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ICC urges calm after England contradict Dhoni
Times of India

ICC tell Dhoni to behave

SOUTHAMPTON: The International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday accused India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni of "undermining" its disciplinary process by condemning a fine handed against team-mate Ravindra Jadeja. Dhoni said on Saturday that Jadeja ... Gulf Daily News, 10 hours ago
ICC urges calm after England contradict Dhoni Times of India, 13 hours ago
MS cautioned over Jimmy-Ravi row Bangladesh Daily Star, 19 hours ago

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England vs India: ICC Not Impressed with Cook and Dhoni's Comments on Anderson-Jadeja Controversy

The ICC is not pleased that Alastair Cook and Mahendra Singh Dhoni chose to comment on the Anderson-Jadeja controversy Reuters The International Cricket Council (ICC) has pulled up Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Alastair Cook in an official statement ...
 International Business Times India3 hours ago Captains urged to keep quiet  Sky Sports1 day ago ICC urges captains to keep quiet  MSN UK1 day ago
Deccan chronicle

Jadeja row: Is Dhoni right?

Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who was hyper-critical of the ICC imposing a penalty of 50 per cent of his match fee for a Level 1 breach (in the James Anderson row), may have felt he’s too big a figure in international cricket to be reprimanded for his ...
 Asian Age20 hours ago
The Telegraph

Important to pick right team: Dhoni

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said taking 1-0 lead in a five-match series didn't guarantee success and it was important to move ahead positively without concentrating too much on the result. "I feel that in a five-match series 1-0 lead is not big, and ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Focusing on small things, says Dhoni  The Telegraph1 day ago 1-0 lead is not big in a five-match series, says Dhoni  Rediff.com1 day ago
Times of India

Third Test: All set for the super Bowl

SOUTHAMPTON: England captain Alastair Cook and his Indian counterpart Mahendra Singh Dhoni would be pleased with the Ageas Bowl, the venue for third Test that begins here on Sunday. Like most modern-day cricketers, both Cook and Dhoni do not have ...
 Times of India1 day ago Alastair Cook feels mix of emotions on his comeback innings  PardaPhash4 hours ago Cook stands tall as Englishmen seize initiative  Deccan Herald14 hours ago OOPS! INDIA LET IT SLIP  AhmedabadMirror.com15 hours ago
One India

Picking right combination would be key: Dhoni

Southampton, July 26 (PTI) India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni says since 1-0 is a very slender lead in a long series, they have to be on their toes and pick right combination for the third Test, beginning here tomorrow. "I feel that in a five-match ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago Will decide Playing XI after judging nature of the pitch: Dhoni  One India1 day ago Ind vs Eng: Picking right combination would be key says Dhoni  IndiaTV News1 day ago
India Today

Livid Dhoni lashes out at ICC, calls fine on Jadeja 'hurtful'

| UPDATED11:36 IST MS Dhoni said his players cannot ignore abuses hurled on them A livid India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday lambasted the ICC decision to impose a fine on Ravindra Jadeja , saying many a thing were neglected in the ...
 India Today1 day ago
India TV

Lessons from 2011 helped us: Dhoni

India skipper Mahahendra Singh Dhoni said the lessons learnt from the 0-4 thrashing in the 2011 series helped his team in achieving a historic 95-run win against England in the second Test at the Lord's after 28 years here Monday. Dhoni said that in ...
 India TV6 days ago Lessons from 2011 helped us: Mahahendra Singh Dhoni  NewKerala.com6 days ago Lessons from 2011 helped: Dhoni  Oman Tribune6 days ago Lessons from 2011 helped us Dhoni  Big News Network6 days ago
International Business Times India

India vs England 2014: Flaws in MS Dhoni's Wicketkeeping, Reckons Syed Kirmani

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has borne some criticism for his wicketkeeping in the India-England series Reuters India captain MS Dhoni's wicketkeeping not being up to his usual standard in the ongoing India versus England test series has elicited some ...
 International Business Times India3 days ago Wicketkeeper Dhoni struggling with poor form, feels Syed Kirmani  Daily Bhaskar3 days ago Kirmani slams Dhoni for shoddy glovework  Asian Age3 days ago India vs England: Kirmani Slams Mahendra Singh Dhoni for Poor Wicket-Keeping  NDTV4 days ago

'It's a lack of confidence that Dhoni couldn't stand up to stumps'

Former Indian wicket-keeping great Farokh Engineer has questioned skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's ploy to stand back against spinner Ravindra Jadeja during the second Test at Lord's.  India won by 95 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-Test series against England.  "Standing back to Ravindra Jadeja didn't make sense at all," said Engineer.  "I just couldn't fathom why he was doing so. There were times when the other fielder behind the wickets, Virat ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Dhoni's ploy of standing back to Jadeja baffling: Engineer  Sify4 days ago Engineer questions strategy  The Telegraph4 days ago M S Dhoni tactics slammed in 'keeping to Ravindra Jadeja  Financial Express4 days ago
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