AUS vs IND 2016: Indian team don't do any experiment, says MS Dhoni

Sudipta / 29 January 2016

India created history by winning the T20 series in Australia as they notched up a 27 run victory at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
India batting first scored 184 runs losing just three wickets. India got a good start from opener Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan (42) as they scored 97 for the first wicket. Later Virat Kohli (59) and Rohit Sharma (60) 46 runs helped India to score 184 runs in 20 overs.
Talking at the press conference, Dhoni said that Indian team don’t do any experiment. “ Experiment word was never there in the Indian team.”
And then he was asked about batting position of Yuvraj Singh. In the first T20I and as well as in the second T20 at MCG Yuvraj did not get to bat. Dhoni said, “ Virat Kohli is batting well. If partnership goes well till 15 to 16th over then It is my time to come in.”
When he was asked about bowlers’ performance, Dhoni said, “As a captain you feel good when bowlers are executing well, irrespective of whether its a spinner of a pacer.”
He also said that this series was very important for India. “It was important for us to consider this tour as an 8-game series (5 ODIs and 3 T20Is),” Mahi remarked. 
Talking about bowlers, Indian skipper said: “We were a bit tentative about our bowling because we had youngsters a few players playing a comeback series.”
Meanwhile, Dhoni was asked about Ravindra Jadeja’s stunning catch while bowling to Shane Watson. “It was a very good catch, important to have such reflexes,” Dhoni concluded.

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