Players and coaches talk to the media

MS Dhoni: Don't need to play for the spectators

India captain says that the team showed good intensity, but the batting collapse towards the end cost the game (00:00)

March 12, 2011

Posted by on (March 14, 2011, 13:07 GMT)

We would like to here the questions of journalists as well!

Posted by   on (March 14, 2011, 0:36 GMT)

Good luck India.. Happy that Dhoni come forward to explain all nuances of the game very patiently ..

Posted by   on (March 14, 2011, 0:17 GMT)

Good wrap-up from Dhoni..I am sure Indian team learn from England and SA games... Dhoni says, "when you want 20 more runs on the board, you may end up getting 40 less runs".....

Posted by   on (March 13, 2011, 20:19 GMT)

we learn from each game;but its useless if u dont apply what u hav learnt.

this happened twice in this WC this means something is horribly wrong.

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