Dhoni looses his cool on critics, says 'everybody has views in life'

Dhoni looses his cool on critics, says 'everybody has views in life'

Dhoni looses his cool on critics, says 'everybody has views in life'

Former India pacer Ajit Agarkar backed Laxman and suggested Dhoni should think about his T20I career as India won't miss him in the format. He requires more time to get his eye in and then do the job.

On the other hand, it would take some massive courage from the selectors to drop Dhoni even if they may have the likes of Rishabh Pant, Sanju Samson and others.

Earlier Indian captain Virat Kohli had spoken against Dhoni's critics and called the scrutiny based on his age unfair. "That's not good enough when India were chasing a mammoth total", said Laxman during a post-match show after the Rajkot T20. It will be an opportunity for a youngster to blossom and get confidence playing global cricket. "He is definitely an integral part of ODI cricket". One of them thought that he has no place in the team as a batsman, now that he is not the captain and another felt by pulling out of the shortest format he could prolong his One-Day career. When you were the captain of the side, it was different.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has been facing a lot of criticism recently, has got support from another former skipper of India Cricket team, Kapil Dev.

However, World Cup-winning captain seems to be taking the criticism on the chin. "And I've always believed in the fact that process is more important than the result, so, I've not thought about the result, I've always thought about what is the right thing to do at that time, when it is 10 runs needed, 14 runs needed or five runs needed". "We play cricket for only a span of time". You have seen cricketers who are not god-gifted, but even then, they have gone far. So I think he is doing absolutely fine. He is working hard on his game. "He understands his game, he understands his role, but it doesn't come off every time". "I don't understand why people are pointing him out". As a budding cricketer, who would not like to be under his umbrella? He's a very smart guy.

Speaking about his association with the academy, Dhoni said: "I am delighted to be a part of this venture and will contribute to make it a success".

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"Looks like there are a lot of jealous people around, who just want Dhoni to have a couple of bad days", Shastri said to Anandabazar Patrika. He dubbed people who want him out as jealous, waiting for him to fail and end his worldwide career. At Old Trafford and The Oval, with the batting crumbling around him, Dhoni played a couple of his bravest innings in Tests, dealing with the seam movement and bounce by stepping down the pitch and taking blows on his body.

More than Dhoni, the team management must decide where he should bat. He is an ultimate team-man. "He was a great leader and now an ultimate team man".

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