India Riding on MS Dhoni’s Wave of Confidence in World Cup 2015, Says Ian Chappell
Former Australian player an Chappell has lauded the Indian captain MS Dhoni’s positive attitude and optimism as the team’s performance continues to improve and impress the viewers as well as the cricket pundits in the showpiece event down under.
Chappell said that the Indian team was currently riding on a wave of confidence and it also reflected in the skipper’s demeanor.
India were getting flustered in a tricky-run chase when Dhoni came up with a gritty and resolute innings of 45 to steer the side home and ensure a place for the team in the Quarter finals.
He has also congratulated the Indian bowling attack that has gained serious momentum after a string of frivolous and indifferent performances Down Under during the test and the ODI series.
He also expressed amazement that the lacklustre captaincy of Dhoni, observed during the Test series down under,has been replaced by rejuvenated thoughts.He believed that the Indians had risen to the occasion and the glare of the spotlight, exuding completely different identity.He also contemplated that taking the burden to test captaincy off MS Dhoni has helped him replenish himself and channel his ideas.
Adding that the pride of defending champion was showing on MS Dhoni,Chappell also hailed the bowling department, for its immaculate line and length at menacing pace and accuracy and mentioned that it had completely resurrected itself from the Australian carnage.
Team India has come up with excellent on field performances, maintaining its winning streak this world cup.What would now be intriguing is the duration of perpetuation of this momentum
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