

Indian Test team captain Virat Kohli during a training session. Photograph: Getty Images Having made his Test debut under Mohammed Azharuddin, and subsequently played under the leadership of Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh is of the opinion that young Virat Kohli brings in a lot of intent in his leadership skills.  "Virat is a match-winner. He is very competitive. Irrespective of who the opposition is, he wants to win, ...
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'We treated every game as a final, as if it was our last game'

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 ...
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