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MS Dhoni: Conditions didn't suit our bowlers

India captain, MS Dhoni, says that he has mixed feelings about the result, and both the teams will be happy to take one point from the game (00:00)

February 27, 2011

Posted by Brad717 on (February 28, 2011, 6:41 GMT)

Dhoni sounds very Arrogant!. That too after such an untidy performance. He should stop being a Philosopher and focus on how to rectify things. If he starts talking, now a days he is giving the entire match summary. He should stop doing that. I can imagine how Sreesanth would feel having to deal with such a captain. People are different, not everyone is like You Dhoni. Learn to accept Sreesanth for what he is.

Posted by kanuparthi on (February 28, 2011, 2:02 GMT)

i think it is ridiculous to say that the conditions didn't suit Indian bowlers in India. They ust didn't bowl well.

Posted by   on (February 28, 2011, 0:11 GMT)

well said dhoni opposition is here to play cricket too,they hav good players and very good much better fielding side thene india.so nothing to worry india.best of luck men in blue.

Posted by   on (February 27, 2011, 23:29 GMT)

MS Dhoni has his head in the clouds.

Making excuses and being happy with a draw wont win you the world cup.

Ponting would never accept a draw and be happy with it!!

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