A beautiful Pakistani lady is pouring praise on MS Dhoni

India lost the 2015 World Cup semi-final to Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground by 95 runs. The defeat left many jingoistic Indian fans to abuse captain MS Dhoni and Indian players. One news channel tried to promote their programme on twitter by hashtagging #shameinSydney. However, in New Delhi a few sensible fans in reply to that TV channel hashtag #shameontimesnow.

This was the reactions of India and its people over their team’s defeat to Australia. But, before India’s world cup campaign started against arch rival Pakistan, nothing was perfect for the Indian team. India lost the Tri series involving England and host Australia. They also lost the four-match Test series 2-0 against Australia. Bowling was as usual a shaky department for India. Batting department was also clicking. Captain MS Dhoni facing the wrath of critic bade adieu Test cricket.

But, when the multi-nation tournament kicked off, India bruised aside Pakistan, South Africa, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland and Afghanistan. India bowling line up comprised of Mohit Sharma, Mohammad Shami, Umesh Yadav and R. Ashwin proved one of the best in the World Cup. Shikhar Dhawan finished among the top scorer. Greetings back from the country were pouring the Indian team, even India media was saying captain MS Dhoni did not even was his newly born daughter as the leading India’s mission Down Under. 

India’s remarkable performance and MS Dhoni’s captaincy won the heart of Pakistan as well. In the post-match discussion, on a Pakistani TV channel a beautiful lady, cricket expert praised Dhoni’s captaincy style and snapped Indian media, who were releasing their  anger over India 95 runs loss.

She said, “I have a lot of respect for someone like MS Dhoni. He is a proven leader. The best chaser in the world. He is the very smart captain.” She also raised questions over India media irony to Men in Blue’s defeat, “how could Indian media showing anger when he has won everything for India”.

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