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'Kohli channeling aggression for team benefit' - Dhoni

India captain MS Dhoni talks to the media after his team beat Australia by six wickets in the sixth ODI in Nagpur

October 31, 2013

Posted by IndCricFan2013 on (November 1, 2013, 3:35 GMT)

How about stacking one player on top of other inside a circle to counter the less players outside the inner circle.....Satish , it is a cartoon material..

Posted by   on (October 31, 2013, 9:30 GMT)

@pushkar.patel05 man just have a look at odi bowling rankings and then talk about jadeja's place in the team ambati rayudu should be tried at no. 4 instead of raina

Posted by kluvsindia on (October 31, 2013, 6:33 GMT)

Fanstastic analysis by Dhoni about the playing stipulations.What a cricketing brain he has. What he has rightly pointed out is that although the wickets and the rules are not favoring the bowlers, there are ways as to how bowlers can still succeed in this format. He is not complaining but just putting up the proper facts forward. Great to see him stress on the importance of yorkers. Going by these rules, all the new variations of slow balls will not be as effective as a simple 6 balls, 6 yorkers shall be. Very good and practical analysis by Dhoni. The most practical and level headed person captaining a side which is always under pressure from over emotional and over critical fans.

Posted by pushkar.patel05 on (October 31, 2013, 5:57 GMT)

I don't understand why Pujara & Rahane not given a chance in ODIs . They should get at-least half chances Rohit got .Raina & jadeja don't deserve a place in Team.

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