FORMER INDIAN CAPTAIN Sourav Ganguly, who has been advocating Mahendra Singh Dhoni's promotion up the batting order, on Wednesday hailed the latterâ€™s decision to spend more time at the wicket.
AFTER LEADING HIS SIDE from the front to victory against South Africa in the second One-Day International (ODI), India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday slammed his critics saying that people wait with open swords wanting him to make mistakes.
OF ALL THE PEOPLE who questioned MS Dhoniâ€™s place in the Indian ODI team, former India bowler Ajit Agarkar was at the centre of receiving the most flak.
IT IS AMUSING TO FIND former cricketers sitting in judgment on Mahendra Singh Dhoniâ€™s future in international cricket. Joining the discussion is a divided media which in any case thrives on controversies.
EVERY FORMERÂ Indian great at some point in their career has come under heavy criticism from the media and arm-chair pundits. Today, the India ODI & T20 captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni finds himself in a similar situation and is being hounded by views from former cricketers and fans on how he can bring more value to the current one-day team.
MS DHONI'SÂ recent batting fiasco has suddenly raised a lot of questions over the cricketer's form and his position in the batting order. It may be slightly exaggerated, but the swords are out and they're calling for the captain's head.
FORMER ENGLAND CRICKET CAPTAIN Andrew Flintoff has revealed that he felt a lack of drive in his bid to excel in the Indian Premier League (IPL) due the absence of "emotional attachment".
NAIL-BITING CHASES, fairytale finishes -- MS Dhoni has been there, done that. Hailed as Indiaâ€™s best â€œfinisherâ€ in limited overs, the Indian ODI captain failed to do the job when it mattered on Sunday, botching up what looked like a well-deserved win. And thus began the â€˜blame gameâ€™.
THE PREVIOUSLY ADJOURNED meeting of the BCCI's all-powerful working committee has been reconvened on 18 October in Mumbai and is set to be a crucial one with many issues confronting the board.
THE BCCI SAID ON FRIDAYÂ it will address the concerns raised by Pepsi, the title sponsor of its flagship tournament, the Indian Premier League (IPL).
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