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What do you think MS Dhoni is annoyed about?
He looked mightily bothered during the Rajkot ODI. What could it be?
. Dhoni yells when:
People refuse to stick to the script
He can't get his team order right
He hears people sing "He's a jolly good fellow"
When India lose yet another game, he thinks:
"Am I not making my changes at the right time?"
"I am shaken but not the other thing"
"If I don't make a speech, it doesn't count as an exit, does it?"
When the media calls for him to be axed, he thinks:
"This must be an inside job"
"I need a trump"
"Broken, battered, accused of being over the hill and out of ideas… they don't know this is the perfect recipe for a triumph"
When he witnesses yet another Indian batting collapse he thinks:
"If only I was permitted to kill"
"I know why they are in such a hurry to get out of the park and I won't stand for it"
"It hurts less when it's in the virtual world"
When he was controversially given the Man-of-the-Match award against Pakistan, he thought:
"What I really want is points, not awards"
"Is this a sop to make me feel better?"
"My reward is fighting for my country"
What did he say to his players after the defeat in Rajkot?
"If I go down, I'll take you all with me"
"I feel like my own people took a shot at me"
"I can't figure out how you guys are worth all this money"
How does he calm himself down?
By listening to Grammy-winning musicians
By writing "This isn't over" across the dressing-room walls
By creating a new team
How does he expect his team-mates to react to his anger?
By trying to assassinate him
By obliging him with some good selection picks
By looking up suitable pension plans for "former" captains
What do you think Dhoni achieves through his anger?
Help in finding the quickest exit out of here
Nothing, other than a bloated, non-performing XI
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